Today, international sports and lifestyle brand, New Era Cap Co., Inc., launches the New Era 2019 Official NFL Training Camp Collectionfeaturing a performance fabric and an impactful yet understated design with simplified team logos on a white cap. The New Era 2019 Official NFL Training Camp Collection, featuring the NFL 100 logo on the cap’s closure, is available at neweracap.com, as well as major sporting goods and headwear retailers for a retail price range of $30-$40 USD.
“With the New Era 2019 Official NFL Training Camp Collection, we have created a stylish performance cap that will show your team pride while keeping you cool and dry,” said Ryan DiNunzio, Director of Football and Soccer at New Era Cap. “Whether you’re in the middle of an intense workout out or completing an athleisure look, this collection has an option for everyone.”
The New Era 2019 Official NFL Training Camp Collection offers a mix of silhouettes for men and women, including the 39THIRTY® Stretch-Fit, 9TWENTY® Adjustable, 9FIFTY Snapback, Women’s 9TWENTY® Adjustable, Panama Bucket, Training Bucket and Training Visor. Each cap features a team logo on the front with a unique team color stripe on the front of the brim and the back of the cap. These caps will be worn by NFL players during NFL Training Camp this year.
New Era is also excited to introduce its ambassadors for the 2019 NFL season who will be featured in New Era creative campaigns for the brand’s NFL products. This year’s lineup includes newcomers like Carolina Panthers’ running back Christian McCaffrey, Chicago Bears’ running back Tarik Cohen and Seattle Seahawks’ wide receiver Tyler Lockett. Returning ambassadors include San Francisco 49ers’ quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, Pittsburgh Steelers’ wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster, New York Jets’ safety Jamal Adams and New York Giants’ wide receiver Sterling Shepard.
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