Many people believe that the terms "cap" and "hat" are synonymous. In fact, this is not true. A cap is fitted very close to the head, made of soft and supple fabric, and has no brim (though it might have a visor). Because of their classic style, versatility, diversity and practicality, using customized caps in your business could be a very wise move. The following customized caps key terms will help you find the style that best suits your business.
Fitted caps are purchased in the wearer's size and are unable to be adjusted. Fitted caps are of the highest quality but if ordered for corporate apparel, various sizes should be requested to accommodate everyone.
Adjustable caps come in one-size-fits-all so they fit any head. They have an adjustable band in the back either made of Velcro, plastic, elastic or a fabric band with metal slider.
A trucker cap, also known as a gimme hat or feed cap, is a baseball-style cap that is foam in front and breathable mesh in back. Traditionally used by rural workers and truck drivers, trucker caps have become extremely popular among young people in recent years.
A knit cap, commonly known as a stocking cap, is a tight-fitting cap with no visor or brim that is worn for warmth, pulled down over the forehead and folded up at the ends.
A skull cap is a knit cap that fits extremely close to the head. It is made of thin material so that it can be worn year-round, usually simply for fashion, and is pulled down over the top of the forehead.
A beanie cap is a knit cap that fits somewhat close to the head, is made of thick material for warmth and has the ends pulled down over the top of the forehead.