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The Sorry I’m Fresh and Your Not New Era 59Fifty fitted hats made their debut approximately in 2011 and here we are in 2014 with one of the sexiest interpretation of the release – The “Overspray” 59Fifty. The hat features two color options in Navy and teal with contrasting overspray brims. Any of you graffiti heads know that “Overspray” is typically when paint hits unintended objects. Available now via New Era Korea.
If you always have the dopest gear – jeans, sneakers, tees and, most importantly, caps – and you’re confident that you are the “freshest,” you should check out this latest drop, available at New Era Europe. The “Sorry I’m Fresh” caps come in a wide variety of colors and patterns, in either the 59FIFTY fitted or the 9FIFTY snapback styles. The front of these hats features the message “Sorry I’m Fresh,” with the back displaying “And you’re not.” There are also matching tees available. If you feel you are the “freshest” and you walk out of the house every day knowing it, head on over to New Era Europe and cop a hat today, so you can #SpeakWithYourCap to let the world know how fresh you are.
Fashion is an important part of everyone’s daily lives starting from sun up to sun down and from head to toe. The latest release coming from the New Era NYC flagship location is the “Sorry I’m Fresh” 59Fifty giving yourself affirmation that your ahead of the fashion gods on the daily. This pieces is done up in a three tone colorway and is yours for the taking via New Era NYC.
Looking to make a statement about what a well dressed person you are? The “Sorry I’m Fresh” series of caps are back again! This time around these hats come in a 59FIFTY style with a denim crown and a choice of neon red, green or orange visor and detailing. The front features the motto “Sorry I’m Fresh” and the back displays “And you’re not.” If being humble isn’t your strongest personality trait and you want the world to know just how fresh you are – cop this series of caps at Def Shop before the site says “Sorry, these caps are no longer available.”
We’ve recently seen the “Sorry I’m Fresh” series of caps expanded to “Sorry I’m Hip Hop,” but what if you didn’t grow up bumping Wu-Tang and Biggie, or currently enjoy listening to current rap stars such as ASAP Rocky or Kendrick Lamar? What if you’re more Punk than hip hop and enjoy bands such as Ramones, The Clash and Sex Pistols? No need to worry. New Era Europe has got the snapback for you! The cap features a black crown with a bright blue visor. The front is embroidered with “Sorry I’m Punk” embroidered on the front with “And You’re Not” on the back. The New Era Flag is displayed on the side. If you rep the Punk lifestyle, pick up this 9FIFTY at New Era Europe.
The sorry I’m Fresh series of caps now have more variety. If you’re a bold person looking to get your message across these are the caps to get. If you feel you rep hip hop culture to the fullest check out the “Sorry I’m Hip Hop” snapback. It feautres this motto in large bold lettering. Or perhaps you don’t get caught up in trends and stay true to yourself. Let everyone know with the “Sorry I’m CLASSIC” 9FIFTY. The back of these caps also sport to motto “and you’re not”. If you want to get your message across about who you are and what’s important to you – #SpeakWithYourCap and pick these up at Iced Out Biz.
For Edinburgh, Scotland-based New Era enthusiast Pawel Sendak AKA Klaq, collecting caps isn’t just a hobby – New Era is part of his life! Through his love for the New Era brand, Pawel has made friends, picked up a knack for photography and has amassed an impressive collection of caps from all around the world! Check out our #CommittedToTheKlaq Cap Talk interview to find out what inspired him to start collecting, hear about the time he met up with fellow collector Macall84, learn a bit more about his “French Army” of caps and more! What’s on your mind? Want to Show off your collection? Hit us up at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Norbert Floßmann from Rudolstadt, Germany has a collection many of us wish we could pull some hats out of. His collection features a wide range of Capture the Flag hats, Sorry I’m Fresh fitteds and the New Era cursive series but that’s not it. Check the jump to see his moutain of hats and what’s on his mind! What’s on your mind? Want to show off your collection – hit us up at email@example.com. …more
59Fifty, Leopard.. What more can you ask for? New Era Korea is nailing it these days with it’s product releases and this cap is what New Era means by “Sorry I’m Fresh & Your Not”. The cap displays an allover Leopard print with square New Era Established label on the front. The back of the cap features the “FYOF” —> Fly Your Own Flag, embroidery. Available now via New Era Korea.
We’ve rounded up all the answers for phase 2 Q&A from the Germany, Berlin Flagship store. Hit the jump to check out the answers for the manager and fan questions. The Q&A for this week’s phase 3 will be for the BIRGMINGHAM, flagship store location in London. Remember to ask all questions via the NewEraCapTalk facebook page here – You only have 48hrs. Also New Era Europe will be running a 25% discount code if they break 3,000 Followers today on the European Twitter Page. Show your support!!
We’ve rounded up all the answers for phase 1 Q&A from the London Soho Flagship store. Hit the jump to check out the answers for the questions selected as well as Dan’s personal New Era Cap collection. The Q&A for this week’s phase 2 will be for the Germany, Berlin flagship store location. Remember to ask all questions via the NewEraCapTalk facebook page here – You only have 48hrs.
For this week’s Cap Talk interview we link up with Nottingham, UK-based cap collector Jason Shepherd. Jason connected with us so he could share his collection and passion for the New Era brand with fellow New Era enthusiasts. But he also did so for another reason; to raise awareness for Moebius Syndrome, a rare neurological disorder that affects his daughter Mia. Jason and his daughter were overjoyed by the support that they received from the New Era cap cap collecting community in helping to raise awareness for the disease. Check out our interview with Jason to find out about his collection, and also to learn more about Moebius Syndrome, and how Jason plans to raise awareness for this condition in the future. Want to show off your collection? Hit us up at firstname.lastname@example.org