A life long passion for baseball was the foundation for this week’s All New American featured Monday Maker.
Please meet Jerry Cohen, owner and founder of Ebbets Field Flannels, manufacturing authentic flannels in Seattle, WA.
“In 1988, my search for an original, wool uniform led me to a warehouse containing baseball flannel dating from the 40’s.
I bought one bolt at a time and literally built the company on it.” Jerry Cohen
Fast forward to the present. The bulk of EFF’s garments are made from start to finish in the company’s factory in Seattle, WA.
Manufacturing is done the old fashioned way, using original materials and manufacturing techniques.
EFF continues its commitment to bringing a quality American Made garment to the customer.
Making authentic, handcrafted vintage baseball jerseys, flannels and baseball caps, the company is proud to offer the beauty and craftsmanship of mid-Century American athletic garments to a 21st Century public.
The company recently opened a new storefront in Seattle, WA complete with an in-house production room where all the cutting, sewing, and letter-pressing magic happens.
All New American presents Ebbets Field Flannels, a small American business manufacturing quality sport flannels right here in the U.S.A.
Jerry and his Ebbets Field Flannels team can be proud to be part of the American community that is fuel for the engine that makes America great.
Thank you for giving us your time today. Have a great week. The Team.