Solid Color Caps -
A blank two tone cap is perfect for attaching your own logo. The idea of using contrasting colors on a baseball cap has always been around but the visor and trim color historically contrasted with the white or gray of the uniform. Otherwise, teams wore solid color caps. In 1937 The Cincinnati Reds were the first major league team to use both trim colors on a ball cap. By the 1940's the idea was wide spread. Below is our collection of beautiful wool flannel two color caps of that era.
The standard 1940's, soft-crown, wool flannel cap with contrasting colors in the visor, button and eyelets. Inside is a horsehair front backing and leather sweat band. The 3” visor is the modern length and comes with a dark green under visor.