You can use it on Christmas Day to look all respectable in front of your family but also for all your nights out to be festive. Hey, nobody will complain if you wear a Christmas jumper in work. But we're not here to talk about jumpers because you can always go one better after the launch of GAA Christmas jerseys.
You Can Now Buy Rugby & GAA Christmas Jerseys. You'll most likely spot someone wearing one of these in Coppers over the Christmas period. An Irish website has launched a range of Christmas rugby and GAA jerseys. The jerseys from Christmasjerseys.com
Christmas time has never been traditionally viewed as GAA season but that's all about to change with these new GAA festive jerseys. Christmasjerseys.com is now selling a range of short-sleeved t-shirts for €29.99 which are perfect for wearing around Yuletide If you're more of a rugby person, you won't be disappointed as these rugby jerseys are also available for €32. Truly the height of '12 pubs' fashion.
2015 - the year of the Christmas Jumper. 2016 - the year of the Christmas suit. And without further ado, 2017 is now the year of the Christmas GAA jersey. Yes. Christmas. GAA. Jerseys. Irish Gifts For You have launched a range of Lapland Gael jerseys and we’ve a feeling that they’re going to be very popular. Each jersey will set you back €29 and are also available in chrildren's sizes. Don’t worry if GAA is not your thing, there’s also an option for rugby lovers. Discounts are available for multiple jerseys and shipping is worldwide. County Bondi won’t know what hit it.
Now, think of what is the most A-typical crowd-pleasing Christmas present you can buy someone? Yep, a lovely Christmas jumper.
It's not too early! Okay, maybe we shouldn't be talking about Christmas just yet but before we know it the Late Late Toy Show will be upon us, award ceremonies at our local clubs and meeting up with friends you've been avoiding all year is right on top of you too. So, now is the time to start planning. It doesn't mean you have to buy stuff just yet but you can at least be different to the 99 per cent of Irish people and not leave it to the last minute where you end up buying whatever the hell is left on the shelf. Now, think of what is the most A-typical crowd-pleasing Christmas present you can buy someone?...