New Era Cap Drops Red Sox World Series Champion Collection with Hats and Knits

While Boston fans thank 2018 World Series MVP Steve Pearce for his huge home runs in the last series of the season, New Era has dropped Red Sox World Series merch to celebrate.

New Era, the official on-field cap of the MLB, has announced five different styles as part of its 2018 World Series Champions Collection. It includes the Locker Room 39THIRTY and 9TWENTY, the official locker room caps worn by the Red Sox after winning the World Series, as well as the Locker Room Knit, a special championship knit that flaunts “World Series Champs” at the crown.

Additionally, the collection offers the Parade 9FIFTY, a snapback that features the World Series trophy (it will be worn by the team as they celebrate in the streets of Boston); the Side Patch, which boasts a woven or LiquidChrome side patch commemorating the 2018 champs with a Red Sox logo at the front (available in eight silhouettes); and finally, the Lifestyle Patch, that reps a matte World Series Champion LiquidChrome side patch with either a stitched monochromatic team logo or a stitched white team logo.

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“For 162 games, the Boston Red Sox have come to the ball park, put on their New Era caps giving it their best day in and day out,” said Tim Shanahan, Director of Baseball at New Era Cap, in a statement. “We are excited that the Red Sox and their fans will now be able to put on their authentic New Era 2018 World Series Champions caps and celebrate their path to a World Championship season.”

The entire New Era 2018 World Series Champions collection is available now at NewEraCap.com and at most sporting good and headwear retailers. Prices range from $28 to $40.

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Source: New Era

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