1. Pro style
baseball caps: these caps have crowns that sit high on the
forehead and a lot of support and structure inside the crown. These
are your traditional baseball caps.
profile or low crown baseball caps: caps with crowns that sit
low on the forehead. These are newer style hats that have a more
natural fit on the head.
3. Structured or constructed baseball hats: ball
caps with crowns that have a semi-rigid lining inside the crown. The
lining gives the cap more "structure" on the front. These caps could
have either low profile or pro style profile.
4. Unstructured or unconstructed caps: caps with
soft crowns without the semi-rigid lining inside. Most caps found at
retail stores are unstructured. They have a more relaxed and casual
feel to them. They are also very comfortable to wear.
5. Adjustable baseball caps: caps with an opening
and a flexible band of fabric or plastic on the back to adjust their
baseball caps: caps with a fully covered back. They are not
adjustable. However, our fitted caps have Spandex (a stretchy
fabric) in them. So they will stretch to fit most size heads. Most
of them also come in 2 or more sizes.
7. Flexfit |
Flex fit baseball caps: Flexfit is a registered trademark of
Yupoong, the company that invented and makes the Flexfit brand of
fitted baseball caps. Flexfit caps have Spandex in the fabric so
they stretch to conform to your head, making them extremely
comfortable to wear. Since Yupoong came out with Flexfit, other
manufacturers have come up with their own version of flexible fitted
baseball caps. We carry 2 styles on this web site that we feel have
very good quality. However, we do recommend the original Flexfit
ball caps. They cost more, but their quality really is outstanding.
How do you know if you have the genuine article? Look at the sweat
band inside the cap, it should have the word Flexfit printed all
Note: The style descriptions above describe in
general terms how one can categorize different baseball caps.
However, baseball caps from different manufacturer may fit
differently from ours even if they carry the same description. If
you are concerned about the fit of a particular ball cap, we suggest
you purchase a sample before you make a decision on your embroidery
order. Samples can be purchased at 1st column prices. Because we get
so many requests a day, baseball samples can not be returned.
However, if you do decide to place an embroidery order later on, you
are welcome to send the samples caps back to us to be