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Re: Puma End Ireland deal

Postby Darce » March 10th, 2014, 2:47 pm

Could be player issue. Keep an eye out after the 6N or summer tour. Places like Lovell and Rugbystore usually flog excess player issue gear
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Re: Puma End Ireland deal

Postby Morf » March 11th, 2014, 2:08 am

Darce wrote:Could be player issue. Keep an eye out after the 6N or summer tour. Places like Lovell and Rugbystore usually flog excess player issue gear


Just lovell. Rugbystore do get a better selection of stuff but more like the selection at worldrugbyshop rather than player issue.

Oh and rugbystore's site is awful and hardly anything decent goes on sale. Mind you lovell's shipping has gone from £8 to £12 since the last time I used them.
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Re: Puma End Ireland deal

Postby TerenureJim » March 11th, 2014, 9:28 am

I'd avoid the puma kit to be honest most of it seems to be very poor quality if you're thinking of it for the gym or anything. Not a patch on other brands IMO.
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Re: Puma End Ireland deal

Postby mtleinster » March 11th, 2014, 2:18 pm

It will all be 70% off over the next 3 months, so £10 tshirts, £20 hoodies sounds about right.

Im waiting for another price drop on this little beauty

http://www.lovell-rugby.co.uk/Rugby-Bag ... ue-Ice-Bag
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Re: Puma End Ireland deal

Postby domhnallj » March 11th, 2014, 3:09 pm

mtleinster wrote:It will all be 70% off over the next 3 months, so £10 tshirts, £20 hoodies sounds about right.

Im waiting for another price drop on this little beauty

http://www.lovell-rugby.co.uk/Rugby-Bag ... ue-Ice-Bag


Its down from 60 to 20 (one third of the list price)! You are one tough bargain hunter.
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Re: Puma End Ireland deal

Postby fourthirtythree » March 11th, 2014, 3:34 pm

Just got a shoulder bag there for my Da. Nice price on that too.
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Re: Puma End Ireland deal

Postby mtleinster » March 11th, 2014, 5:05 pm

domhnallj wrote:
mtleinster wrote:It will all be 70% off over the next 3 months, so £10 tshirts, £20 hoodies sounds about right.

Im waiting for another price drop on this little beauty

http://www.lovell-rugby.co.uk/Rugby-Bag ... ue-Ice-Bag


Its down from 60 to 20 (one third of the list price)! You are one tough bargain hunter.


But is it really worth more than €20 including delivery.

While we're on the subject I have a lovely one bedroom apartment reduced from €420,000 to €200,000 if you are in the market for a bargain.






I think value is what im willing to pay, not what i was told the origional price is
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Re: Puma End Ireland deal

Postby domhnallj » March 11th, 2014, 5:15 pm

mtleinster wrote:
But is it really worth more than €20 including delivery.

While we're on the subject I have a lovely one bedroom apartment reduced from €420,000 to €200,000 if you are in the market for a bargain.






I think value is what im willing to pay, not what i was told the origional price is


I don't know whether it is worth 10p or £100 - I don't need one. Thanks but no thanks - have enough to do servicing one mortgage.

Quite and this works if you are the only person that wants one. But everyone else in the market for one of these things might think that £20 is a bargain and buy one leaving you bagless (or short of £60 if you need one and have to spring for full whack).
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Re: Puma End Ireland deal

Postby Dave Cahill » August 10th, 2014, 10:56 am

Darce wrote:
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mtleinster wrote:Any word on what is going to happen the O2 logo on the front?

Hutchison Whampoa ('3') have bought the Irish Arm of O2

will we now have the same jersey as the Used car sellers?

Asked them that question on twitter when the takeover was announced. Conspicuous silence was the only response. Of course a cynic would say that the reason for that is so they can sell as many 'new' o2 branded puma jerseys before it emerges that the team will never wear it


Branding of o2 wont change for a couple of years at the earliest I'd say.


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Re: Puma End Ireland deal

Postby TerenureJim » August 11th, 2014, 1:48 pm

When is the new jersey/kit due to be launched does anyone know?
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Re: Puma End Ireland deal

Postby Darce » August 12th, 2014, 2:05 pm

I presume what the ladies are wearing now will be the new Jersey. It's quite clearly a Canterbury Jersey and Shorts, without the logo.

Unless its just something they conjured up for the ladies to get them through the tourney
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Re: Puma End Ireland deal

Postby sheepshagger » August 13th, 2014, 7:36 am

Training kit being released this week, playing gear to follow.

There was a photo shoot in central Dublin yesterday with Rob Kearney (among others)
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Re: Puma End Ireland deal

Postby TerenureJim » August 13th, 2014, 12:30 pm

sheepshagger wrote:Training kit being released this week, playing gear to follow.

There was a photo shoot in central Dublin yesterday with Rob Kearney (among others)


They're missing a trick if they don't get the ladies involved in a big way this time.
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Re: Puma End Ireland deal

Postby waterboy » August 13th, 2014, 2:35 pm

Didn't they have them involved the last time? Seem to remember pictures with the both men and womens players around Carton House, fairly sure it was the time the last jersey launched
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Re: Puma End Ireland deal

Postby Darce » August 13th, 2014, 3:53 pm

waterboy wrote:Didn't they have them involved the last time? Seem to remember pictures with the both men and womens players around Carton House, fairly sure it was the time the last jersey launched


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Re: Puma End Ireland deal

Postby rooster » August 15th, 2014, 11:46 am

TerenureJim wrote:
sheepshagger wrote:Training kit being released this week, playing gear to follow.

There was a photo shoot in central Dublin yesterday with Rob Kearney (among others)


They're missing a trick if they don't get the ladies involved in a big way this time.

They will have to wait to next week then as they are still in Paris for the 3rd place playoff against France.
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Re: Puma End Ireland deal

Postby sheepshagger » August 15th, 2014, 4:35 pm

TerenureJim wrote:
sheepshagger wrote:Training kit being released this week, playing gear to follow.

There was a photo shoot in central Dublin yesterday with Rob Kearney (among others)


They're missing a trick if they don't get the ladies involved in a big way this time.


Can't see that happening TBH.
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Re: Puma End Ireland deal

Postby sheepshagger » August 27th, 2014, 12:09 pm

New training kit is out now...

http://www.rugbystore.co.uk/search/irel ... &utm_term=

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Re: Puma End Ireland deal

Postby Amz » August 27th, 2014, 1:19 pm

Ugh, the 3 logo makes it all look like the soccer kit :(
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Re: Puma End Ireland deal

Postby AwayTheWell » August 27th, 2014, 1:25 pm

Amz wrote:Ugh, the 3 logo makes it all look like the soccer kit :(


At least I won't get confused about people in the white change jersey, thinking that they are wearing an England top.
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