The main reason for customers returning purchased products are size issues. In order to alleviate this problem from the offset, I have gone to the trouble of not only offering the official manufacturers size in the item description but in addition, included an exact measurement of the garment such as chest size from under armpit to under armpit on shirts and jackets. It is the customer's responsibility to order the correct size product given all the information to hand and therefore responsible for any additional postage fees incurred due to their oversight.
The majority of the products sold by CelticPlayerIssue.com are manufactured by Celtics own merchandising arm, Umbro, Nike or New Balance. It's important to note actual size and styling of shirts / shorts etc vary due to numerous reasons. Sizes alter from one manufacturer to another, from one footballing season to another, style or fashion, materials used or whether the goods are replica or player issue.
For example, shirts made in the 1990's were generally made with larger chest sizes in comparison with today’s offerings. Player Issue shirts are normally made between half to one full size smaller than their replica product counterpart such as a size Extra Large in Player Issue shirts would equate to a size Large in Replica form. One fabric may give little pull whilst another garment material such as lycra may stretch when forced up to one or two sizes bigger.
It is therefore paramount for the buyer to read the exact size detailing along with manufacturing materials in every listing to ascertain the exact measurements of the garment. The buyer should never automatically assume a particular size made by one manufacturer is exactly the same as their competitor. Please read the descriptions, consider the sizing and order accordingly.