TXHT Jersey Share – A Capital Kickoff

Ladies and Gentlemen, boys and girls welcome to the debut of the TXHT Jersey Share series! The TXHT Jersey Share series is something that we will be doing this offseason for our entertainment, and is an opportunity for us to share our jersey collections with all of you along with some fun stories about our jerseys.


Starting off the series will be one of Michael’s 50+ jerseys as he talks about his Washington Capitals Military Camouflage Jersey.


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Size: Large – Replica


Michael – So yea this cool that we are doing this, and I’d like to apologize in advance for taking over this entire series as I think I have the most jerseys out everyone, though Dickson and maybe even Nathaniel could rival me on that claim, so at least we’re going to have a lot of great stories to tell and jerseys to share.


So to kick off the TXHT Jersey Share series I elected to start off with my Capitals Military Camouflage jersey, and it’s also fitting to start with this jersey as today is Fourth of July. Funny thing though. I actually bought this jersey not because it’s Military Camouflage, nor as a way to “support our troops”, but actually because I really like how it looks.


Now before some people jump on me for what I just said, I want to state that this is not a political post, and politics will not be discussed. It’s a jersey article. Let’s keep it that way please. 🙂


So I honestly don’t remember what seasons this specific jersey was used by the NHL, but of all of the Military Appreciation jerseys they have done this one has always been my favorite. The reason for that is because of just how it looks aesthetically. The Digital Camouflage I’ve always liked, and how it was incorporated along with the team logos being a color that didn’t take away from the jersey itself, it just really meshes well. So with that said I wanted to get it for my collection. It’s also one of the very few Capitals jerseys I will wear when I do stick n shoot sessions or when I play in pickup games.


Got a hockey jersey in your collection you’d like to share? Let us know, and we can add it to our TXHT Jersey Share series.

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