Gone but not forgotten. Keep the legacy of the Albuquerque Dukes alive with this 59FIFTY cap. The Dukes were an Albuquerque-based minor league team that still has proud sports history and legacy in the city to this day. When the Dukes left Albuquerque in 2000, Fred Matteucci, an Albuquerque local and fan of the team, purchased the rights to the team for a small price. The Dukes have since become a big business, with their hats flying off the shelves! The Dukes recently celebrated a 100 years with a commemorative 59FIFTY cap. Changing things up from the Dukes bold yellow and red colors, this fitted keeps it low-key. It comes in a grey crown, with a black contrast visor and silver and black embroidery. The front displays the Dukes logo and the side flies the New Era flag. Stay supporting the Dukes. Purchase this grand slam fitted at Fanzz.
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The Albuquerque Dukes team recently celebrated its 100 year anniversary. The Dukes were an Albuquerque-based minor league team that still has proud sports history and legacy in the city to this day. When the Dukes left Albuquerque in 2000, Fred Matteucci, an Albuquerque local and fan of the team, purchased the rights to the team for a small price. The Dukes have since become a big business, with their hats flying off the shelves! The Dukes 100th anniversary 59FIFTY caps were recently released. These hats come in a variety of Dukes-inspired yellow and red coloways, with the iconic Dukes logo on the front and a commemorative patch on the side. We’re tipping our caps to Mr. Matteucci for keeping the memory of the Albuquerque Dukes alive and well. Don’t miss out on these home running hitting hats. Check them out here.
Turn back the clock in this throwback “Cities 10” Albuquerque Dukes 59FIFTY cap. The Dukes were a Minor League team from in Albuquerque, New Mexico. This cap comes in two different color styles featuring the Dukes signature eye-catching yellow and red colors. The front displays the Dukes “A” logo that is worn by the team’s official logo. The side flies the New Era flag and the Duke himself is on the back. This is a piece that baseball historians and logo enthusiasts will not want to miss. Grab one today at New Era.
First formed in 1915, the Albuquerque Dukes reflect Spanish nobility. When talking Albuquerque Dukes you think of the bearded duke wearing a yellow hat with a red feather, well most of us do. For the first time ever, New Era releases a fitted hat of the logo, well, inside the logo. Available in a red colorway, this Albuquerque Dukes 59Fifty custom fitted cap that features the “A” logo worn by the Mascott Duke himself in black. I wouldn’t wait to long to snag this one via New Era Cap.
It’s time to step into the fight club! The “Fight Club” 59FIFTY collection is yet another 20th Century Fox property that is making it’s way from the screen to a New Era cap – and we’re stoked! “Fight Club” is a 1999 film about a secret fight club. The movie starred actors Brand Pitt and Edward Norton. This collection includes black 59FIFTY caps, with “Fight Club” script embroidered on the front in choice of hot pink, gold or black. These hats feature Fight Club-related images and mottos on the under-visor and the New Era flag on the side. If you think you’re tough enough to rock these fitteds, put up your dukes and order one today at Onspotz.
Tokidoki is ready to go pound for pound with this next 59Fifty preview. Bruised up, scared and tatted Tokidoki wins again in the detail department with this release. The cap sees purple back panels, black brim, and white crown with a caged up Robert De Niro looking MMA fighter. Show your manhood and put up your dukes for this Tokidoki piece (when it releases).