2015 Spectra Football Sparkles in a Must-See Episode of Panini Unwrapped (Checklist)

Earlier this week, Panini America's Chris Barr and Tracy Hackler sat down with three boxes of Panini America's new 2015 Spectra Football, a hit-filled feast for the eyes that delivers 11 autograph or memorabilia hits in every 16-card box. With Chris Reed running point behind the camera, the trio delivered the following must-see episode of Panini Unwrapped. Enjoy.

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Earlier this week, Panini America’s Chris Barr and Tracy Hackler sat down with three boxes of Panini America’s new 2015 Spectra Football, a hit-filled feast for the eyes that delivers 11 autograph or memorabilia hits in every 16-card box. With Chris Reed running point behind the camera, the trio delivered the following must-see episode of Panini Unwrapped. Enjoy.

Be sure to stick around after the video to access the complete 2015 Spectra Football checklist.

Now, here’s the checklist: 2015 Spectra Football Final Checklist2

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7 Replies to “2015 Spectra Football Sparkles in a Must-See Episode of Panini Unwrapped (Checklist)”

  1. Did anyone see ANYTHING that warrants a $90 per pack price tag? I sure didn’t.
    Pretty? Flashy? Sure, but value? Nope. However, much better than Lux Basketball.
    With all these high priced releases, Panini seems to have turned their back on ‘normal’ people with normal budgets.

  2. Super impressed by these breaks, wow. It seems like each mini box produced a high level card which makes the overall box value even better. Thanks for the video break guys!

  3. Thats EPIX!!! Its sure is a better product then last year and some card designs would work just fine for new set of Epix cards. Especial the nice blue versions.

  4. Really nice looking cards, especially like the Parker auto. My only gripe would be with the player’s autographs, they leave a lot to be desired.

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