The new Color Prism Pack hats bring seven new colors to your favorite MLB and NBA teams Not only are the panels and logos in the respective colors, but the stitching and tags are matching shades as well Most importantly to collectors, the iconic 59Fifty sticker has been changed to also reflect the colors as[...]
Understandable but still disappointing). This year for Comic-Con night, if you purchase a theme ticket package you will receive one of the hats with Super Friar and Kirby Dots behind him, with the padres logo on the front panels The side as a sweet SDCC patch on the side This is limited to only 1,000. Super Friar[...]
New Era is offering a new line of Avengers: Infinity War hats at Lids stores There are six hats in all, with four being 9fifty snapbacks, and two available are 59fifty fitted hats All six feature various logos related to the film, with front panel designs and some with back panel designs as well A[...]
New Ear has revealed their 2018 NFL Draft hats and they are… interesting this year I look forward to getting this release every year (I have every Cleveland Browns draft hat since 2003 because I hate myself), and this may be the first year I skip I am not the biggest fan of the "team[...]
There will be both NBA and MLB teams available, and the 59Fifty hats will feature a new blacked-out 59Fifty sticker This is the first time New Era has ever changed their sticker for a release You can even get an oversized version of the new sticker with purchase. Don't be alarmed, but a Blackout is coming![...]
As a fan of both baseball and hats, it's one of my favorite hashtags to search every year I love seeing everyone's different logo and style choices and which hat company they support (I like both New Era and '47) So in honor of MLB Opening Day, I chose 10 of my favorite logos and[...]
A new Marvel Studios and New Era collaboration is heading to Disney Stores, as they have teamed up to produce an amazing looking 39THIRTY cast and crew hat to commemorate the opening of Avengers: Infinity War!
Yesterday, Bleeding Cool ran a piece on the Lemmy fezzes being sported by D.J. Kikbride and Adam P. Knave, authors of Amelia Cole. Following up a promise,