Toronto’s own Legends League have hit a grand slam with their “Oaktown” 9FIFTY snapback from their “Staple” series of caps. Inspired by the Oakland Athletics iconic colorway, this snapback features a green crown, with a yellow contrast visor and yellow top button. The front is embroidered with the Legends League “LL” logo and the New Era flag is stitched on the side. This cap also features a classic kelly green under-visor. The Legends League brand is red hot, so you know this cap won’t last long. Step up your snapback style with this cap straight from the streets of Toronto. Connect with Legends League to get yours.
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Red hot streetwear brand Legends League recently opened a Flagship Store location in Toronto, and received a warm welcome from their city. We heard they could barely keep up with the demand for their products, as fans and supporters lined up to get their hands on the latest goods. The Legends League don’t look to be slowing down anytime soon. They have just dropped their latest 9FIFTY snapback collection that looks to comment on recent issues of police brutality in the USA. This collection includes three caps. The “Keep 6” snapback features a neighbourhood watch-inspired logo on the front, with “Keep 6” on the side and “The Community Is Not Protected” on the back. The “Enemy” cap displays a “Hands Up” logo on the front, with a man in the crosshairs – an image inspired by the iconic Public Enemy logo. The collection is available now at Legends League.
Founded in Toronto by Bryan Espiritu in 2007, Legends League come correct for the 2014 fall season with a 9FIFTY New Era collaborative drop. These snapbacks come in four MLB team-inspired colorways, including the LA Dodgers, Chicago White Sox, Detroit Tigers and the Philadelphia Phillies. The hats feature the Classic “LL” logo on the front and the New Era flag on the side. These hats are constructed from MLB On-Field materials to provide resistance to shrinkage and stability of shape. Legends League x New Era collaborative caps are always hot sellers and are a familiar sight on the streets of Toronto. We suggest you act fast if you want to get yours.
Toronto-based Legends League, founded by Bryan Espiritu in 2007, recently dropped this 59FIFTY to commemorate Canada Day, 2014. This cap comes in black, with white detailing and a grey underbrim. The front is embroidered with the classic LL logo. The left side features the New Era logo and the right side flies the Canadian flag. Represent Canada proud and connect with Legends League, one of the hottest Canadian streetwear brands, to add this cap to your collection.
The Legends League recently joined forces with Rappers Rich Kidd, Tona and Adam Bomb to release “The Legends League Presents: Naturally Born Strangers,” an album to coincide with their winter clothing drop. This past weekend, in Toronto, they held a packed concert/Pop-up shop at the Mod Club, where this Naturally Born Strangers X New Era 59FIFTY was available. If you weren’t able to make it out to the show, there are still some caps left over at The Legends League Online Shop. This fitted comes in black, with white detailing, and features the NBS logo on the front, with “STRANGERHOOD” displayed on the under-visor. Naturally Born Strangers, as well as this fitted, “Represents those born and raised different who don’t associate themselves with the common communal circles/ NBS is the umbrella title to those influenced by much, deterred by nothing and unknown the world over.” If you can relate, cop this fitted at Legends League before it’s too late. It won’t last long.
Based out of Toronto, Canada the Legends League drops a big one for its home town fans. The Legends League “Canada Day” New Era Cap features two colorways in blue or red with a white LL Logo, grey underbrim and Canadian flag embroidery detail with a yellow border. The icing on the cake is it’s made with authentic MLB on-field materials. Available now via the Legends League.
The Legends League and their New Era collaborations are quick movers and the “Low Landers” 59Fifty New Era’s are certainly going to fly out of stock also. This time around the brand focused on quality with the construction of the cap. It’s made with authentic MLB on-field materials to reduce shrinkage, warping and stay true to colour through wear. If your into rare and exclusive product for your releases connect with the Legends League to day for yours.
It’s been a minute since we’ve seen some goods drop from the Legends League team. It was surly worth the wait! The caps that you see above come in the following names & colors: Varsity Grey/Navy, LL Signature New Era Fitted, Grey Melton Broken Heart Bastard Gang New Era Fitted, Woodland Mets LL Signature New Era Fitted and the Pirates LL Signature New Era Fitted. These caps are certainly some high valued collectables especially the new Broken Heart piece. You may want to hop on these via the Legends League official website.
The Strangerhood Legends League 59Fifty has finally made it’s well anticipated release over the weekend. We would have to agree with the brand that although it’s hard to top off their amazing LL lock logo design, this has to be there best New Era design to date!! The cap is made with New Era’s MLB on-field cycle dry material with the Naturally Born Strangers logo embroidered on the front crown. The rear of the cap has the Red Ideall bar logo while the Strangerhood graphic is printed on underbrim. Hook up with yours now via Legends League.
The Name FoundMissing.ca comes from a higher thinking and lifestyle of people that associate themselves with Sneaker Culture. Sneaker lifestyle is an aspect that belongs to those who care about their self image and stand by a mind-state of trendsetting, discovering exclusives, and finding ones uniqueness. Individuals within the Sneaker Culture Society are always on the hunt of finding the latest exclusives and having the latest product on the streets that satisfy them.
Paying homage to the innovation of the Pacific Northwest, from the Seattle music scene to the past thirty years best technological developments, the Seattle Legends are one of the oldest and most active FDL teams. The Seattle Legends design cites the areas rich history, with patterns inspired by the artwork of the Pacific Northwests Native American tribes. A stoic face, like that of the legendary Nez Perce Chief Joseph, looks out from the logos center, wisdom in his expression. The Seattle Legends have seen it all, and now theyre passing that wisdom and experience on, raising the next generation of innovators. Get yours now via Frank 151.
THE LEGENDS LEAGUE uses graphic design, illustration, writing, music, and fashion as a means to authentically reflect the experience of life and inspired life. Created by Bryan Espiritu in October 2006, the creative motives of TheLegendsLeague, its apparel line, IdeallClothing and it’s newest branch, TheMeaningOfDope, is directly connected to the concept of TheLegendsLeague – showing recognition to your influences and inspirations, good and bad and using them as fuel to live life inspired. We give you a preview of The Legends League New Era’s that are set to drop this April in LIMITED quantities. You will notice from the above photo LL went with a NY Yankees midnight blue with white LL Logo on the front crown and kelly green underbill. Bellow is the LL fitted I’ll be releasing later on this year called TheLegendsLegue “FGM” cap after the Free Gucci Mane. Highly anticipated peices, keep glued!
Being the Class A affiliates of the Houston Astros, The Lexington Legends are a minor league baseball team of the South Atlantic League. Being the premium streetwear boutique in Lexington, Oneness has released a custom color way in brown with the Lexington Legends logo in gold on the front crown. Don’t slack limited quantities as usual and exclusively available at Oneness.
This past May, we saw many New Era cap contenders step into the Fight Club for dominance in our Top 5. A small super hero made a huge impact with his Big Face 59FIFTY cap, as he gets ready to take on the evil brewing in Marvel’s upcoming “Ant-Man” flick. Toronto-based Legends League made a stand to fight the powers that be, with a collection that comments on important issues that are currently affecting society. Packer Shoes payed homage to baseball’s most iconic rivalry, New York city’s cross town Mets-Yankess subway series. And finally, Pikachu made his long-awaited appearance in the arena, with the highly anticipated Pokémon x New Era Japan collection. Did you catch all of these caps, and what was your favorite release for May 2015? Hit the jump to find out which cap took our number one spot!
Spring Training starts tomorrow and if you’re not a true baseball fan, you can get in on the action with Upper Playground’s baseball league comprised of vicious characters including Outlaws, Stranglers and Brawlers to name a few. Playing on different pop culture legends and characteristics of twelve cities, the UPLB collection is a tongue-in-cheek version of how UP thinks baseball teams should be branded. The cities and teams represented are: Los Angeles Diablos, Seattle Hoods, Brooklyn Brawlers, Oakland Outlaws, San Francisco Panhandlers, Chicago Racketeers, New York Pickpockets, Cleveland Slingshots, Portland Vipers, Philadelphia Players, and Boston Stranglers. Morning Breath created all of the designs; the hats are made of wool and feature front and back embroidery. All of the teams have a corresponding tee for men and women and the UPLB collection of hats and tees are available at Upper Playground stores and on the Upper Playground Web Store.