Winnipeg, Manitoba-based clothing line Oak and Oar return for 2015 with their latest New Era collaborative 59FIFTY collection. The brand kicked off with a boating trip back in 2012, and is inspired by the cabin lifestyle. This release features fitted caps in maroon, black and navy colorways. All of the hats feature white embroidery and grey under-visors. The front of the caps feature the “Oak and Oar” script logo and the New Era flag is on the side. Looking to add one of these fitteds to your collection? Show your support to this Canadian brand. Row on over to Oak and Oar to get yours.
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Canadian clothing brand Oak + Oar gives off a preview of their next collection which includes a pair of 59Fifty New Era fitted caps. In 2012 the brand evolved from a boating trip that had them rowing back to shore by Oar due to mechanical motor failures. Oak + Oar draws its inspiration from cabin lifestyle releasing a unique range of clothing and accessories. Stay tuned for more on the Oak + Oar 59Fifty New Era collection. …more
Kings Boardshop, in Montclair California has new Huf 5950’s. The one photo via Kings Boardshops blog, shows three hats in what appears to be MLB team colors. The first looks like the Atlanta Braves, second the San Francisco Giants and third the Oakland A’s. If interested in the new MLB inspired Huf New Era’s call Kings Boardshop at (909) 398-1285
After a strong year in 2010 Doarat starts the New Year off to a great start with unleashing new color creations of their D logo New Era 59Fifty fitted caps. Being highly identifiable several of the fitteds are pulling inspiration from an MLB team color way motif. Oakland A’s, Atlanta Braves, and of course the freshly crowned San Francisco Giants. Check out Doarat for yours! Hit the jump to see the other two colorways in this release.
Add some buzz to your snapback game this summer with this latest 9FIFTY drop from premier skateboard lifestyle brand DC Shoes. The “Buzzcutt” snapback is available in three exciting colorways. Our top pick is the green and yellow cap that reminds us of the Oakland A’s iconic colors. This snapback features a DC Shoes logo patch on the front and the New Era flag on the side. Don’t miss out on this latest 9FIFTY offering from DC Shoes, a brand that has been going strong for over 20 years. Looking to pick up a cap? Skate on over to DC Shoes to get yours!
Get fly and live the skateboarding lifestyle in this latest 59FIFTY drop from DC Shoes Japan. This collection comes in four fresh colorways: multi-tone blue, neon blue and green, Oakland A’s-inspired green and yellow, and a SF Giants-inspired orange and black. These hats feature the DC shoes logo on the front, the New Era flag on the side, and a contrast visor. Connect with DC Shoes Japan for yours.
At NECTalk, we have seen many dope New Era collaboration caps from hip hop artists. One group that has always impressed us with their hat drops is Toronto-based Notes To Self, a crew which consists of rappers Swamp Donkey & Roshin, producer/rapper Bronze One, DJ Dopey and illustrator Eliscer. Notes To Self have worked and toured with many legendary hip hop artists, including De La Soul, Talib Kweli and Dilated Peoples. On February 26th 2013, they released their latest project ‘Target Market RECOIL.’ In support of the album, the group dropped their New Era Cap collection entitled “OFFSAFETY OFFSEASON,” due to demand from their fans. We recently caught up with Notes To Self – who are well-known to rock “A fresh 59FIFTY with the hat brim flat” – to see what’s on their mind.
From Rakim to A$AP Rocky, whether fitted or snapback, baseball caps have been worn by rappers for generations, and no headwear brand has solidified themselves more with hip hop music and culture than New Era. The company gained popularity among hip hop heads in the mid 1990’s, when the New York Yankees cap became one of the most coveted and popular headwear accessories of the time, often being worn in rap videos alongside army fatigues and Timberland boots. In 1996, Spike Lee first asked New Era to make him a red custom Yankees fitted, which began to usher the New Era brand outside the realm of being just another “sportswear company.” It led them to embrace urban/hip hop culture and, in turn, the culture embraced them back. New Era caps are now a staple in urban fashion and come in a countless number of variations and styles. They are also a common headwear accessory for hip hop artists. You would be hard-pressed to find a rapper that hasn’t rocked a New Era cap at some point in their career. …Keep Reading