When most of you think of Outdoor Cap Company or OC Sports you probably think of the traditional baseball cap or maybe a knit. But did you know we have so much more to offer than just ball caps and beanies?
Today, we’re going to look at 15 alternative styles you, your team, your fans, etc. can all wear on field or in the stands.
These styles are all made of UPF 50+ certified fabrics. Additionally, the wide, 360° brim provides more shade and UV protection for the wearer’s ears, neck, chest, and shoulders than a baseball cap does.
The CSB-USA is the same hat as the CSB-100, but it's our Americana style. It has a navy brim with stars and stripes on the crown.
Although not as wide as a boonie, the brim on a bucket is still more effective at shading the ears and face than a ball cap. The CBK-100 is a performance bamboo charcoal fabric with a cooling sweatband.
The STW-100 is our only straw style. It has a sun protection lining in the crown and has a removable band (STW-100B) that can be embroidered. The SPH-100, FLEX TIE, and BIG BANG LITE are our no-slip athletic headbands. They are made of a polyester/spandex fabric that can be sublimated to add a mascot or team logo. Check out JUNK BRANDS to see even more colors and patterns.
OC Sports prides itself on being a one-stop-shop for all sports headwear. That includes referees and umpires! We outfit coaches, players, and fans with our extensive line of on-field and off-field headwear.
The OFC-600 is our referee style; it is a ProFlex® stretch-fit cap made of moisture-wicking polyester/spandex and has white piping along all panel seams.
All of our umpire styles are made of a moisture-wicking bamboo charcoal fabric. They come in black or navy with either a hook/loop tape closure or ProFlex® stretch-fit.
The UC-550SB is the home plate umpire’s cap; it has a 1½-inch visor. The UC-550LB the base umpire’s cap; it has a 2½-inch visor. Both the home plate umpire and the base umpire can wear the UC-525CB and UC-550CB; the visors are 2-inches.
There you have it — the 15 best athletic headwear styles you didn’t even know existed! What do you think, are there any shapes we should consider developing? Let us know in the comments below, we love hearing your feedback. To keep up with us, don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.