New Era’s The Foodies Pack 59Fifties

Since the beginning, New Era has taken pride in their ability to develop creative and unique products. The Foodies Pack brings the flavor of premier cities to a cap. Inspired by the unique culture of where New Era flagship stores are located, each cap celebrates a local culinary favorite. The series represents some of the major cities in North America while displaying some Food Favorites on the underbill. Which food is your favorite? Check all caps after the break! Caps available at corresponding New Era flagships stores and all caps available NewEraCap.com

New Era, founded and headquartered in Buffalo plays homage to the Buffalo Wing. With the letters oozing hot sauce, the cap depicts the perfect picture of what everyone loves about the city. With Buffalo wings under the lid and a mild sauce orange color exterior, this cap paints the perfect picture of Buffalo.

 

It’s safe to say that it’s nearly impossible to leave Chicago without taking a bite out of the iconic Chicago-style pizza. The Chicago cap was designed with an old school retro diner feel and an image of the infamous deep-dish pizza pasted beneath the lid.

A city rich with Hispanic heritage, the Los Angeles cap was inspired by tacos. Bright blue and pink accents make this cap pop and sublimated pictures of tacos on the under visor make anyone hungry!

As a city that grew up on Peachtree Road, New Era found it suiting to create an Atlanta cap revolving around Peaches! The Cap’s bright orange exterior and montage of peaches beneath the lid will make quite the statement out in the streets of Atlanta.

Part of the sunshine state, Miami’s bright culture and warm weather harvests some of the richest fruits, including oranges. This cap was created to express Miami’s sunny personality with a bright orange color and the defined image of oranges beneath the lid.

Toronto is an international with drawing influencing from culture all around the world yet, it’s most popular cuisine is poutine. French fries smothered in gravy and cheese curd- what’s not to like?

Last up, but not least, New Orleans, that latest edition to the New Era flagship family and home to Super Bowl 2013. Crawfish was the inspiration of this cap, coupled with a rustic font, a nod to the robust history and unique culture of the city.

Saving best for last? When it came to New York, the brand chose to create not one, but two caps. The first is based off New York’s iconic nickname “The Big Apple”. This cap features a bold red and green exterior with an image of apples beneath the lid of the cap. The second, what else other than New York style pizza! The cap is designed to emulate a pizza box.

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  1. Poutine with Toronto? wtf??? Everyone knows it originated from Québec… I’ll buy one when they make a Québec one.

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