Hats Off to You
Headwear has many functions: to shield your eyes and your head from the sun, to warm your ears, to keep your hair back or to just hide your hair on those kinds of days. Whether serving as a sun-protection method or a don't-look-at-my-hair cover-up, it also showcases a brand or a message to everyone who interacts with or even just passes by the wearer that day. Here are 11 cap and headwear pieces that could assist your clients in future marketing efforts and help their end-users on bad hair days.
what's in a name?
The FERST-DRY Moisture Wicking, UV Structured Nebula Jacquard Cap with Diamond Plate Peak Inserts from Fersten Worldwide only has such a long name because it has so many awesome features. Constructed of 100 percent polyester nebula jacquard and diamond plate peak inserts, it has six sections with a structured front, four-panel pro-stitch, moisture-wicking performance, a matching adjustable Velcro back strap and, depending on its user, it might help to deliver pizza. For more information, visit www.fersten.com.
don't call it a comeback
Made from 100 percent acrylic rib-knit, the Comeback Beanie from Holloway Sportswear is warm and soft, but best of all, it has a pom-pom on top. It is available in 15 color combinations. For more information, visit www.hollowayusa.com.
the in crowd
Let users blend in with their surroundings with HTT Headwear's 6 Panel Advantage Time Camo Visor. This six-panel unstructured chino twill cap comes in a combination of licensed camo, white and a choice of black, brown or khaki. Other features include torn edges on the visor and a hook-and-loop closure. For more information, visit www.httapparel.com.
The camo trend continues with this cotton and polyester Kati 12" Licensed Camo Beanie from Kati Sportcap & Bag. Aside from the breakup color option shown, it is available in 14 other color option combinations, including all-purpose blaze orange/black, all-purpose pink/brown and oilfield camo. For more information, visit www.katisportcap.com.