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Los Angeles Chargers Hats

The Los Angeles Chargers returned to their old home in 2017. The flash stands for speed and the colors yellow and light blue stand for the sunny sky over California. Because of this combination, Los Angeles Chargers Caps are very popular with NFL fans and hats collectors at the same time.

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The Los Angeles Chargers started in 1960 as a founding member of the AFL. After just one season, the Chargers moved further south in California to San Diego, where they stayed until 2017. Moving to Los Angeles again did not bring much joy to many fans, because until the completion of the new stadium (which is shared with the Rams), the Chargers had to play in a small football stadium. The Chargers celebrated their only entry into the Super Bowl in 1994, but were beaten by the San Francisco 49ers. Since then, the Bolts, as the team is known by the fans, have been waiting for great success. Despite players like LaDainian Tomlinson, Junior Seau or Antonio Gates, this didn't happen anymore. With quarterback Drew Brees, the Chargers picked the bearer of hope in 2001, but let him go again in 2006 after mixed performances. In 2004, the next supposed franchise QB was picked: Eli Manning. The latter refused to play in San Diego and was immediately traded for Philip Rivers to the New York Giants.

What types of hats and designs are there at Los Angeles Chargers Hats?

New Era offers the following versions:

- 59fifty Fitted (closed hat)
- 39thirty Fitted (closed stretch hat)
- 9fifty Snapback (size adjustable hat)
- 9forty Adjustable (size adjustable hat)
- Trucker (size adjustable hat)
- Winter hats

What are the most popular colors and logos for Los Angeles Chargers hats?

The team colors of the Los Angeles Chargers are blue, light blue and yellow. Most Los Angeles Chargers are therefore blue or classic black. The logo shows a flash in the team colors. This has been used since 2002. In 2017, a new team logo was presented for the move to Los Angeles, which strongly reminded of the nested LA of the Dodgers. After loud protests from fans on the Internet, the logo was discarded after only 2 days. From 1974 to 2001, the Chargers team logo was a football helmet with a flash on it. Before that, it was a three-part sign with a horse's head and a bolt of lightning with the Chargers lettering on it. The current logo is most commonly used on Los Angeles Chargers Hats. The shield is used on throwback hats every now and then.

Most Popular Los Angeles Chargers hats:

- NEW ERA LOS ANGELES CHARGERS TWO TONE EDITION 9FIFTY SNAPBACK HAT
- NEW ERA 9FORTY LOS ANGELES CHARGERS THE LEAGUE HAT
- Sideline Hats
- Sideline winter hats
- Draft Hats
- Salute to Service Hats

Which hat forms are the most popular?

NFL fans like to wear the hats that the players and coaches also wear. Therefore, the New Era Sideline Hats as 59Fifty or 39Thirty are very popular. The Salute to Service Collection and Draft Hats are also very popular every year. Since not everyone likes closed hats, the 9Fifty Snapback or 9Forty Adjustable Hats are a great alternative. In the cold season, the Salute to Service Beanies and the Sideline winter hats keep you nice and warm.

Which brands does TOPPERZSTORE currently offer Los Angeles Chargers hats from?

New Era is the official outfitter for the NFL. We therefore offer all of our Los Angeles Chargers Hats from this brand.

Does TOPPERZSTORE offer exclusive Los Angeles Chargers hats?

At TOPPERZSTORE you will find exclusive hats from all teams from the NFL, including the Los Angeles Chargers. If you still want other Los Angeles Chargers hats, please feel free to contact us at any time.

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