Japanese toy company Takara Tomy has teamed up with hat company New Era and the Transformers franchise to produce Transformers Cap Bots. I know it might be hard to believe, but yes, they have created a wearable hat that literally transforms into a robot.
The New Era 59FIFTY fitted caps come in all-black with purple graphics design or red and blue with white graphics. Now you can sport either the Autobots or Decepticons hats just in time for the holidays. Takara Tomy plans to release the hat robots on December 15.
Takara Tomy Creates the Transformer Fitted Hat for the Holidays
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