Eagles Unveil Salute To Service Military Appreciation Apparel, and You’re Probably Going To Buy It

eagles salute to service

This post comes courtesy of the affiliate manager over at Fanatics , who emailed me this morning and was, like, “Yo, Eagles Salute To Service apparel is available and Philly usually buys a small country’s annual GDP worth.” I’m paraphrasing, but the sentiment is the same. This stuff is always wildly popular and it’s available now at Fanatics .

Behold:

 

Eagles Salute To Service cap

eagles camo hat

There are multiple variations of this bad boy, depending on your brim choice and your moisture-wicking preference. It even comes in DAVE SPADARO BUCKET HAT.

 

Brian Dawkins Camo jersey

dawkins camo jersey

The Northeast Special. If you live within two miles of Barbara’s on the Boulevard and haven’t already ordered this with free shipping, then you’re doing it wrong.

 

Carson Wentz Camo jersey

wentz camo jersey

This isn’t really much of a stretch as I could actually see Wentz wearing this.

 

There’s a full selection of Eagles camo hats, shirts, and more for Military Appreciation available at Fanatics .

Most of it comes with free shipping, and some, like the Wentz jersey is almost sold out.

You can check out Fanatics’ full line of Eagles Salute To Service apparel here .

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11 Comments

  • Luther innes October 10, 2019 at 12:24 pm

    Nobody ever got laid wearing a jersey

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  • gritty October 10, 2019 at 12:30 pm

    Rumor has it Carter Hart had a 25 save shutout in the home opener

    Reply
  • Malcolm Jenkins tiny black fist October 10, 2019 at 12:32 pm

    Bunch of hypocrites!
    Did Malcolm X Jenkins approve of these or did he pee on them?
    American hating Lurie, $ money grubbing Shylock, making blood money.

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    • Malcolm’s raised fist October 10, 2019 at 12:41 pm

      I bet Jeff Lurie served in our military! He looks like an Army Ranger or Navy Seal. I’m sure Malcolm Jenkins would defend our country in a heartbeat. 🙄

      Reply
  • Lieutenant Dan Band October 10, 2019 at 12:48 pm

    Hey “reporter” Kyle, how much $$$ from this stuff is going to worthy causes like AmVets and other organizations that care for those who shared their blood so the NFL could have the freedom to peddle this garbage?

    My guess: 0%

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    • Chris “Woke” Long ..... Jackass October 10, 2019 at 1:05 pm

      But the NFL gave $100 million dollars to the Players Coalition to fund “social justice reform and racial equality” in order to stop the kneeling & raised fists during our National Anthem.

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      • Innes' Failed Diet October 10, 2019 at 2:05 pm

        I read somewhere that when the NFL made the deal with the Players Coalition they just shifted money. They didn’t increase their overall donations, they took it away from the other organizations they donated to and gave it to the Players Coalition.

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        • Just the facts October 10, 2019 at 4:14 pm

          I’m just curious, what other charities did they take it from and who is getting the $100 million? That’s a ton of money; who is actually benefiting?

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    • Shart Shartveit October 10, 2019 at 2:13 pm

      Hey, “guy who has internet access but can’t use Google” Lieutenant Dan Band, it is about $5 million a year than the NFL donates to military charities, $34,000,000 total since 2011 through the Salute to Service.

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      • Your patriotism is nationalism October 11, 2019 at 12:40 am

        We shouldn’t need military charities. We do need them because the assholes who preach patriotism are more concerned with making Jeff Bezos the world’s first trillionaire than taking care of vets.

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  • Zack Brown October 14, 2019 at 7:14 pm

    Our military budget for 2019 is 750 billion. Part of that is used prior to NFL football games for propaganda reasons. Your tax dollars hard at work. I support our millitary personel, but to think that the NFL or government cares about american citizens, no less vets is wildly naive. Also, to think playing in the NFL requires putting your hand over your heart is kind of weird considering the fact that the league is not against allowing murderers to play. Don’t really have a point here, just wanted to remind some folks. God bless america

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