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Rad Sheep - Want to know more???

Postby admin Thu Jan 24, 2008 4:21 pm

So who exactly is Rad Sheep???
What do they sell??
Where are they based??

Have you bought from Rad Sheep before? If so write your review of them in here.

Rad Sheep is expanding their range of products for the Lacrosse market and currently supplies many teams around the UK with game uniforms and training clothing.

With competitive pricing and a foot firmly placed on the Lacrosse ladder they want to hear from you if you’re considering purchasing new kit for your team.

Rad Sheep can be contacted through their web site and we value your support towards our sponsor.

Please before you try other clothing suppliers for your team kit - call Rad Sheep for a quote and delivery time and mention Lax Forums. You never know what discounts or offers they have when you call!!!

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Postby Jetpac Thu Jan 24, 2008 4:43 pm

Pompey have just bought their shiney new kit from Rad sheep.

Great service, and a really fast turn around, i think it took 3 days to make up 46 sets of shirts and shorts with names and numbers on them all.

jobs get booked in on wednesdays, so if you order on a thursday your order will be booked in the wednesday after i think.

the uniforms look great and you can have almost anything you want done.

Picture: Us after our first game in the new kit @ Bristol Sharks

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added bonus of me looking like a gimp on the end!
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Postby Tom_Southampton Thu Jan 24, 2008 5:48 pm

We got training bibs from Rad Sheep and no complaints except for them telling us that
"we'll do a one size fits all size so don't worry about sizes" lets just say that to me they could have been a bit bigger
otherwise reasonable turnaround time (they were very busy) delivery when quoted and free banner for having their website on.

Soton city are considering radsheep for thier shirts
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Postby Livlax Thu Jan 24, 2008 6:04 pm

Liverpool Have just got their new custom made jerseys from RADSHEEP and they are fantastic quality,

be careful when ordering sizes as XL is normally too big, our captain didn't check the size chart, the large is big enough for most men while wearing kit.
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Postby petegriffin Thu Jan 24, 2008 9:04 pm

I ordered Radsheep kit for the Pirates team that went to the Prague Cup last summer.

They turned them around in 4 weeks and designed the logo in return for having their their website on the kit.

There was a problem with some of the shirts when they arrived but they corrected the problem and had them couriered to me by 7am the next day, great work.

All over they were very good to deal with and made really nice looking kits.
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Postby young_trig Fri Jan 25, 2008 9:54 am

Do you mind Pm ing me what you paid?
Do you get charged to set up the design, or just to print the shirts?

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Postby Ash Fri Feb 15, 2008 9:01 pm

have to say i have had two shirts from radsheep. My prague tour top which was pretty nice (which if anyone seen it about i wouldn't mind it back! Possibly lost at hillcroft though i am a bit of a liability so it could have been elsewhere! Pirates: 13 smith. ) and my southampton training bib which was of a dazzle mesh material both have turned out excellent!

Edit: Website is very detailed and has loads of samples on it now!
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Postby Ash Tue Feb 19, 2008 11:39 pm

Heard from radsheep at the weekend, apparently the new website will illustrate more designs! So thats good, and good that they listen to feedback!

They've now sent me a quote and a mock up of a potential design so now going to give them some serious consideration!
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Postby checkley00 Wed Mar 12, 2008 12:29 am

Anyone mind PMing me what they paid and what discount they order for bigger quantities?

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Postby admin Thu Mar 13, 2008 5:16 pm

Contact them directly for a quote, they can usually give you a rough idea over the phone and the staff are very helpful.

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Postby young_trig Tue Mar 18, 2008 11:35 am

I reckon Leeds are about to put in a large order with radsheep.
Was just wondering what sizes existing customers would recommend.
What size is the kit in the Portsmouth photo?

Does the average athletic player go for XL shirt and shorts? Did any of your bigger guys go with XXL and were they ok with that?

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Postby Ekko Tue Mar 18, 2008 1:41 pm

Im 6'2 and just under 15 stone and I went with an XL shirt and shorts, The shorts can be pulled really tight if you need, and have a good amount of elastic in them too. I dont wear shoulder pads but a lot of the guys at Norbury do, and they cover them quite easily at their normal size.

I think a safe bet would be to say a Large for anyone who is fairly skinny XL for your average build player and anyone bigger you can figure out from there. We'll be wearing our kit at the 8s if you're there, and Im sure some of the lads will let you try on different sizes.
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Postby Jetpac Tue Mar 18, 2008 2:18 pm

young_trig wrote:I reckon Leeds are about to put in a large order with radsheep.
Was just wondering what sizes existing customers would recommend.
What size is the kit in the Portsmouth photo?

Does the average athletic player go for XL shirt and shorts? Did any of your bigger guys go with XXL and were they ok with that?

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The XXL will be far too big.

DONT go any higher than an XL you wont need it. (unless you have some very rotund fellows)

In the Pompey photo we are wearing a combination of L/XL as they are all personal.
If you look at me in Number 4 on the end i am wearing an XL and im 5'11 and 15 stone for reference

XL shorts are fine as they have a draw string.
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Postby young_trig Fri Mar 28, 2008 4:01 pm

Jetpac wrote:
young_trig wrote:I reckon Leeds are about to put in a large order with radsheep.
Was just wondering what sizes existing customers would recommend.
What size is the kit in the Portsmouth photo?

Does the average athletic player go for XL shirt and shorts? Did any of your bigger guys go with XXL and were they ok with that?

Cheers


The XXL will be far too big.

DONT go any higher than an XL you wont need it. (unless you have some very rotund fellows)

In the Pompey photo we are wearing a combination of L/XL as they are all personal.
If you look at me in Number 4 on the end i am wearing an XL and im 5'11 and 15 stone for reference

XL shorts are fine as they have a draw string.


I'm 6'3" and weigh a [cough]a bit more than[/cough] 15 stone. :lol: I'll also be wearing a goaly chest pad. DO you still think I'll be silly goaing for an XXL shirt?
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Postby Tom_Southampton Fri Mar 28, 2008 4:07 pm

how big are you, compared to the photo of Cheaky you posted the other day
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Postby young_trig Fri Mar 28, 2008 4:14 pm

Tom_Southampton wrote:how big are you, compared to the photo of Cheaky you posted the other day


A lot taller, and quite a stomach.
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Postby Tom_Southampton Fri Mar 28, 2008 4:21 pm

young_trig wrote:
Tom_Southampton wrote:how big are you, compared to the photo of Cheaky you posted the other day


A lot taller, and quite a stomach.
I'm a fat b***ard ok? There, I've said it now


might i suggest the following:
http://www.mountainhardwear.com/Product.aspx?top=1244&prod=2111&cat=1262&viewAll=False

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Postby Mort rotu Fri Mar 28, 2008 4:21 pm

get a XXL,

better (slightly) too big n free flowing around you than fitting restrictively like a spandex vest.

assuming of course the other option presented doesn't appeal.....
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Postby Freddie Mon Apr 14, 2008 9:43 pm

any chance someone form birmingham could email me how much their bibs cost for dublin fest, they were awesome.
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Postby kjk20 Thu May 01, 2008 2:00 pm

Just had 15 bibs made/delivered for the Pompey 8s. Service was exceptional and delivery was speedy. When the order arrived, the box had been damaged and 3 of them stolen, but the missing shirts were remade and arrived back to me within a week. Great work, and excellent quality! I'd definitely recommend them to anyone looking for some kit to be made.
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