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Plumber

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Post Tue Sep 11, 2007 2:59 pm

FlexFit® Caps

Please consider changing all of the S&S caps to FlexFit®
#6180 is a good model to start with. This particular one is denim and the caps are low-profile, but with a hard-buckrum crown, which keeps the front from squashing down. FlexFit caps don't have a buckle or strap that would emboss your forehead if you wore it backwards under a protest helmet. The FlexFit multi-national patents are for the headband that's a piece of wide elastic, 4 x stronger than you'd find in a pair of Hanes® marble-bagger underwear.
If your still reading, I would suggest that you make the S&S logo smaller, and have the logo embroidered into the crown. For instance, use a dark Navy thread for a small logo on this denim cap. The navy would show up, but set against the denim would not make a person a walking billboard.
You can turn the S&S label into a m/c sought after statement that the other populace would also wear, much like Rusty Surfboards did with their "R". http://www.rusty.com/
There styles to choose from, all with the elastic headband. Camo would be good model. # 6277 is supreme though. Try embroidering the logo in a near-to-same color thread as the background piece. A charcoal or gray S&S on a black cap. Red thread on a gray cap.
I think some good decisions in apparel like slash-cut wool watch caps that protect your ears under a protest helmet, and some other direct-comfort clothing items would "bridge" S&S with some extra income through the winter and beyond.
Here's a FlexFit® from Big Bear choppers on a Boulder tombstone. No buckle. Rear logo availability. Good choice. Click the link on the bottom post, (past my fans comments). :) - Takes you right to #6277 (low-profile) not to be mistaken with the 6277V (wool) which is a different animal completely, mid-height cap and butt-ugly (unless your selling Corn-Dogs-On-A-Stick at the county fair, in which case it's for you.)
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This particular model # 6277 is a blend of 63% polyester, 34% cotton, and 3% Spandex. Crown's fused buckrum.
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http://www.bigbearchoppers.com/
Last edited by Plumber on Tue Oct 02, 2007 5:28 pm, edited 5 times in total.
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panacea

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Post Tue Sep 11, 2007 8:21 pm

Re: FlexFit® Caps

Four times as strong? Wow, forget the cap,I need some flex fit underware!
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Plumber

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Post Tue Sep 11, 2007 9:48 pm

Re: FlexFit® Caps

:lol:
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Chris Haynes

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Post Wed Sep 12, 2007 9:18 pm

Re: FlexFit® Caps

Plumber,
Please print you next book on recycled paper and use invisible ink. We can put it in the outhouse where we can really get some use out of it. :lol:
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john k. endrizzi

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Post Thu Sep 13, 2007 4:22 am

Re: FlexFit® Caps

Tip a brew to Chris oh so eloquent words !
JKE :twisted: :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
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Plumber

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Post Thu Sep 13, 2007 4:53 pm

Re: FlexFit® Caps

Hey :!: ...leggo my leg....you're pulling me under. :wink:
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Plumber

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Post Tue Oct 02, 2007 1:53 pm

Re: FlexFit® Caps

Here's those #6277 caps. Odd tradename for a company, imo. Read it and creep.
http://store.webstorepackage.com/alpha/ ... class=6277

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