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Flatbush Tonal Interlock

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MADE IN THE USA

DOMED CROWN TOP
FLAT BILL
100% COTTON TWILL
COLOR : BLACK / BLACK & AGED CHARCOAL

THE STORY
Each year the faithful Flatbush residents would fill Ebbets Field on Sullivan Avenue to cheer on Dem Bums. The cathedral-esc ball field brought hope and life to the Brooklyn neighborhood as each season, with the exception of 1955, ended in a wait ‘til next year. Flatbush played an integral part in changing American society, serving as center stage to the desegregation of our national pastime on April 15, 1947 when Jackie Robinson took the field for the Dodgers. It is only fitting that we aligned the Dodger blue color way within this cap.

Our signature pattern offers mid-profile architecture in line with the fit of vintage caps. We line the interior with 100% cotton khaki finishes along with salt and pepper buckram that matches. Our flat bill visor has a tonal wool undervisor that matches the color of the cap. Plastic snapback closures provide flexibility in size and fit.

Our devoted creation process has led us to carefully source an American made woven cotton twill fabric. We have implemented the soft and sturdy thread into our signature mid profile silhouette, producing an authentic fit and feel. The process begins with the weaving together of the 100% cotton twill fibers. The joining of these threads create a hand feel and weight that is unmatched. Resting at 7.5 ounces per square yard our 100% cotton twill produces a thread count of 83x48. This density allows for it to run smoothly through our manufacturing process. The woven twill is then carefully dyed into a flavorful color palette and sourced in 100 yard rolls. The result is an unrivaled softness and robust color assortment, all which make it destined to be a HOOD hat.

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100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON ALL HATS

$50.00

Details

MADE IN THE USA

DOMED CROWN TOP
FLAT BILL
100% COTTON TWILL
COLOR : BLACK / BLACK & AGED CHARCOAL

THE STORY
Each year the faithful Flatbush residents would fill Ebbets Field on Sullivan Avenue to cheer on Dem Bums. The cathedral-esc ball field brought hope and life to the Brooklyn neighborhood as each season, with the exception of 1955, ended in a wait ‘til next year. Flatbush played an integral part in changing American society, serving as center stage to the desegregation of our national pastime on April 15, 1947 when Jackie Robinson took the field for the Dodgers. It is only fitting that we aligned the Dodger blue color way within this cap.

100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON ALL HATS

$50.00


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