Represent Your Team With the New Era NBA Authentics: 2018 Tip Off Series

The NBA season is back, making it a perfect time to get some gear to represent your favorite team on the hardcourt. New Era has put together a new collection to kick off the NBA season, debuting the New Era NBA Authentics: 2018 Tip Off Series collection, with items for all 30 teams in the league.


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Ranging in colors, styles, and multiple collections, the New Era hats have uniquely-designed patches on the caps inspired by the state/city of the teams, along with the official logo patch for each team on the front.

The four different collections in the series include: the Team Color, Olive Green, Black, and 2Tone styles.

“Players and fans look for style, personality and unique details in their headwear, and the New Era NBA Authentics: 2018 Tip Off Series delivers on all of those desires,” said John Connors, Director of Arena Sports for New Era Cap in a press release. “We’re on the cusp of another exhilarating NBA season and now fans have the right gear to rep their city in style.”


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Here’s a detailed rundown of styles from New Era on the NBA Authentics: 2018 Tip Off Series:

Team Color Collection: This collection of monotone caps features the team’s primary color and logo. Available in the 9FIFTY, HIGH CROWN 9FIFTY, RETRO CROWN 9FIFTY, 59FIFTY, 9TWENTY, 39THIRTY, 29TWENTY and Knit silhouettes.
Olive Green Collection: This collection showcases the team’s logo on an Army green cap. Available in the 9FIFTY, HIGH CROWN 9FIFTY, RETRO CROWN 9FIFTY, 59FIFTY, 9TWENTY, and Knit silhouettes.
Black Collection: This collection capitalizes on the current black-out trend, featuring a black logo on a black cap. Available in the 9FIFTY, HIGH CROWN 9FIFTY, RETRO CROWN 9FIFTY, 59FIFTY, 9TWENTY, and Knit silhouettes.
2Tone Collection: This collection combines the team’s color scheme to create a two-tone cap featuring the franchise’s logo. Available in the 9FIFTY, HIGH CROWN 9FIFTY, RETRO CROWN 9FIFTY, 59FIFTY, and 9TWENTY silhouettes.

The New Era NBA Authentics: 2018 Tip Off Series are available for men, women, and kids at the New Era website, and at many sporting goods and headwear retailers. Retail prices range from $ 24-$ 32 USD. Check out the full collection at the New Era website.

Here’s a look at some of the New Era NBA Authentics: 2018 Tip Off Series styles:

New Era NBA Authentics: 2018 Tip Off Series
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New Era NBA Authentics: 2018 Tip Off Series
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New Era NBA Authentics: 2018 Tip Off Series
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New Era NBA Authentics: 2018 Tip Off Series
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New Era NBA Authentics: 2018 Tip Off Series
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New Era NBA Authentics: 2018 Tip Off Series
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New Era NBA Authentics: 2018 Tip Off Series
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New Era NBA Authentics: 2018 Tip Off Series
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