Baseball is often thought of as a spring sport. While this is true for the most part, there is a lot more that goes into a season.
Baseball has the longest running season of any sport, lasting approximately six months from April to October.
Additionally, travel ball, high school teams, and even Major and Minor Leagues begin training several months before Opening Day. In most parts of the country, it’s chilly if not still snowing that time of year.
Cold weather caps get the most exposure in the autumn months. The MiLB playoffs come to a close in September, and the MLB playoffs begin in October.
Today, we’ll look at four 2018 cold weather styles from OC Sports.
The KNF-USA is an Americana style. It’s made with a black fleece lining inside and jacquard Stars and Stripes on the outside. It has a 2½-inch cuff that’s perfect for embroidery and a white pom on top.
The KNF-100 is very similar to the KNF-USA—it has the same fleece lining, cuff size, pom, and fit. This one has only two jacquard horizontal stripes and comes in 23 color combinations.
- Columbia Blue/White
- Charcoal/Electric Yellow
- Dark Green/Gold
- Dark Green/White
- Neon Orange/White
- Heathered Grey/Black
- Heathered Grey/Fuchsia
- Heathered Grey/Red
- Heathered Grey/Royal
The KNH-100 is a new style for 2018. It’s a knit beanie with no fleece lining, cuff, or pom. The bottom is a light heathered grey; it has an ombré effect gradually fading to the team color on top. Choose from seven color options—Black, Dark Green, Maroon, Navy, Purple, Red, or Royal.
The FB-500 is a new OC Sports style for 2018. It is a beanie made of 100% polyester fleece. It comes in six color options—Black, Charcoal, Light Grey, Navy, Red, and Royal.
Cold weather caps are a must-have for fall ball teams, and OC Sports has quite the variety to choose from. It’s not enough to just be functional anymore. Athletes want to look good, and they have a bigger say in what they wear these days. Teams won’t perform as well if they’re cold or uncomfortable.
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