The Phoenix Suns were founded in 1968. They play in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference. They have played their home games at the Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix since 1992 in front of up to 18,055 spectators. The name is due to the sun that always shines in Arizona. Back in 1976, the Suns qualified for the NBA Finals, but lost to the Boston Celtics. In the mid-80s, the Suns were involved in a drug scandal and changed hands as a result. With the arrival of Kevin Johnson and especially Charles Barkley in 1992, things finally started to look up athletically. Barkley was voted MVP for his performance and at the end of the season his Phoenix Suns were in the finals against the Chicago Bulls. With 2:4 the Suns lost to the Bulls around Michael Jordan and didn't make it that far in the following years. In 1996, they drafted Steve Nash and also signed Jason Kidd, but despite the notable additions, success was not forthcoming. With the signing of head coach Mike D'Antoni, the drafts of players Shawn Marion and Amar'e Stoudemire, and the return of Nash in 2004, a new style of play was implemented. The Suns' fast-paced offensive game made D'Antoni the Coach of the Year and Nash the MVP. The team still failed to make the NBA Finals, however, and the team slowly declined starting in 2010. It wasn't until 2015 that the NBA Draft brought in Devin Booker, a new franchise player who should make the Suns successful again in the future. What cap styles and designs are available for Phoenix Suns caps? The following designs are currently offered at Phoenix Suns :
- 9Fifty Snapback from New Era
- Classic Snapback from Mitchell & Ness
- 9Forty Adjustable from New Era
- 110 Flexfit Snapback from Mitchell & Ness
- Winter caps from New Era
- Beanies from Mitchell & Ness
What colors and logos are most popular on Phoenix Suns caps? Phoenix Suns team colors are orange, black and purple. Most Phoenix Suns caps are black in color. The logo shows an orange basketball with yellow sun rays flying behind it with a comet tail to the upper right. The whole thing is framed in a black rectangle with the team name at the bottom in silver. This logo was color matched in 2014, before that it was purple and gray instead of black in the background. from 1993 to 2000 the background was not there at all, the sun was on a purple background and the team name was free below it in purple. The original logo from 1968 was quite different from these logo variations.
It featured an orange oblong rectangle with a yellow basketball with white sun rays. Above it said Phoenix and below it Suns in bold purple letters. This logo is very rarely used on Phoenix Suns caps. Most often you see the current logo or the one from 1993 on caps. Most popular Phoenix Suns caps: - black snapback with current logo - black snapback with historical logo - purple curved visor with alternate logo - black snapback with team arch logo - purple snapback with alternative logo What cap styles are most popular for Phoenix Suns caps? Most NBA fans wear classic snapback caps. New Era offers the 9Fifty Snapback, which is also available with a curved visor as 9Fifty Stretch. Mitchell & Ness offers the classic snapback in this form. With curved visor, there is the 110 Flexfit with elastic as sweatband. If you prefer a classic baseball cap, you will find the New Era 9Forty. Fitted caps are offered by New Era with the 59Fifty with straight visor and as 39Thirty with curved visor.
These caps are not very common with NBA teams. From which brands does TOPPERZSTORE currently offer Phoenix Suns Caps? Phoenix Suns Caps are produced by Mitchell & Ness and New Era. Current logos are used on New Era Caps, while Mitchell & Ness has the license for classic NBA logos. Does TOPPERZSTORE offer exclusive Phoenix Suns Caps? At TOPPERZSTORE we also offer exclusive Phoenix Suns Caps. Currently we are expanding our range of NBA Caps and if you have any wishes for special Phoenix Suns Caps, please feel free to send us a mail with your ideas.