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Though baseball caps haven’t been around throughout the whole history of humanity, they feel like an indispensable part of our lives now. Everyone owes or at least has ever worn one. The reasons for doing so are obvious - caps combine very simple design with style and functionality that is hard to refuse once you get a taste. Few other hats can offer protection from the sun to both your head and eyes, all while allowing you to rock every look. The design of baseball caps has changed since the day of their introduction. Caps became more structured and had their brims lengthened. They have also turned into a world heritage and now crown the heads of millions of people who have nothing to do with baseball. From designer baseball caps to those bearing the logos of the team you are rooting for, their ranks are plentiful. There are many types of baseball capes that can make a fine addition to your daily outfit. To a regular observer, there are all just hats with visors, but this couldn’t be further from the truth.  

Dad Hats

Called so because of their strong appreciation by dads (probably), a dad hat is your regular baseball cap. This is a modest-looking hat featuring a 5-panel design and a slightly curved visor. All dad hats are one-size-fits-all caps equipped with an adjustment strap in the back. They are the most popular style of baseball caps, and even brands that have little to do with headwear produce them as their merchandise. On this page, you can find dad caps bearing the logos of Vortex, Sitka, and several other brands.

Snapback Hats

Snapbacks are more straightforward and heavyset in their design, with 6 panels and a flat and wide visor. The front panel of a snapback is hard and pre-shaped, which makes it a perfect place for eye-catching or attention-requiring designs. Despite their burliness, they are also adjustable. Kimes Ranch is one of the brands that specialize in producing snapback caps.

Fitted Baseball Caps

In contrast to adjustable baseball caps, their fitted counterparts have no mechanisms to change the size of the cap. They have a closed back with no openings. Such designs look tailored and whole, and even though the fabric is usually pretty flexible, you need to find the appropriate size. O’Neill is an example of a brand producing fitted caps. 

Here, on Gritr Outdoors, we have a wide choice of baseball caps for men and women. You can choose from traditional designs as well as warm variants designed for winter wear.