How it´s made
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All snapbacks are a snapback 6-panel design. A true classic with perfect shape, not too deep nor too shallow.
We are using this type of snapback because we think it´s the one with the most attitude and has the best look.
As you can see in the picture, there is a 3D-embroidery style for the logo. We are using this on all of our snapbacks.
We prefer this type because it highlights the logo.
This is what makes us unique, the surface of the brim is covered with wood veneers that provide a truly rare design.
The snapback gets a really raw style and a tough look.
It´s the most common closure that is used on a snapback. It’s easy to adjust and has a stylish design.
We have designed it to match the color of the crown for a smoother look.
The buttons on the snapback are in the same color as the crown. It gives the snapback a uniform look.
We like how the buttons blend in with the snapback.
This is one of our detail on our snapback. A unique lip around the brim that gives an awesome look and a better feeling.
It´s the same fabric and color as the crown.
BETTER THAN EXPECTED
We have succeeded in getting the wooden brim to withstand water. We have treated the wood surface and by attaching the wood to the fabric we achieve the perfect cooperation.
We have exposed the screen to a number of different tests, and it does well. Almost nothing happens to the screen when exposed to a lot of moisture or water.
So you don't have to worry about the screen shrinking or getting damaged.
WHAT MAKES US UNIQUE
By showing how the wooden snapback is constructed you will understand why we are saying that our snapback is unique.
We have built up our screen with a total of five layers. We will not go into exactly how it is constructed, but in the picture below you can see the different layers on the brim.
We have attached the wood layers in a special way to make it a little bendable. This makes it very comfortable to wear.
WE EXPLAIN THE PRODUCT
What materials do you use on the different parts of the snapback and why?
You use wood material on your brim, can it handle moisture and water?
How did you manage to make it look like solid wood and still make it flexible?
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