New Era Caps is a company with a very rich history that dates back to New York in 1920. New Era Caps are the only caps worn by players in the MLB and minor leagues and also is the top choice of the NHL, NBA, and most major colleges in the US. Any time you turn on the TV it seems, you will see either athletes or celebrities wearing these caps. Everyone from rappers to news anchors can be seen wearing New Era Caps while out in public. Obviously the news people don’t wear the hats on the job but if you’ve seen them in public, they often sport their favorite team’s cap. Celebrities such as Jason Lee (My Name Is Earl) are rarely seen without their favorite team cap on.
59FIFTY is probably the most common brand created and distributed by New Era Caps. These are “fitted” so they fit your head much better and don’t have those irritating little snaps that cheaper brands may have. There are 9 different sizes available so everyone can wear them. This is the style that you will catch most rock stars, hip-hop artists, and celebrities wearing while out on the town. Some of the more common MLB hats you’ll see celebrities wearing are for the New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox, or LA Dodgers. These are all very popular teams that are based in large cities where celebrities tend to hang out. Also the Red Sox have long been a favored underdog team for almost 50 years until just recently so their popularity has boomed even more.
In addition to sports teams, New Era Caps come in many other styles that people love. You can find all kinds of logos, brand names, or even comic book characters on them so they make a great gift for friends, family, or even yourself.
While the New Era Hats styled for baseball teams are definitely the most popular, it’s the college hats that can really show people what you are all about. Having pride in your college can be very important and is also a great conversation starter. If you are ever in New York or LA and happen to see a celebrity wearing the same college cap as you, you instantly have something to introduce yourself with instead of saying “I loved that last movie you were in” because they get that all the time.