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Viewloader Jersey with flame pattern, c.1998/99

Front side of late 1990's Viewloader jersey.
Front side of late 1990’s Viewloader jersey.

Here is a Viewloader jersey that was likely manufactured in the late 1990s. This jersey features the viewloader text on the arms and the logo on the chest.

Back side of late 1990's Viewloader Jersey with grey and white flames.
Back side of late 1990’s Viewloader Jersey with grey and white flames.

Kevin Foote, QMTO on youtube, estimates that this jersey was “Made shortly before the Brass Eagle buyout, so 98-99 about.”

Viewloader icon on the chest.
Viewloader icon on the chest.

According to a press released on Warpig.com, Brass Eagle purchased CM Support’s Viewloader assets on January 6, 1999.

Left side sleeve Viewloader logo.
Left side sleeve Viewloader logo.

Each arm on this jersey features the Viewloader logos and text. Viewloader Jersey with flame pattern front view and with the left side being grey on white and the right side being white on grey.

White viwloader text on great sleeve of Viewloader jersey.
White viewloader text on great sleeve of Viewloader jersey.

At the time that this Jersey was made Viewloader was likely offering the Viewloader Revolution loader, their line of Viewloader pull through squeegees, viewloader plastic elbows, viewloader tubes and more.

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