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The Snapback has a classic structured fit, full buckram, and it's made of a premium wool blend.
3 3⁄4" High
I inadvertently put the wrong mailing address on my order so I called and service rep was friendly, and courteous and took care of the problem right away. My shipment also arrived earlier than expected.
Great quality, bought as a gift for my boyfriend. Colors were exactly what I expected and it was genuine material not cheap. Would definitely shop here again!! And shipping was pretty fast even with all the covid19 stuff going on!
Exactly as ordered. Super fast shipping. Great customer service. Thank you!
Well made. Fit perfectly. Sharp colors. Prompt shipping!
I went in December to your store at Woodbridge and bought a Snapback hat and it looked pretty fine but I was wondering if it would be unstitched in months because you took less than 10 minutes to produce it, but it is still embroidered, I'm amazed with the quality and how fast you print it, you guys are the s***!
If you want to see more amazing arts like this, go to the artist profile "madhatter"
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This Backwoods embroidered hat is available in a vast array of color options,
and offers a simplistic but eye-catching design on the front.
If you're a fan of Backwoods embroidered hat,
then this design is definitely the one for you!
You can find this design available on any style from a ladies fitted shirt to a men's crewneck sweatshirt.
Embroidery, the art is reproduced by stitching threads directly into the fabric. The actual stitching process is fully automatic and performed by computerized embroidery machines. Most commercial embroidery machines have 12 or more sewing heads with up to 15 needles per head. This means that 12 items can be embroidered simultaneously and the art can use up to 15 thread colors. The first process is to make a program for your art. This is called digitizing. The end results in an art file that can be uploaded to the embroidery machine and instructs the machine what to stitch. The garments are manually “hooped” and loaded onto the machine by the machine operator.