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Fielder's Derby State of the Union

Not all is bad in the world. Actually, everything is quite the opposite here at Fielder’s Derby. We have been having a hell of a time. This is what we have been up to in the last year and a half: We have traveled all over the place: Tuscaloosa, AL (Bama/LSU game 2015) and Baton Rouge, LA (Bama/LSU game 2016): yea, we made this pilgrimage a tradition and we recommend everyone to do the same. New Orleans and Vegas: the occasional break from reality is always nice. Killington, VT: we perfectly planned this trip on the coldest weekend of the year. When it is -20 degrees, your hair turns to frost when you are sitting outside in a hot tub....

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Why #Infield?

  We keep getting a question from friends, family, and fans of the company as to why the slogan "Live Life #Infield." So if you have this question do not fear, because even those that have raised us our entire life still don’t get what the hell we really mean. In efforts to appease the masses here is what we mean by #infield.   #Infield is where a person finds their most joy, passion, and love of life. It can be the awesome party at the #infield of the Kentucky Derby, a relaxing day on the lake with your friends while you fish, or a lazy Sunday with your family on the patio.   It does not physically mean we...

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Welcome

Fielder's Derby was created long before this website went up.  It was created in the mind of a few friends and their common mindset that Hawaiian shirts were meant to be more than our fathers old decorative clothing, and more fun, spontaneous. Why must every Hawaiian shirt these days be decorated with the same, palms, flowers, and hula girls?  Nothing wrong with any of these, but we would like to think others feel the same as us.  We aimed to design a shirt more random than this, something our generation can relate to. A Fielder's Derby is the wild time that is the infield of the Kentucky Derby.  It is also anywhere else besides the derby that represents the spontaneity,...

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