FELT and MLB Put A Personal Touch on New Era 59FIFTY Caps

A baseball collaboration bringing the heat this summer.

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This summer, upgrade your favorite New Era 59FIFTY Cap with a new collaboration from FELT x MLB x New Era. With this official MLB collaboration, FELT is helping everyone from true baseball fans to any owner of a classic Yankees cap celebrate the summer season.

Featuring butterfly- and nature-inspired embroidery by FELT, the collaboration includes caps and white t-shirts for the Yankees, Mets, Astros, Marlins, Diamondbacks, Red Sox, Padres and Rays. The FELT x MLB x New Era collaboration comes in a range of sizes to fit all fans, no matter how big or small. Staying true to the brand’s acronym “For Every Living Thing,” the lookbook, shot by Jiggy, shows the caps styled on kids from the Inwood Academy Trailblazers.

 

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Describing FELT as a creative collective of friends, the brand’s founder Kristian Acosta is excited about this project as it holds a special place in his heart. “Growing up in Colombia, most of what I thought I knew about America was represented by the Yankees logo that my grandfather would sport everyday and all the memorabilia he had in his office,” says Acosta. “Even with very little understanding, I knew how monumental that logo was, how special it made people feel around the world.”

The FELT x MLB x New Era caps are now available online at the brand’s website and worldwide at various retailers and MLB baseball stadiums. While several of the teams’ hats are now sold out, fans can stay updated on a restock by following FELT.

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