Ebbets Field Flannels: Authentic Baseball Americana

Posted by Michael Olajide on July 23, 2013

“Every garment has to have a thread of authenticity that takes you through to something real. We don’t create out of thin air that never existed. We just happen to believe that the middle-decades of the last century were the best for graphic sports design and clothing; original, natural fabrics – not polyesters or other fabricated materials from the 80s or 90s. That doesn’t interest us.” -- Jerry Cohen.

Known for using authentic wool-blend baseball flannel, which is the same as the fabric worn at the end of the flannel era in the late 1960s. EFF remains true to the historical and sport cultural values it originated from.

Port magazine recently ran a feature on ‘Ebbets Field Flannels’ head honcho Jerry Cohen. Talking to David Hellqvist, Cohen touches on several topics, from the brands origins, reproducing 20th Century sportswear and Canadian Broadcloth Wool. You can read the article in its entirety here.

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