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Extra-large size with interior dimensions of 34 x 27 inches that work especially well for big jerseys, such as you'd find with hockey or football. Easy to hang on the wall with the metal brackets built into the frame. No assembly required. Case is lockable.
More expensive than smaller frames. Won't stand up to rough treatment.
Three display options depending on your jersey. The shatterproof board offers more UV protection than glass. Anti-theft lock keeps your jersey safe from sticky fingers. Fits most jerseys from your child's to your favorite lineman's.
Some complaints of bad packaging leading to breaks en route to buyers' house.
Should fit smaller jerseys nicely with interior dimensions of 30.5 by 22.5 inches. Frame consists of solid wood with a clear acrylic door. Contains built-in lock and brackets on the back for hanging.
A tight fit for larger style jerseys, like football and hockey.
Available in three sizes to fit jerseys up to XXL. Great for sleeved jerseys, especially, though basketball works with some creativity. Award-winning design that's unique to this brand. Easy to put the jersey in and set up.
Check the different dimensions against your jerseys to make sure that it fits.
Fits smaller sizes of jerseys better than large ones with interior dimensions of 31.5 x 23.5 inches. Clear acrylic door has a 98% UV protection level. Felt background in the interior allows for pinning of materials if desired.
Doesn't include detailed instructions. Not the sturdiest locking mechanism.
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Jersey frames are a smart choice for preserving any athletic jersey. Whether you have a signed jersey from your favorite player or a kid’s jersey to display, these frames work well. Jersey frames will be available in different sizes. If you have a football or hockey jersey to display, you’ll need a larger size. A child’s jersey or a basketball jersey will fit inside a smaller frame. Jersey frames should have clear acrylic or glass doors, so you can see the jersey when the frame is hung. The door will keep the jersey protected from dust or spills. The cases on some jersey frames can be locked with a key for security, but these frames cost more. If you plan to hang the frame, make sure the brackets are sturdy to hold the weight of the frame and jersey together.