Posts Tagged ‘cap sizes’

Cap Definitions

Monday, February 26th, 2018

Not sure which cap style will work best for your custom design? Head over to this link to see all of our different styles and find your favorite today!

Not all caps are created equal!

Friday, May 8th, 2015

With so many different styles offered, we make it easy to pick your favorite fit. Our Cap Definitions give you detailed descriptions, including pictures, of the design and style of all of our caps.
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Cap Definitions

Where to measure your head for Your Hat Size

Monday, June 30th, 2014

This seems like such a simply thing, but there is a correct way to measure your head to get the best fit for your hat. The correct placement of the tape measue is shown in this image. Take the time to do it right and your hats will fit better and look better.

Correct way to Measure Head

Correct way to Measure Head

Custom Hats For Rooster Walk

Thursday, July 4th, 2013

 

MARTINSVILLE   Rooster Walk was dubbed by Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine the best “Underground Festival” in the Southeast before Memorial Day weekend.

But after offering musical acts ranging from headliners Leftover Salmon and Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk to Asheville’s Sanctum Sully and The Steepwater Band, this festival is going to have a hard time remaining underground.  And that was just Saturday.

The four-day event got off to a wet start when thunderstorms threatened the VIP party Thursday evening, but numerous bales of straw later followed by three days of sunny skies and mild temperatures made for a great party with even better music than prior years, according to Jessica Beverage of Charlottesville.

“It’s like you’re having a backyard cookout with your friends with music,” she explained, adding that Rooster Walk has become a Memorial Day weekend tradition for her and her two young children. “It’s down to earth. It’s not pretentious. We just dig it

Custom Hats for Sonoma Valley

Friday, April 26th, 2013

These Sonoma Valley is the closest wine region to San Francisco, just 45 minutes north, and the birthplace of the California premium wine industry. The Franciscan Mission fathers, who founded the Mission San Francisco Solano de Sonoma in 1823, also planted vineyards here in 1824. In 1857, Hungarian “Count” Agoston Haraszthy, a pioneer in wine research, planted the first major vineyard of European varieties in Sonoma, setting California on the path to becoming the leading wine region in the United States.

Today you can visit the Franciscan Mission, the last of 21 California missions established by Father Junipero Serra, located on the historic Sonoma Plaza, and see the original quarters of the earliest grape growers. The nearby Buena Vista winery, founded by Haraszthy, is the state’s first premium winery and a California Historical Landmark. You can then explore the rest of the Valley’s vineyards, where many of the world’s finest wines continue to be born.

Sonoma Valley Wine Hats

Custom Sonoma Valley Wine Hats


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How to Shape your Baseball cap the way you like it…

Monday, March 19th, 2012

The best way to shape a hat first off can refer to two things. It can refer to the actual shape of the cap, which the best way to shape that is to get in the shower and then wear it afterwards until it dries. That way it will shape perfectly to your head. As far as shaping the brim, there, it depends on what type of style you would like your brim. If you would like it straight, then one tip for that would be to put a cloth over top of it, put it on your ironing board and run the iron across it. Therefore, making your hat completely straight as you would prefer it. If you would like your hat to be bent and your brim to be bent, now that depends on how much you would like it bent. Also as you get your hat wet, the actual cap and the bill come in two separate types of material. If your brim gets wet, sometimes that can cause the brim to get flexible, causing it to disshape and causing you some problems as far as the way you would like it shaped. If you would like your brim to be really really curved, a great way is to get a baseball, put a baseball inside the brim and to curve it around it and then wrap your brim with a rubber band. That way it’s going to make your bill stay that way for a longer period of time. Let it rest overnight or even for a couple of days, therefore shaping your hat the way that you would like it.

Size Chart for Caps

Sunday, November 13th, 2011

We often get asked how is the best way to determine your cap size. What is a medium size? What do I do if my head measures 21 3/4″?

So here are some guidelines for choosing the right size  hat. First measure your head, then check our cap size chartIf your head size falls in between two sizes, you should choose the next larger size.

For hats with sizes of S, M, L, XL:

  • A  S/M hat would fit heads with measurements of 21 inches to 22 1/2 inches, or hat sizes 6 3/4 to 7 1/8.
    A L/XL (Large through Extra Large) hat would fit measurements just over 22 1/2 up to 24 inches, or hat size 7 1/4 to 7 5/8.

One Size Fits Most:

If a hat does not list sizes, it is a ‘one-size-fits-most’ hat. It will fit sizes from hat size 6 3/4 up to 7 5/8.