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Ok can any of you good folk in here help me out? Looking to get my 15 year old lad the new kit for Christmas. I usually get him the home kit for his birthday in September and then one of the away tops for Christmas. However, couldn't get the home kit as all out of stock so combining it into his Christmas present. He's nearly 6'2" and super skinny. Has anyone bought the new kit for a similar sized person? Last year's was a small adult size by Kappa. Any help or advice would be much appreciated as I'm hoping to pop to the superstore later this week :bear:
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becchio bear wrote: Mon Nov 30, 2020 4:55 pm Ok can any of you good folk in here help me out? Looking to get my 15 year old lad the new kit for Christmas. I usually get him the home kit for his birthday in September and then one of the away tops for Christmas. However, couldn't get the home kit as all out of stock so combining it into his Christmas present. He's nearly 6'2" and super skinny. Has anyone bought the new kit for a similar sized person? Last year's was a small adult size by Kappa. Any help or advice would be much appreciated as I'm hoping to pop to the superstore later this week :bear:
I have a £50 voucher to spend & there are few products in my 'L' size, as you know I'm skinny, XL tops would look like a tent on me.

The home kit is unavailable in 'L'

The other problem I have, when I did decide on something to purchase the total amount is showing the price with my season-ticket discount but not the £50 voucher deduction, no way was I going to tap the submit & pay tab for the fear of paying nearly £65 on my card for something I not too bothered about.

The £50 voucher was in recompense for the games I missed played behind doors last season due to covid
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becchio bear wrote: Mon Nov 30, 2020 4:55 pm Ok can any of you good folk in here help me out? Looking to get my 15 year old lad the new kit for Christmas. I usually get him the home kit for his birthday in September and then one of the away tops for Christmas. However, couldn't get the home kit as all out of stock so combining it into his Christmas present. He's nearly 6'2" and super skinny. Has anyone bought the new kit for a similar sized person? Last year's was a small adult size by Kappa. Any help or advice would be much appreciated as I'm hoping to pop to the superstore later this week :bear:
I had to get one size up in the Kappa shirts.

Adidas shirts fit perfectly. Get your son's normal size BB.
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Anyone can assist me too?
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1964white wrote: Mon Nov 30, 2020 5:20 pm Anyone can assist me too?
Tough one 64, would be worth trying to get in touch with their customer services.

Might take a while to hear back cos they’ll be busy but they’ll know what to advise :tup:
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Fridge wrote: Tue Dec 01, 2020 2:35 pm Tough one 64, would be worth trying to get in touch with their customer services.

Might take a while to hear back cos they’ll be busy but they’ll know what to advise :tup:
Good advice, I'll ring them later this week

Like you say it could be a long wait, customer service is appalling with the majority of the big businesses nowadays
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1964white wrote: Tue Dec 01, 2020 2:50 pm Good advice, I'll ring them later this week

Like you say it could be a long wait, customer service is appalling with the majority of the big businesses nowadays
Does the website not have a size guide 64?
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1964white wrote: Tue Dec 01, 2020 2:50 pm Good advice, I'll ring them later this week

Like you say it could be a long wait, customer service is appalling with the majority of the big businesses nowadays
Having spoken to many people on the other side, it is usually the company’s fault if there are issues.

The advisors are good people and do their best to sort you out :tup: hopefully they’ll be able to fix the gift card issue for you 64
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Fridge wrote: Mon Nov 30, 2020 5:16 pm I had to get one size up in the Kappa shirts.

Adidas shirts fit perfectly. Get your son's normal size BB.
Cheers Fridge :bear:
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Chilli D wrote: Tue Dec 01, 2020 3:08 pm Does the website not have a size guide 64?
Yes it does Chilli, the majority of the large shirts are out-of-stock
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Fridge wrote: Tue Dec 01, 2020 3:11 pm Having spoken to many people on the other side, it is usually the company’s fault if there are issues.

The advisors are good people and do their best to sort you out :tup: hopefully they’ll be able to fix the gift card issue for you 64
Thanks Fridge
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