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New Era Hats Canada
New Era Hats Canada
New Era Hats Canada

New Era Hats Canada ®  Presents ATC™   Authentic

   Brooklyn Excelsior were the first to wear caps of this style and got so famous that everyone wanted to wear it. New Era Hats Canada offers ATC or Authentic caps that are a modern-day baseball cap that came about in the world in 1860.

Our ATC features a rounded crown, a long-curved peak or brim, and a button top. The style of the cap got the name of “Brooklyn Style” cap and it was not long when it quickly became one of the most popular cap styles on this planet.

The peak or brim of our ATC would help you protect your eyes from the sun and a team’s logo is typically embroidered with original quality wool onto the front of the cap. They have a short to medium sized brim in front that is curved and is typically attached to 6-quarter panels with a button at the top.

ATC is normally sewn in sections or panels and have a matching button in the crown which is fabric-covered to add style to your cap. The peak or brim is particularly stiffened by a sewn-in piece of hard material so that nothing can stand in the way of your style. New Era Hats  Canada traditionally makes the ATC caps with a fitted shape however they can also be found with adjustable backs made from snaps, Velcro and various other adjustable closures.

New Era Hats Canada ®

New Era Hats offers New Era caps that are a type of baseball caps which reflects American tradition. Our New Era cap’s style is also suggested as ‘The Common Man’s Crown’ by New York Times and is one of the most desired and common caps which is worn by men, women and children all around the world.

As we provide you with the modest, casual yet classy, and easy to wear New Era caps, they are great grab and go to hats. The back of cap has sizing fixtures or adjusters so that they are quickly and without much fuss adjusted to fit any person.

If you have long hair and specially for women; you can wear the cap in a ponytail manner where you can pull your hair through the gap on the back of the cap above the adjustor living up to the fashion of the time.

They have a short to medium sized brim in front that is flat and is typically attached to 6-quarter panels with a button at the top. Our New Era hats are normally sewn in sections or panels and have a matching button in the crown which is fabric-covered to add style to your cap.

Traditionally the peak or the brim is worn over the eyes, or you can wear you New Era backwards at other angles, reflecting the golden era hip-hop culture. Our New Era is not just a baseball hat but arguably one of the most popular styles in United States as well in Canada.

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New Era Hats Canada® Knit

Our Knit cap is made of original and quality wool with a little touch of Lycra fibers for shape retention for an unbothered style. Our New Era Hats present Knit collection also uses premium acrylic yarn that is so comfortable that you would not ever take it off. You do not have to work so hard on your style as you would look stylish effortlessly with our toque lineup.

New Era Hats have specifically designed this range to provide you with warmth in cold weather and a touch of fashion to make you stand out the crowd. Naturally, our Knit cap collection is of minimalistic style yet classy having tapering constructions and we provide you with its multiple variants at your disposal. Historically, the wool Knit cap was an extremely common style and product for people working outdoors in the 18th century. Our Knit caps have folded brim as well as none at all – depending upon your taste.

They can be worn while fitting the head or remain loose on top. Our Knit variants also include beanies which can hug the top of the head and those that remain unstretched. The world where climate demands a warm hat but allows you to have your unique style being warm, cozy and stylish; you can always count on our Knit collection to outperform many of the variants in the market.
Our customers are extremely satisfied with our products, so when are you getting your Knit?

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