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11-07-2008, 02:00 PM
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Hello all...

I am an assistant coach for a house squirt team in Franklin Park, IL. The head coach and I want to get the kids flex fit hats with the team logo and their number stitched for Christmas. Wondering if anyone on the boards has any suggestions on a good vendor with affordable prices and decent products.

Thanks for your help in advance.

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Most Flex fit hats have trouble fitting smaller adult heads, I'm a size 7 and most flex fit hats are loose and rather annoying. And that's technically a medium in hat sizes...

Might want to consider an adjustable:
http://www.companycasuals.com/cedarb...5185&parentId=

Easton makes them specifically for stuff like this:
http://www.eastonheadwear.com/EASTON2007Headwear.pdf

Stretch fit is not a one size fits all though, They have ranges of sizes with extra small, small, medium and such.

But house squirt? Adjustable would be fine. At that age they won't care.

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Most Flex fit hats have trouble fitting smaller adult heads, I'm a size 7 and most flex fit hats are loose and rather annoying. And that's technically a medium in hat sizes...

Might want to consider an adjustable:
http://www.companycasuals.com/cedarb...5185&parentId=

Easton makes them specifically for stuff like this:
http://www.eastonheadwear.com/EASTON2007Headwear.pdf

Stretch fit is not a one size fits all though, They have ranges of sizes with extra small, small, medium and such.

But house squirt? Adjustable would be fine. At that age they won't care.
They make flex-fits in Junior sizes as well...

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Thanks Cpt.Jeff and AHF.

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