Whatever you’re watching sport or walking in the street. Whatever you’re wearing sportswear or business casual. Wearing a New Era Cleveland Browns NFL The League 9FORTY Cap – Brown is the best addition to your attire. These New Era Cleveland Browns NFL The League 9FORTY Cap – Brown come in most of UK sizes. Get them here or directly at Skatehut
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Features:Official Cleveland Browns Name Logo Embroidered at FrontFully Adjustable 9FORTY ProfileClose Fitting Contoured Crown and Curved VisorWoven Team Wordmark Label on Hook-and-Loop ClosureNew Era Flag Embroidered to Left SideOne Size Fits MostMaterial:100% Woven PolyesterAs the only team in the NFL that has brown as its official team colour, there'll be no doubting who you support when you pull on this official Cleveland Browns on-field replica cap.
About New Era
It’s simple, there is only ONE brand of Baseball Caps on Earth and it’s New Era. At Fashion Geek, we only wear New Era hats.
In 1920, Ehrhardt Koch borrowed $5,000 from his aunt and started his own cap company, the “E. Koch Cap Company.” Production started on the third floor of 1830 Genesee Street in Buffalo, New York. The company started with 14 employees, including Ehrhardt’s sister Rose, Ehrhardt’s son, Harold, and Rose’s son Wally Domas. In 1920, the company produced 60,000 caps.
In 1934, New Era began producing caps for the Cleveland Indians, which would be their first Major League Baseball (MLB) contract. In 1954, the company’s fitted pro cap was modernized, redesigned and named the 59Fifty, aka the “Brooklyn Style” cap, by Harold Koch, who introduced many design improvements and innovations while head of New Era. By 1965, New Era was supplying caps to about 10 of the 20 MLB teams. In 1993, New Era was granted the first exclusive license with MLB to produce the on-field baseball caps for all teams.
In 2001, Chris Koch was named CEO. In the 2010s, while New Era had long been associated with baseball, the company focused on delving into football and other sports leagues. In 2012, it acquired full exclusive sideline rights for the National Football League (NFL). In 2013, New Era signed with Australian cricket’s Big Bash League as their official cap provider. New Era signed an additional deal in 2015 with Manchester United. In 2017, New Era signed exclusive rights for NBA on-court product. This made New Era the first headwear company to have exclusive rights for MLB, the NFL, and the NBA simultaneously.
It was announced on August 13, 2016, that New Era and the Buffalo Bills reached an agreement for naming rights for Ralph Wilson Stadium.1 The Bills and New Era officially announced the stadium’s new name of New Era Field five days later, on August 18, 2016.2 After the Bills released CEO Russ Brandon in May 2018, New Era hired Brandon in an executive position.3 A day later, New Era denied the hiring had taken place.4 The Athletic, which made the initial claim, continues to insist the hiring happened and that Brandon had been quietly fired after the story broke.5