Check out this brilliant curation of manhole covers from Japan! This sort of attention to detail is what separates good brands from great ones. If I ran a club, drain covers would be on my MUST list. Check out the sneak peak from BoingBoing. Nab the book here…
Now that New Era will be making all of our collaboration hats into the foreseeable future, we want to turn the page on the experiment that was the first run of Chupacabras and Pollos Terrible. (How fun would it be to see these designs in a 59/50? Maybe!?) Well, if you grabbed one of these guys already, you know how cool they are in real life. All those bells and whistles really made them something special. So grab em while the grabbin’s good. And at only $25! Plus you get the new patch! The rent may be too damn high but the price of these hats ain’t.
Click here to grab yours…
I want to live up to these values.
The Charleston Charlies (West Virginia) was the Pittisburg Pirates AAA franchise from 1971 to 1976.
Many Charleston residents will fondly remember the logo of the Charlies – a smiling baseball wearing a derby hat while smoking a cigar. And check this out: The logo appeared on the front page of the Charleston Gazette displaying a smile if the Charlies won, or a frown if the Charlies lost!
We will only be restocking our Official On-Field Caps. Once all of our other designs are sold out that’ll be it for that colorway. But for the Official On-Fields. We want the Clink Room to be a place where you can always find a great Official On-field cap of you favorite team.
Kick this weekend’s ass everyone!
Another inspiring look at an inspiring business supporting other inspiring businesses. As Jim Rome says “,Have a take don’t suck.”
More AquaSox Behind the scenes. as always thanks to everyone who grabbed an AquaSox X Seattle Mariners official on-field.
This round features the frog sox that eventually came to be one of the teams official hats. Also, more variations on the Minor League classic frog and a nod to the Navy base in Everett with the frog replacing the eagle in the Navy Seals inspired logo.
I heart all things Southern California.