‘TRON: Legacy’ Giveaway: Win a ‘TRON: Legacy’-Inspired Baseball Cap from New Era

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New Era Debuts New Line of ‘Vintage Disney’ Baseball Caps

Moving forward with its well-received collaboration with Disney Consumer Products, New Era has recently looked to the past to inspire its new ‘Vintage Disney 59FIFTY’ line of baseball caps inspired by classic Mickey Mouse cartoons of the 1930s. Now available at select retail locations such as NewEraCap.com and DisneyStore.com.

'The Mad Doctor (Black)' Vintage Disney Cap from New Era (MSRP $34.99)

‘The Mad Doctor’ honors the short released on January 21, 1933. Mickey dreams that Pluto has been captured by an evil scientist who hopes to graft his head onto a hen’s body. The black version of this cap depicts the frightening images of the scientist’s castle and a terrified Mickey unsuccessfully trying to avoid capture while the gray version features equations as well as a very unhappy Pluto and Mickey trying to save the hound from the villain’s castle with illustrations that immerse you right into Mickey’s dream. MSRP $34.99.

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March Hare Madness Continues! Wonderful ‘Alice in Wonderland’ Prize Pack Giveaway

'Alice in Wonderland' Prize Pack from Stitch KingdomWith such an overwhelming response to the recent soundtrack giveaway, we’d be mad as a hatter not to offer another round of exciting Alice in Wonderland inspired merchandise from some of the hottest outfitters and toy manufacturers around. Thanks to our friends at Disney Consumer Products, we’re proud to offer one lucky Stitch Kingdom reader chosen at random this awesome Alice in Wonderland gift pack valued at approximately $110 and consisting of:

  • An Eat Me/Drink Me 59fifty fitted cap from New Era in a New Era zipper black hat case
  • A Mad Hatter Kubrick and Chesire Cat Be@rbrick collectible set
  • A Mad Hatter tee shirt featuring the Mad Hatter holding a tea cup reading ‘Mad As A Hatter… You’re Mad’ (not pictured, size men’s large)
  • Our jealousy* (* cash value: 1/100th of a cent)


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