HAT CLUB Custom Summer Headwear 2014 Collection

Posted by Capo, May 14th, 2014 04:05 am under Snapback

Premium headwear retailer, HAT CLUBproudly releases their 6-piece summer 2014 snapback collection that pays homage to iconic cities and states in the United States. Each snapback hat featured in the 2014 collection has a unique logo and colorway designed by creative powerhouse, Brandiose. Featured pieces in the collection include: The “Arizona Fire” snapback represents the iconic heat that Arizonans have to look forward in summer. The “AZ” is bold and clean with a dye sublimated fade printed over the embroidery, paired with a custom red desert camp visor.The logo on the “Brooklyn Yacht Club” represents the style of the city and immortalizes a fictional yacht race as the ships pass under the Brooklyn Bridge. The crown fabric is a custom print, evoking the layering of buildings that the sailors would see as they pass by lower Manhattan. Paying respect to the classic logo, the “NY Jaguars”, a fictional badge for a New York City team from another era was created. The crown fabric has a custom futuristic camouflage print that contrasts the retro Jaguar rendering style. HAT CLUB’s “The Bay Lines” modernist logo design of the 1960’s represents the Golden Gate Bridge and the grey fog rolling into the Bay all in a classic San Francisco color way. Lastly, the “Sunset Bear” merges California’s most iconic images: the bear and sunsets, with paw prints from an adventurous bear on the undervisor. The HAT CLUB 2014 Summer Snapback Collection is available now, exclusively at HAT CLUB locations and HATCLUB.COM.

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HAT CLUB Custom Summer Headwear 2014 Collection

HAT CLUB Custom Summer Headwear 2014 Collection

HAT CLUB Custom Summer Headwear 2014 Collection

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schoolzonehats
schoolzonehats

the california bear is pretty cool and that red desert camo