Ebbets Field Flannels is committed to bringing the quality, beauty and craftsmanship of mid-Century American athletic garments to a 21st Century. Focusing on non-major league history such as the Negro leagues and the pre-1958 Pacific Coast League gave the company a unique twist, and brought relatively unknown baseball history to the public at large. Today, Ebbets Field Flannels products can be seen in movies such as “’42” the Jackie Robinson Story, as well as TV shows and plays, and have appeared on major league diamonds in numerous “Turn Back The Clock” games.
Fueled by his life-long passion for sports emblems and uniforms, Co-founder Jerry Cohen became obsessed, and eventually tracked down some old wool baseball flannel and had a few shirts made for himself. When people literally wanted to buy the shirt off his back, Ebbets Field Flannels was born. If you haven’t already, check out their website to scope the full range of caps and uniforms. Better yet, make sure you’re signed up for this month’s Made In ‘Merica Giveaway for your chance to win a custom made Country Archer Ebbets cap.