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Like most Bostonians, I am D-O-N-E with winter. Just as the Red Sox are gearing up for the new season, I’m hitting the market for some spring wardrobe. I stopped by ROSTER in Faneuil Hall to pick up a ‘47Brand cap. Ironically, something happened as I was putting on a Boston Red Sox hat for the first time in my life. I felt as if I had finally become a citizen of Boston, Massachusetts. The experience seemed more official than receiving my driver’s license from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

If you know anything about me, you know that I am all in for Boston. I was so proud to be wearing apparel that represents Boston-based brands (Red Sox, Twins Enterprises, and ROSTER Stores) that I instagramed an image with hashtags #FranchiseTag #Boston soon after I left store.

The B cap is a distinctive sign of Boston culture, just as cowboy hats are for the western part of the country.

True or False? People are often profiled depending on what they wear-those who wear cowboy hats are thought to drive pick-up trucks, to listen to country music and to speak with a western accent. Someone in a B cap would be branded with the Boston accent, outstanding schools, world-class hospitals, winning sport teams, and record snow falls.

How would you like to be profiled in your Boston Red Sox hat?

[ezcol_1half]A LADY IN RED

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Red Cleanup Hat.

A trendsetter who likes the new.[/ezcol_1half] [ezcol_1half_end]”47 FRANCHISE BOSTON RED SOX

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Garment washed Boston Red Sox clean up with a broken-in look and feel.

Someone who likes to kick it old school.

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By the way, the Garment Washed cap is more my speed.

redsox2Check out the assortment of Red Sox hats and other apparels at ROSTER stores.

Go Sox!