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No Cap – New Era Hats Got You Covered
Sometimes it’s about representing your team, and sometimes it’s about making sure the colors and the style come together just right. However you define your look, New Era hats have you covered. Add a cap to your wardrobe for endless outfit options that will turn heads no matter where you're headed.
Hats with Roots in Culture
Establish your connection to a throwback look with New Era authentic caps. Wear them on lock, wear them on tilt. However they fit your style, New Era authentic hats keep it genuine.
The New Era collection includes looks from its collaboration with Offset. The Atlanta rapper honored his hometown with a series of Braves caps that shout out the city, add embroidered peaches for the Peach State, and commemorate the team’s 1995 world championship. The Offset collab even includes a pullover hoodie.
That’s just one style that belongs in your rotation, and you already know that New Era Yankee hats are another. Because while the colors and style are on point, so is the overall spirit that a Yankees cap conveys. With more world championships than any other team, there’s simply no argument as to who’s setting the trends.
But you can always mix it up with MLB hats for any look, any style, any reason at all. Maybe it’s to rep your hometown or a city you love. Maybe it’s to hook up the colors to an overall aesthetic, or to have an easy, eye-catching element that stands out all on its own.
There are classic looks like Baltimore’s “cartoon bird” that’s been used since 1966. Or the Pittsburgh painters cap of the ’70s. You have the Houston classic star logo that’s been in use for most of the team’s existence. And you’ll find current, throwback, and alternate logos for Toronto, Oakland, Seattle, and so many others.
As a testament to its authenticity, New Era has supplied caps for a majority of major league franchises since the 1970s. And the 59Fifty design is the flagship style for the Buffalo-based brand. This construction features a structured front panel for stability and a classic cap shape. A full crown offers a tall, broad profile, while the flat visor gives you the option to wear as-is, or to curve it to whatever degree you want. A true fitted design closes the back.
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