Today I will be giving a short review of 2015 Bowman Football hobby box break. The box comes courtesy of The Cardboard Connection due to a contest I won on their site. This will be my first 2015 football product along with my first Topps Bowman football product.
The internet has completely changed the sports card industry; allowing collectors to expand their passion for collecting sports cards beyond the local card shop.
1992-93 Fleer Ultra hockey was the first Ultra line release in hockey. This was Fleer’s answer to the dominate Stadium Club and Upper Deck sets. Fleer Ultra had done a great job introducing insert cards that were distinct from the base set. Continue reading Busting 1992-93 Fleer Ultra Hockey
1990 Donruss was the epitome of junk wax; It was incredibly over produced. The mysterious Aqueous Test issue cards are some of the rarest cards from the early 1990’s. Is it not ironic that one of the most mass produced cards of the early 1990’s has some of the rarest cards of the era?
I just finished breaking another box of 2014 Topps Chrome Football. My first 2014 Topps Chrome football break was a 2014 Topps Chrome Football Blaster; followed by a full hobby box break a few weeks later. Continue reading Yet Another 2014 Topps Chrome Football Break
Some sport card collectors are willing to pay big money for rookie prospects who have yet to play a big league game. It doesn’t always work out, but this helps the hobby live.
With the 2015 NFL Draft now in the past. The hype is building around the two top college prospects; Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota. Even though neither of these two have stepped on the professional field, collectors are already paying good money for what little card companies have provided.