Friday Find: Animal Bike New Era Hats

by 2 January 27, 2012 0 Comments

This weeks Friday Find comes from our friends at Animal Bikes. These hats dubbed the "Amazins" come in your choice of two colorways. Since these were release over a year ago stock is low on sizes, but at the price of $10 for a rare New Era you really can't go wrong. Animal is a local bmx brand with NYC/NJ roots. Their team of riders are well known for their "street" style, which to those not in the know is what you'd call grinding on anything you'd see in a real street setting. Animals inception came back in 2000 and are now known globally in and out of the BMX world. Animal were always awesome to me back when I was riding on the regular so hopefully we can return the favor by helping to liquidate the rest of their stock. If you run a size 7 3/4,  7 7/8 or 8 they got you covered. If you have a smaller head and want to track down a lid, try searching the net for another retailer that may have some left. Click these links to shop: BLUE/ORANGE BLACK/BLUE/ORANGE


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