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Flushing II

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MADE IN THE USA

DOMED CROWN TOP
FLAT BILL
100% MERINO WOOL
COLOR : BALL FIELD / ORANGE & IVORY

THE STORY
Flushing, home to the sound of the 7 train which rumbles along its elevated tracks around the north-central pocket of the Queens borough. Its former destination, Shea Stadium, provided New York with a baseball sanctuary, adorned with hanging orange and royal tile. The Amazin’ Mets, who expanded into the National League in 1962, adopted their color-way from the vacated New York National League clubs that came before them. The grounds of Shea Stadium, which closed in 2008,  have written the script for monumental Octobers. From the improbable 1969 Miracle Mets to 1986, where a Mookie Wilson grounder slid under the glove of Bill Buckner.

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 carefully sourced Australian Merino Wool adorns our signature mid profile fit and is the finest wool in the world. The smooth yet dense woolen yarns obtain their handfeel through a 2x2 process, where two yarns are twisted into one. This unique action upholds the softness of the wool while strengthening it to face the manufacturing process. The rotated yarns are then woven and dyed into a breathable, vibrant color palette. The tinted woven wool is then scoured, eliminating any imperfections while intensifying the color vibrancy. The result is an unmatched softness, breathability and color vitality, all which make it destined to be a HOOD hat.

100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON ALL HATS

$60.00

Details

MADE IN THE USA

DOMED CROWN TOP
FLAT BILL
100% MERINO WOOL
COLOR : BALL FIELD / ORANGE & IVORY

THE STORY
Flushing, home to the sound of the 7 train which rumbles along its elevated tracks around the north-central pocket of the Queens borough. Its former destination, Shea Stadium, provided New York with a baseball sanctuary, adorned with hanging orange and royal tile. The Amazin’ Mets, who expanded into the National League in 1962, adopted their color-way from the vacated New York National League clubs that came before them. The grounds of Shea Stadium, which closed in 2008,  have written the script for monumental Octobers. From the improbable 1969 Miracle Mets to 1986, where a Mookie Wilson grounder slid under the glove of Bill Buckner.

100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON ALL HATS

$60.00


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