Collecting sports cards in the 1990's was awesome. Let's take a trip back to then and remember the cards.
If you had the power to revive one product from the 90's, what product would you choose?
Leave your thoughts below!
Fleer Ultra. I like Stadium Club, but miss Ultras ability to display a fantastic photo of an ordinary player.
How about UD Collector's Choice? Deep checklist for each team and uber affordable for the common collector -- but still blessed with Upper Deck's tremendous photography.
Sorry... I can't list just one:A. Upper Deck - I died a little when they lost their license.B. Flair/Flair Showcase - Loved the thick cardstock and dual photography.C. Skybox EX-2000/EX Century - Acetate + Cardboard = AwesomeD. Skybox Molten Metal - Metal parallels are sweet too.E. Donruss/Leaf Signature - When was the last time you pulled a autographed non-rookie card of a middle reliever?F. Topps Gallery - Actually their early 2000's products were better... but the late 90's stuff wasn't exactly terrible.
Oops... two more:G/H. UD Retro & UD Century Legends - Solid base card checklists + amazing on-card autograph inserts
Collectors choice, Leaf Signature, and Topps Gallery were products I liked. Topps Lazer was kind of cool the 1 year it was out. Score usually had some cool cards too.