There are Performance Caps…Mid Profile caps…Stretch Caps, oh my! Unstructured and Thick Stitch and Cotton Twill and Snap Back. The list goes on and on (and on), and all you know is that you. need. a. cap. All these fancy terms just make things more complicated…until you realize that the difference from one to another can make a big impression on the end-user. Here, let us break down the most important elements for you:
Structured Cap: Front panels have backing to make it rigid and keep shape.
Unstructured Cap: Front panels are fabric only and include no backing to give it support and make it rigid.
Cotton Twill: This refers to the type of fabric and we would venture to say that it’s the most popular type.
Additionally, don’t forget to consider the different profile styles: Low, Mid and High.
And as if we haven’t confused you enough already, there are different types of closures, too. This defines how the size of the cap is adjusted.
Caps seem to be the most common styles of hats, but there are others that are also popular and a great tool to use for a branded product…
The cost per impression of a promotional product in the U.S. is $.005 cents per impression, and according to a recent study, caps and hats as a product category delivery more than 400 impressions per month.
Hats off! Order up!