Limited Edition SWAROVSKI X New Era 2.0 New York Yankees Cap Available at Hat Heaven

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BRONX, NY – 07-18-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — True-blue Yankee fans will love this: Swarovski has once again collaborated with New Era to create unique New York Yankees fitted caps with the famous 1999 World Series side patch.

 The release of New Era’s and Swarovski’s brand-new New York Yankees hat marks their second high-profile collaboration. These types of crossovers do not happen frequently so the latest hat release will most likely keep MLB and hat enthusiasts on the edges of their seats. Hat Heaven will be carrying this unique fitted at our store. Here are the key details of the New Era x Swarovski 2.0 Collection:

  • Name: New Era x SWAROVSKI 2.0 New York Yankees Navy Cooperstown 1999 World Series 59Fifty Fitted
  • Sizes: 7 through 8
  • Country of origin (COO): Made in USA
  • Material: 100% Synthetic wool
  • Crown color: Midnight navy
  • Visor color: Midnight navy
  • Button color: Midnight navy
  • Front logo color: White
  • Rear logo color: Light royal blue/scarlet/white
  • New Era logo color: White
  • Side patch details: Genuine Swarovski crystals overlaid onto heat-sealed patch in official MLB colors
  • Undervisor color: Grey
  • Sweatband color: Black
  • Manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP): $69.99

The side patches (commemorating the Yankees’ victory in the 1999 World Series) of the hats are the focal point of the latest project. Details include carefully placed clear crystals over heat-sealed patches, creating the illusion of colored Swarovski crystals. Here is a quick recap of their first collaboration: Swarovski and New Era snapbacks’ front logos were decorated with crystals, which unfortunately increased the weight of the cap and didn’t complement the hat’s overall aesthetic.Quality over quantity; New Era fans may be pleased to know that the latest hats are produced in the brand’s USA factories. This means that the wool materials feature a poly-blend, which makes the stitching ever-so-slightly lighter than the standard variants. The MLB rear logos are also embroidered as per Cooperstown style. Since they are not raised, the logos stay true to the classic look of late 1990s baseball.Due to the rarity of this special 59FIFTY fitted style (only available at a handful of retailers), supplies are expected to be extremely limited and not replenishable in the near future. Once these hats are sold out, interested buyers and fans might need to consider taking the aftermarket route.At Hat Heaven, we only have one of these caps in stock and you will need to order soon. If you are interested in copping one, you must enter the qualifying promo code: CRYSTAL upon checking out. All orders without this code will be cancelled (rules are subject to change without prior notice). If you have further sales inquiries, do not hesitate to relay them to Hat Heaven’s sales representatives.  About Hat HeavenFounded in 1986, Hat Heaven (https://hatheaven.com/) is a designer of premium headwear. We are a family owned and operated business that manages brick-and-mortar stores in the South Bronx for more than three decades. Our hat collections feature a diverse array of innovative materials and colorways that are constantly evolving. Inspired by streetwear, pop culture, and footwear elements, we strive to create hats that reflect traditional, current, and future trends.

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