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In the late 1800s, an American professor was credited with bringing baseball to Japan, and a century later; Ivy League fashion would also be absorbed and developed by their culture. Today, Japan is a leader in sartorial streetwear, and our new MLB collaboration with UNITED ARROWS & SONS x Hombre Nino seems to be a symbol of mutual influence the two regions have on each other when it comes to sport and style. Purveyors of elevated street fashion in Japan, Poggy (of UA&S) and YOPPI (of Hombre Nino), also have an affinity for baseball, which drove their idea to enhance...

’47 Global Artist Project

The Global Artist Project is a unique expression of ’47’s sports licensed headwear and apparel delivered through the creative lenses of artists from around the world. In response to the growing popularity of Major League Baseball abroad, ’47 tapped into Monorex — an international collective of creative talent — to enlist artists who could carry out ’47’s vision of bringing fresh, authentic and original designs to the global sports lifestyle community. The artwork submitted now proudly lives on ’47’s premier headwear and apparel, as one of our most unique and exciting offerings to date. Six MLB teams are represented in...

We created a limited Super Bowl XXXII: Denver Broncos collection to celebrate the individual and collective achievement against great odds. SUPER BOWL XXXII: Denver Broncos SUPER BOWL XXXII: Denver Broncos SUPER BOWL XXXII: Denver Broncos SUPER BOWL XXXII: Denver Broncos SUPER BOWL XXXII: Denver Broncos SUPER BOWL XXXII: Denver Broncos SUPER BOWL XXXII: Denver Broncos SUPER BOWL XXXII: Denver Broncos SUPER BOWL XXXII: Denver Broncos Entering Super Bowl XXXII, AFC teams had lost 13 straight. As 12 point underdogs against the defending champion Green Bay Packers, the Denver Broncos seemed destined for a 39th year without a championship. Packers’ QB...

NE Revs X ’47

Delighting fans and pushing the game of soccer forward, players are known for injecting creativity into their style of play. Inspired by this approach, we aimed to capture this same creativity off the field with a special project. As a proud partner of the MLS, we teamed up with Jermaine Jones, Lee Nguyen, Kevin Alston and Darrius Barnes of the New England Revolution to develop a special edition headwear collection. Using premium fabrics and a variety of Revs logos, our designers worked intimately with each player to bring his unique style to ‘47 headwear. The only shot to score a...

‘47 visited Gainesville to explore the history of Florida Gators football. After examining images and memorabilia, we created the ‘47 ARCHIVE: Florida Gators collection. '47 ARCHIVE: Florida Gators '47 ARCHIVE: Florida Gators '47 ARCHIVE: Florida Gators '47 ARCHIVE: Florida Gators '47 ARCHIVE: Florida Gators   A founding member of the SEC in 1932, the University of Florida football program didn’t achieve consistent success until the 1960’s. The hiring of Ray Graves as head coach in 1960, for a salary of $18,500, turned things around and kicked off the “Silver Sixties”. In 1966, the Gators’ recorded their first major bowl victory,...

The Pittsburgh Steelers host the Arizona Cardinals in Week 6, a rematch of Super Bowl XLIII. SUPER BOWL XLIII: Pittsburgh Steelers The Steelers comeback victory over the Cardinals in 2009 is certainly one of the most memorable Super Bowls of all time. Looking for their second Super Bowl victory in four years, the Steelers were favored against a Cardinals team led by the resurgent veteran, Kurt Warner. Leading 17-7 at halftime, the Steelers had Super Bowl #6 in sight after James Harrison’s Super Bowl-record 100-yard interception return for a touchdown. With the Steelers up 20-7 in the fourth quarter, the...

Introducing Gypsy Sport

Driven by the entrepreneurial spirit of our founders, we collaborate with those who share our passion for creativity and innovation. These qualities are clear in Gypsy Sport. Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport Gypsy Sport’s “athleisure” aesthetic is born out of designer Rio Uribe’s obsession with sport logos and jerseys. By deconstructing these familiar elements, Rio creates something new that is grounded in sport and yet distinctly unconventional. Gypsy Sport’s...

Super Bowl I: Green Bay Packers

To celebrate the 50th Super Bowl, the NFL is highlighting 19 Super Bowl rematches in the 2015 regular season. In Week 3, the Green Bay Packers host the Kansas City Chiefs in a rematch of Super Bowl I. SUPER BOWL I: Green Bay Packers On January 15, 1967, the Packers faced the Chiefs in the first NFL-AFL World Championship, later known as Super Bowl I, at Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles. The Packers were heavily favored, as the Chiefs and the entire AFL were still seeking recognition as a true rival to the NFL. With 60 million people watching, the...

’47 Archive: Auburn Tigers

Auburn University has the 12th most wins in major college football history. Since they began competing in 1892, the Tigers have recorded 5 national championships, 12 conference championships, and 22 bowl titles. Along with Heisman Trophy winners such as Bo Jackson and Cam Newton, Auburn has amassed team and individual achievements that demand respect. ‘47 ARCHIVE is our way of honoring the history of programs such as Auburn. After extensive research, we created a collection of headwear and apparel inspired by Auburn Tigers history. WAR EAGLE: The War Eagle legend dates back over 100 years. Although the exact origin of...

The University of Tennessee has a rich football history. From “Rocky Top” to the checkerboard end zones of Neyland Stadium, UT has inspired some truly iconic traditions. ’47 ARCHIVE is a chance to reaffirm the amazing history of storied programs such as UT. Our ’47 ARCHIVE: Tennessee Volunteers collection is directly inspired by two historic football seasons. 1970-1971: The Vols, coached by Bill Battle, had a 10-1 record their first year at Neyland Stadium. Led by a notoriously strong running game, the Vols ran their way to face Air Force in the Sugar Bowl. But with a surprise shift in...

686 x 47

Today we unveil our new collaboration with 686, a global leader and innovator of snow technical apparel. The collaboration blends 686’s experience crafting technical outerwear with ’47’s deep roots in collegiate headwear and apparel. At its foundation, the project is built upon mutual respect and a shared commitment to progression. Together, 686 x ‘47 have created a collegiate tech capsule collection for the Winter 2015-2016 season. Featuring a mix of outerwear, tech apparel, water resistant headwear and accessories, the 686 x ‘47 collection delivers a crisp aesthetic that blends futuristic camo patterns and classic collegiate logos with technical progression. The...

Gourmet x ’47

Today, we’re pleased to announce our latest collaboration: Gourmet x ’47. The history of ‘47 as a brand and a family will always influence what we create. In Gourmet, we found a partner that applies a similar lense to the past in order to inspire its future. In fact, the thread of Italian heritage in the ‘47 and Gourmet families traces back to the same province in Italy. It’s in celebration of this common journey that Gourmet x ’47 comes to life at the forefront of sports and fashion. The collection itself features iconic patterns and materials, from stained glass...

Lou Brissie was a highly recruited collegiate pitcher who put his career on hold to join the army during WWII. While fighting in the mountains of northern Italy, he was struck by shrapnel from a German shell and suffered a devastating leg injury. Doctors insisted on amputating but Brissie defied them, refusing to give up on his MLB dream. In 1947, after countless surgeries, he made his major league debut for the Philadelphia Athletics at Yankee Stadium. In a 1948 game against the Boston Red Sox, Ted Williams, a veteran himself, hit a line drive off Brissie’s leg brace. Williams...

Chicago White Sox 1917 World Series Uniform The history of baseball is long and rich, but one era, in particular, showcased baseball’s ability to transcend sport to unite society. The World War I & II times in the United States were taxing. Men served in dangerous missions overseas while women stepped up into the workplace to fill employment voids; daily American life, to say the least, was full of stress, fear, and uncertainty. But one constant helped bring distraction and happiness to the country. The game of baseball. Throughout the war periods, baseball carried on. Not only did teams continue...