Animal print is not for everyone but it is hard to deny how dope these new UNDRCRWN snapbacks are. These leopard and and snakeskin caps pay homage to the off-court 70s style of Walt ‘Clyde’ Frazier. They are part of UNDRCRWN’s 2011 Holiday collection and will be available worldwide at select boutiques and online starting Thursday December 8, 2011.
I don’t know that this was the best decision by New Era, I can see PETA going crazy over this. I like the idea though, it’s nice to see some materials other than the traditional ones. The collection includes hats made from textured wool, tri-suede, suede elephant, fur, faux snakeskin, and canvas cord.
Our friends over at E THE REAL just released a preview of their new Skyscraper Snapback. Its got a clean look, original design, and is reasonably priced at $25 bucks. Although these won’t be officially released until July 1st, E THE REAL will be debuting the Snapbacks at Section 8 KC where they will be available in limited quantities. For those of you who don’t know, Section 8 is an upcoming event taking place at the Crossroads in Kansas City, MO. If you can’t make it to the show be sure to pick a Skyscraper Snapback at E THE REAL’s webstore on July 1st. Keep an eye out for more E THE REAL gear coming soon. This is just 1 of 5 new pieces they are releasing this summer.
That corduroy joint is one of the dopest fitted’s that I’ve laid my eyes on. I really need to find where to get a hold of these here in the states. They just started shipping to all their accounts, but I have a feeling majority of those accounts are located in Europe. Anyone from Europe that reads this, hit me up! Two other hats after the jump.
Dope Couture just dropped their newest snapback, the Avenue Snapback. The cotton twill and suede hat features the same attention to detail that we’ve come to expect from Dope Couture, based out of Bloomington, IN. This is a limited run so don’t sleep on this one. The snapback hat is available through Dope Couture’s own webstore.
For some reason, when i first seen this feature on a fitted it became one of my favorite accents you could use on a hat, corduroy. Here we have a couple fitteds droppin’ from Elm Company here in the near future, no set release date yet. Two different colorways as of right now.