ORLANDO MAGIC CAPS GUIDE:
The Orlando Magic were founded in 1989 and play in the Southeast Division of the Eastern Conference. The name was chosen in a competition by fans and refers to the many amusement parks in the area. The home games are played in the Amway Center in Downtown Orlando in front of up to 18,500 spectators. In the first few years the Orlando Magic were often able to draft early due to unsuccessfulness and put together a team of Nick Anderson (the 1st pick in Magic history), Dennis Scott, Penny Hardaway and, above all, Shaquille O'Neal, a powerful team that made it made it to the NBA final. There the Magic were subject to the Houston Rockets around Hakeem Olajuwon. When Shaq moved to the Lakers in 1996 and Penny Hardaway was injured more and more often, the team was restructured. Grant Hill and Tracy McGrady were signed, but Hill was consistently injured while McGrady was scoring champion. Only the arrival of Dwight Howard would bring success to Orlando again. In 2009 the Magic were back in the NBA final, but lost 4-1 to the Los Angeles Lakers. When Dwight Howard started having back problems, the Magic went downhill. Since moving from the center, the Magic have been rebuilt around Nikola Vucevic and Aaron Gordon.
Which cap shapes and designs are available?
The following versions are currently offered:
- Mitchell & Ness 110 Flexfit Caps (curved peak, high crown)
- Mitchell & Ness Snapback Caps (flat brim, high crown)
- Mitchell & Ness Beanies
- New Era 9Forty Adjustable Caps (curved peak, low crown)
- New Era 9Fifty Snapback Caps (flat peak, high crown)
- New Era 59Fifty Fitted Caps (flat peak, high crown)
- New Era Winter hats
What colors and logos are most popular?
The Orlando Magic team colors are blue, black, silver and white. Most Orlando Magic Caps are therefore blue or black. The current Magic logo has been curved lettering since 2011, with Orlando in black in small and Magic in large and blue underneath. Below that is a blue and silver basketball with a tail like a shooting star and small stars. Originally it was a bold blue Magic lettering, with a silver star as an A and an i point. Above it was little Orlando in black, with the star from the i point also forming the A here. To the right of it was a blue basketball with gray stars that indicated a movement to the right. From 2001 to 2010 there was a hybrid of the original and current logo. The old Magic lettering with a star as A was above the comet-like basketball from the new logo. Most Orlando Magic caps either use the new logo or the original from 1989 on vintage caps. Now and then there are also logo variations, such as the basketball with the comet's tail alone, for example.
Most popular Orlando Magic Caps:
- black curved visor with current logo
- black curved visor with old logo
- black snapback with old logo
- black snapback with Team Arch logo
Which cap shapes are the most popular?
NBA fans like to wear different cap variations. If you like it modern, you can use Orland Magic Caps with a curved peak, such as New Era 9Forty or Mitchell & Ness 110 Flexfit. Fans of the 90s like to wear snapback caps from Mitchell & Ness or New Era 9Fifty. In the cold season, beanies with a team logo are very popular.
Which brands does TOPPERZSTORE currently offer Orlando Magic Caps from?
We offer Orlando Magic caps with a classic logo from Mitchell & Ness. You can get current versions from New Era.
Does TOPPERZSTORE offer exclusive Orlando Magic Caps?
Our range of Exclusive Caps is constantly growing. We are also expanding strongly in the NBA area and have the Orlando Magic high on our list. If you have any requests for special Orlando Magic Caps, please send us an email with your ideas.