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Written by Maury Brown   
Friday, 25 September 2009 10:00

Spike Lee

Fans and collectors have been willing to spend over a $1,000 for limited edition basketball shoes, now, they can spend extra for limited edition caps.

New EraNew Era and Spike Lee today unveiled a limited edition cap that will see only 750 manufactured, come in a box and retail for $75.

This 59FIFTY fitted custom cap features an embroidered (raised) New York Yankees logo at front center with a stitched 1923 and 2000 at either side. The back is embroidered with the years of World Series Championship wins, New Era flag at wearer's left side, and embroidered (raised) Major League Baseball logo on the rear. Interior includes a satin lining with a printed Inaugural Season graphic, branded taping and a moisture absorbing sweatband.

New Era and Lee will release a new limited edition cap each year internationally.


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