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Design Custom Hats with Free & Fast Shipping

Ordering custom hats offers a seamless and creative way to promote your brand or event. 

With our user-friendly Design Studio, the process is simple and engaging. To begin, select from a range of hat styles, colors, and materials to suit your preferences. 

Once you've chosen the perfect canvas, click 'Start Designing' to upload your logo, artwork, or text. You can experiment with fonts, colors, and placement to create a personalized hat design that accurately represents your brand.

Why Create Custom Hats?

Before you pick your product, it’s important to get a clear understanding of your custom hat needs. 

Some of the most common uses of our custom hats with logo include: 

  • Promotional merchandise for businesses and brands
  • Sports team uniforms and fan merchandise
  • Fundraising events and charity campaigns
  • Uniforms for employees in various industries
  • Safety gear for construction or outdoor workers
  • Identification for volunteers at events or conferences
  • Memorabilia for concerts, festivals, or exhibitions

Create Your Own Custom Hats

Designing your own hats provides an excellent way to enhance your brand’s visibility or strengthen team spirit. Our custom hats with your logo can give you an eye-catching apparel option.  

With so many different hat types as well as different brands and even print methods to choose from, it’s not always easy to know where to start. 

Follow our 5 steps below to help you to create your own custom hats.

1. Pick Your Style

Browse our extensive range of custom hats to find the perfect style for you. 

  • Baseball Caps: These have a rounded crown and a stiff peak at the front, perfect for sports and everyday wear.
  • Trucker Hats: Similar to baseball caps but with mesh panels at the back, providing a relaxed, outdoor vibe.
  • Beanies: Close-fitting, knitted hats that cover the head and often the ears, ideal for keeping warm in cold weather.
  • Dad Hats: Soft-crowned, unstructured caps with a curved brim, known for their casual and laid-back style.
  • Snapback Hats: Baseball caps with an adjustable snap closure at the back, allowing for a customizable fit.
  • Fitted Hats: Baseball caps with a fixed size, providing a snug and tailored fit without an adjustable strap.
  • Visors: Hats with a wide brim that only covers the top of the head, great for sun protection while allowing for ventilation.
  • Golf Hats: Typically lightweight, breathable caps designed for golfers, offering comfort during long hours on the course.
  • 5-Panel Hats: Caps with a unique, five-panel construction and a flat brim, often favored for their trendy and modern look.

These hat types cover a range of styles and functionalities, catering to various preferences and occasions.

2. Choose a Closure Type

Closure type is one of the most important considerations before designing your custom hats with logo. There are many different types of hat closures, such as: 

  • Buckle Closure: This type of closure features a strap with a buckle that allows you to adjust the hat size for a custom fit.
  • Velcro Closure: Hats with Velcro closures have a strip of Velcro on the strap, making it easy to adjust and secure the hat to your head.
  • Snapback Closure: Snapback hats have adjustable plastic snaps on the back, allowing you to change the size and fit of the hat.
  • Strapback Closure: Strapback hats have a strap made of fabric or leather with a metal or plastic buckle for size adjustment.
  • Fitted Closure: Fitted hats are typically available in specific sizes and do not have adjustable closures. They provide a snug fit based on your head size.

These closure types can be found on various hats, including baseball caps, snapback caps, trucker hats, and more. The choice of closure type often depends on personal preference and the intended use of the hat.

3. Select Your Brim

Different brim types can offer different benefits, including sun protection and functionality. But normally, the choice of brim type is usually more style-focused. 

  • Flat Brim: This type of brim is straight and flat all the way around. It is often associated with baseball caps and urban streetwear styles.
  • Curved Brim: A curved brim has a gentle curve along the front, giving it a more traditional and casual look. It's commonly seen on baseball caps, dad hats, and snapbacks.
  • Bucket Hat Brim: Bucket hats typically have a downward-sloping and circular brim that provides good sun coverage and a relaxed, casual appearance.

4. Make a Decision: Structured vs. Unstructured

The difference between structured and unstructured hats lies in the way the crown of the hat is designed. Here's a breakdown of both types:

Structured Hats:

  • Crown Support: Structured hats have a reinforced crown that maintains its shape, typically made with stiff fabric or a firm inner lining.
  • Defined Shape: The crown of a structured hat maintains a well-defined, symmetrical shape, even when not being worn.
  • Front Panel: Structured hats often have a front panel that is more rigid and structured, which can provide a flat surface for logos or designs.
  • Fitted Look: Structured hats tend to have a more squared-off appearance, and they may sit higher on the head.

Examples of structured hats include baseball caps, snapback caps, and trucker hats. These hats are popular for their durability and the ability to maintain a consistent shape.

Unstructured Hats:

  • Crown Flexibility: Unstructured hats have a soft, flexible crown without rigid support, and they rely on the natural drape of the fabric to form the shape.
  • Casual Appearance: The lack of internal structure gives unstructured hats a more relaxed and casual appearance.
  • Natural Drape: The crown of an unstructured hat conforms to the shape of the wearer's head, creating a more comfortable and custom fit.
  • Low Profile: Unstructured hats often have a lower profile and a more natural, curved shape.

Common examples of unstructured hats include dad hats, soft caps, and some styles of beanies. These hats are favored for their comfort and laid-back aesthetic.

Choosing between structured and unstructured hats depends on personal style preferences and the intended use. Structured hats are often preferred for a sporty or branded look, while unstructured hats are chosen for a more casual and comfortable feel.

5. Browse Our Brands

We have a wide range of brands for you to choose from to match your budget for your custom logo hats. 

Budget Brands

Mid-Range Brands

Premium Brands

Customize Your Way 

With our extensive experience spanning over 20 years, we use industry-leading techniques to ensure high-quality prints every time. Some of the methods we use to customize hats include: 

  • HD Digital:  Highly durable and perfect for intricate designs. HD Digital keeps your designs vibrant! 
  • Embroidery: A popular choice for hats for an authentic look that’s long-lasting. Minimum order of 6.

You can also add extra apparel options to your order, like personalized hoodies or a t-shirt design, depending on your needs.

If you have any specific requirements, feel free to get in touch with our team when placing your order. 

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