The Yokohama Dena Bays Stars took a swing and knocked it out of the park with their latest grand slam snapback drop. The Bay Stars are based in Yokohama, Japan and play in the Central League. This release includes 9FIFTY snapbacks in a wide variety of designs, team logos and prints. These caps feature alternate logos, classic interlock logos, side patches, leopard print, arctic camouflage and more! Step up your international snapback game for the fall season with this 9FIFTY drop coming straight outta Japan. With so much to chose from in this collection, there is at least one must-have cap to suit everyones tastes. Get yours now at the Baystars Official Web Shop.
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Professional baseball team, Yokohoma DeNA Bay Stars in the Japanese Central League have revealed a slew of new hats for the 2014 season. These New Era Caps feature a mesh like material throughout with team branding on the front crown and league logo at rear. They are now available via the official Yokohoma DeNA Bay Stars. …more
Hit a home run for your international baseball collection by picking up this series of snapbacks from the Yokohama BayStars and New Era Japan. The team are based in Yokohama, Japan and play in the Central League. Included in this collection are two snapbacks. The first cap in this release comes in black, with white embroidery and a red contrast visor. A team logo is embroidered on the front, with a design on the visor, the New Era flag is on the side and a star is displayed on the back. The second cap represents the team’s home town of Yokohama proud. It is black with flashy gold detailing. The front features an alternate team logo; the New Era flag is on the left side, with a Takehiro Ishikawa commemorative side patch on the right, and “Yokohama” script is displayed on the back. Catch these superstar snapbacks caps all the way from Yokohama and add them to your collection today. They are available now at the Official BayStars Web Shop.
Fames has given us a preview of what is to come in for their custom Yokohama Baystars New Era Collection. It see’s three new fresh styles that are vibrant and great for the summer months up ahead. All three have raised “B” logo embroidery. They will soon be released via the Fames online webshop.
Our next Cap Talk is with cap collector Simon Treese all the way from Germany. Simon, A.K.A hathunter09, has a collection of 120 fitteds deep and features a sleek assortment of headwear including some team fitteds, superhero New Era hats and even his own custom 59Fifty cap design. He shares with us some funny stories about the lengths he’s gone through to get a few New Era pieces that weren’t available near him. Which include a stranger from Condom Shack?!?!? What’s on your mind? Want to show off your collection? Hit us up at email@example.com.
John Beare, original member of @CrewEra13 has an office dedicated to his shrine of New Era hats he’s collected over many years. Preferring fitted hats, non of his prized possessions are up for borrowing, trades or sale and that’s completely understandable. John really took the time to provide some in-depth concise responses to the answers we provided him so make sure you don’t miss out on his insight to the cap game. What’s on your mind? Want to show off your collection – hit us up at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SCHOOL ZONE is a brand based out of East Greenwich, Rhode Island, and is all about motivation and chasing after what you want! It was founded in 2006 by Justin Holmander, with things really picking up for the company in 2012. A unique aspect of SCHOOL ZONE that sets them apart is that they only make snapback hats – no fitteds, tees or hoodies. The brand’s owner, Justin Holmander, states: “We’re very passionate about hats and are bringing a new perspective to headwear akin to the massive level of connoisseurship in sneakers.” SCHOOL ZONE’s has a history collaborating with New Era and each hat is inspired by a certain theme or story. The brand is also very involved in social media – interacting with their customers, as well as sponsoring athletes and musicians. NECTalk recently caught up with Justin Holmander to see what’s on his 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
Along with sneaker matching and wild customs Ecap City is ahead of the curve with unique designs that are separating them from the rest of the pack. Just look at two pieces from their weekly drops. The first cap is a Detroit Tigers custom done in understated colors of white and cream. The differentiating aspect of this toned down cap is the Detroit Tigers logo, which is threaded in matching cream, has dropped the “D”.
With St.Valentines around the corner, Fames will be releasing the New York Yankees, Los Angeles Dodgers and the Baystars New Era “St.Valentines” Day fitted caps. Coming in a black colorway these fitteds feature team logos in white on the front panel and a Swarovski crystal shaped heart to the wearers left side. They are available immediately for pre-order and officially release February 10th 2009 exclusively @Fames .