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How to Wear a Red Hat Factory Cap

Written by Benjamin Antoni Andersen Published on April 15, 2019 in Essentials Designer and instigator of Red Hat Factory, constantly hungry for mountainous adventures.

There are actually more ways than you might think, and the choice is all yours.

Our models deliver as a tube that you are free to fold as you like, and the lack of any tags on the edges makes your freedom total.

One thing I’ve noticed through selling beanies all across the world — no one wears it the same, and that is the beauty of it.

With that said we have three basic ways of wearing a Red Hat Factory cap.

The North Cap vs. the Southlander

The difference between our two most sold models, is only in the very tip. The North Cap is joined tighter to make the tip more sharp. The Southlander, is smoothly rounded. Other than that, the main body of these two beanies are the same, and can be worn in an array of different ways.

The single fold

The single fold might be worn either over the ear or behind it — in both instances it can be a good look. It is more common to wear the North Cap this way, since it makes the spike more distinct.

Remember, both your head shape and hair style add additional uniqueness to your beanie’s shape.

The North Cap being worn with a single fold.

Fold your cap twice

Probably the most common way to wear a Red Hat Factory cap across the world.

Sophia and Kevin are sporting two Southlanders,

North Cap Light Gray Beanie
A doubly folded North Cap. Here it’s really clear how the tip remains on this model, but flattens out on the Southlander.

The third way to wear a Red Hat Factory cap — the roll

I honestly can’t tell if this picture a roll or a sloppy double fold, but I like the idea of rolling the edge, as opposed to doing sharp folds. And I have seen it done, looking great!

How to wear your red cap: Rolled up

Conclusion — wear your cap your way

Just to underline how different we are, and how the caps we wear shape to our style and head shape – here is a bunch of people wearing it their way.

Be like them – unlike each other.

Written by Benjamin Antoni Andersen Published on April 15, 2019 in Essentials Designer and instigator of Red Hat Factory, constantly hungry for mountainous adventures.

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