APRIL 2014
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Product Details
Based in Seattle, Ebbets Field Flannels constructs old-style caps, based on the dimensions of a Cleveland Indians hat from the 1950s, with faithfully recreated logos of obscure teams. We teamed up with the brand's designers to add exclusive colors to some of their classic styles. Owned by the first woman elected to the Hall of Fame, Effa Manley, the Brooklyn Eagles played at the legendary Ebbets Field during their one year of existence before merging with the Newark Dodgers to form the Newark Eagles.
  • Cotton twill.
  • USA.
Product Details
Ebbets Field Flannels is known for its faithful reproductions of vintage baseball paraphernalia—each historical team logo is carefully researched and authenticated by the experts and aficionados at Ebbets before being applied to the cap, a design based on an original 1954 Cleveland Indians hat. Founded in 1903, the Portland Beavers are one of the original teams of the Pacific Coast League. This logo is a rare find, since they were also known as the Browns, Ducks, Lucky Beavers, Buckaroos, Giants and Webfoots over their 100-plus-year history.
  • Poly/cotton.
  • USA.
Product Details
Ebbets Field Flannels is known for its faithful reproductions of vintage baseball paraphernalia—each historical team logo is carefully researched and authenticated by the experts and aficionados at Ebbets before being applied to the cap, a design based on an original 1954 Cleveland Indians hat. An independent club in Bismarck, North Dakota, the Churchills were an integrated team more than a decade before Jackie Robinson broke the Major League barrier. In 1935 they won the championship behind the pitching of a young Satchel Paige.
  • Cotton twill.
  • USA.
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  • Alejandro, one of our men's merchants, takes our classic Ebbets Field Flannels ball cap out on the road (and breaks down how he keeps it clean).


SO FRESH AND SO CLEAN
“I own four Ebbets hats, and they break in very nicely after a few wears. To clean them, I run them through the dishwasher (making sure they’re on the top rack and securely pinned). I remove them before the drying cycle begins and air-dry them over a bowl so they keep their shape. Otherwise, soak them in soapy water, rub with a toothbrush and let air-dry,” says Jandro.