We all know that “Women Can Wear Caps Too” and Courtney James steps up to the plate and leads by example with her team infested New Era Cap collection. Courtney explains her favorite style of New Era, her preference in fit and “What’s on her mind”. Read her story after the jump. What’s on your mind? Want to show off your collection – hit us up at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Name: Courtney James
Where are you from? Wyoming!
Social handles: @kneejo15 twitter and Instagram
We recently released an article dubbed “Women Can Wear Caps Too!” – Do you think more women should wear hats?
I definitely think women should wear more hats, they’re functional and stylish.
Based on your photo it looks like your into onfield authentics – what do you like about them?
I love the way 5950′s fit and I love being able to wear what the pros wear.
What do you prefer wool, polyester or diamond era authentics?
I like them all but I prefer polyester.
Which hat is located in the front row second from the right?
That’s the Salt Lake Bees home on field cap.
When did you get into collecting hats?
I started collecting about 3 or 4 years ago but it’s really taken off in the last year or so.
I was able to pick that hat up on the New Era website, I love the way the green and gold look together on it.
Are you happy with the amount of caps you have or are you going to continue growing your collection?
My collection will always continue to grow, I love collecting caps.
What would you say is New Era’s best release to date?
I really love the MLB Stars and Stripes caps, they’re a great way to honor the US and the men and women that serve.
In your opinion who has the nicest collection you’ve seen to date?
I’ve never seen a cap collection I don’t like.
What is your favorite place to shop?
There’s not a lot of options here in Wyoming, so I mostly shop online. I personally love neweracap.com
What one piece of advice do you have for fellow cap collectors?
Collect what you like, I’d never buy something I hate “just to have it”
Any final words?
I just want to say thanks for letting me kind of represent for the lady cap collectors out there.