The other day I published a quick post about the New Era NFL 2017/18 sideline caps, well, now they’ve got the New Era NFL 2017/18 side bobble knits in stock at NFL Shop Europe as well.

Arizona Cardinals New Era bobble knit
LA Rams New Era NFL Sideline Bobble Knit
Cleveland Browns New Era Sideline Bobble Knit
Baltimore Ravens New Era NFL Sideline Bobble Knit
Miami Dolphins New Era NFL bobble knit
New Orleans Saints New Era NFL Sideline Bobble Knit
Jacksonville Jaguars New Era NFL Sideline Bobble Knit
Minnesota Vikings New Era NFL Sideline Bobble Knit

We all love to wear a cap to show the loyalty we have for our favourite team but perhaps, given the British weather and general climate, we should be thinking about sporting one of these instead. In 2017 the LA Rams v Arizona Cardinals game doesn’t kickoff until 6pm GMT on October 22nd, due to the home team Rams being a U.S. west coast team, so I’d imagine it might get a little chilly sitting there watching the game at that time of the evening and into the night.

Hat Description

According to the NFL Shop Europe, these bobble hats are:

  • 100% acrylic
  • Embroidered NFL logo on the back
  • Embroidered team logo on the front
  • The bobble is in the colour of the team
  • Fleece inner lining (this is what makes them worth the money in my opinion. You can’t beat a woolly hat with a fleece lining.)
  • Team name wordmark around the crown

Like I say, the fleece lining is what makes these hats worth the money, in my opinion, as it never fails to do the job it’s intended to do.

For once, I actually like the Cleveland Browns one as it’s not quite so ‘loud’ with the team’s orange colour and instead is predominantly black with the black bobble on top. I reckon one of those is about to get ordered for myself.

The above images only show the ones that are available for the NFL London 2017 teams but, don’t panic, as all 32 NFL teams are catered for.


I put ‘Prices’ as opposed to just ‘Price’ as my subheading here as I’m confused. Some of them are advertised on the site at £20 and others are priced at £25. Why is this? Seems very unfair to me as they all look the same and have the same specs. Is it something to do with availability? Whatever it is, it just doesn’t add up and seem fair to me.

If someone can explain to me the world of retail pricing then please feel free to do so in the comments below.

Whatever the price, these things could be just the job come the end of October and beyond.