#WearYourAllegiance to Port Adelaide FC in this 59FIFTY. Port Adelaide FC is a pro Australian Rules football club from Alberton, Australia. The team was founded in 1870. This cap features a fresh teal crown with a black contrast visor and black detailing. The front is embroidered with the “PA” logo and the side flies the New Era flag. Don’t miss out on this fitted from down under. It’s available now at Power Megastore.
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Showing off a template styled preview not so long ago, The Port Adelaide club has received not only one but two New Era’s. The first one is in a 9Fifty snapback displayed above which features a black shell, white logo and highlighter blue brim. The second version is of a 59Fifty in a black body with white PA lock logo. See yours now via Port Adelaide.
Available towards the end of April beginning of May will be the release of the The Port Adelaide Football Club New Era 59Fifty. The club was established in 1870 and is part of the Australian Football League and the SANFL and are nicknamed the Power in the AFL. Stay glued over at The Powers official website for more details.
Professional soccer club The Adelaide United FC introduce this latest New Era 9Fifty snapback to their repertoire of goods. This limited edition piece features a black body with red AU logo on the front, read threading on the black brim and the New Era hit on the wearers left side. Check it out now via the Adelaide United FC official webshop.
Recently, we’ve been seeing a lot of great pro-sports “Diamonds From Down Under” caps, from New Era Australia. We can now add cricket to the list, with this Adelaide Strikers 59FIFTY. The cap comes in a black and blue colorway with a contrast visor. The Adelaide Strikers are a professional cricket team that plays in the T20 Big Bash League. This hat features “Adelaide Strikers” on the front, the New Era flag on the left side, a West End patch on the right, and a T20 Big Bash League patch on the back. #WearYourAllegiance to the Adelaide Strikers. Take a swing for your cap collection. Pick this fitted up at Rebel.
Whether you support Australian Baseball, rep the city of Adelaide, or are looking for a fitted with a unique logo, you should add this Adelaide Bite cap to your collection. The Adelaide Bite are one of six teams that play in the ABL – Australia’s professional baseball league, which is owned by the MLB and and ABF (Australian Baseball Federation). This hat comes comes in a black and orange colorway and features the team’s logo embroidered on the front and the New Era Flag on the side. This is also the exact same cap worn by the AB players on-field! Show your love and support to international baseball and pick this 59FIFTY up at the Australian Baseball League Store.
For our latest edition of Cap Talk, we connect with Adelaide, Australia-based New Era enthusiast Lewis Averillo-Singh, who has been collecting New Era caps since 2012. His first fitted was the “Monster Mouth” 59FIFTY, a cap that Lewis feels is “the definition of my style,” and the “gateway drug into the terror that is cap addiction.” In the short period of time that Lewis has been collecting, he has amassed almost 50 New Era caps, in a wide variety of licenses, designs, and styles. Hit the jump and check out our interview with Lewis Singh to find out about his favorite caps in his collection, his dream New Era collaborations, and the one cap that has “constantly evaded” him since he started collecting. What’s on your mind? Want to show off your collection? Hit us up at email@example.com.
By Nina Zimmerman, TheABL.com.au
Across all sports around the globe, baseball hats have become the norm for showing team spirit. In Australia, those logos typically belong to rugby, Australian rules football, and soccer clubs. But how often do you see a baseball cap featuring the logo of an Australian baseball team? More often than you might think. Yes, Australians play baseball. In fact, they have for nearly as long as Americans. Baseball first appeared Down Under in the 1850s, during the Gold Rush. Americans, displaced miner-forty-niners seeking their fortunes in a new and strange land, turned to an old and familiar friend to occupy their downtime: baseball. Aussies liked it, and the game stuck.
The Cap Talk: Whats On Your Mind segment has garnered some seasoned vets in the collecting scene from all over the world. Our latest one comes directly from Adelaide, Australia with cap collector Bo Le! Bo takes pride in his collection and you can tell he puts time in searching for piece he truly loves. The manner in which he showcases his caps is a thing of beauty and he bares his secret after the jump. What’s on your mind? Want to show off your collection? Hit us up at firstname.lastname@example.org.