CUSTOM EMBROIDERED BALL CAPS
Posted: Wednesday, February 06, 2019 7:35:23 AM
Does anyone know where these are made ? As in Country.
Posted: Monday, February 11, 2019 5:18:57 PM
They are made in Reno, Nevada.
Posted: Thursday, February 14, 2019 5:35:36 AM
That's great news, I know the printing is done in Reno,
I was worried that if I advertise them as make in USA but the tag said some other country, I would catch Hell from some customers. Grin
Posted: Thursday, February 14, 2019 6:14:48 AM
Odds are it's made in another country. I looked but didn't find the name of the supplier for these hats.
Posted: Thursday, February 14, 2019 8:39:58 AM
Where they are made will likely depend on the style chosen..... but from looking up the companies it seems unlikely that any are manufactured here in the US - first off none say that, and as it is often a selling point, you'd expect them to bring it up... but looking up the companies.

Alternative Apparel - where the basic adjustable cap comes from. Their own ball caps on their web site are listed as imported, though the country of origin is not given

District - supplier of the distressed style caps does not disclose on it's web site where the caps are made, but their site suggests that many items may be imported, as they have a page that talks about disclosure, responsible supply chain, anti-slavery practices etc.

Flexfit, maker of the wool cap, lists their factories as being in Bangladesh and Vietnam
Posted: Thursday, February 14, 2019 10:11:22 AM
Al Mount wrote:
That's great news, I know the printing is done in Reno,
I was worried that if I advertise them as make in USA but the tag said some other country, I would catch Hell from some customers. Grin


I wouldn't mention made in USA.

@Zazzle it would be great to have an option of hats that are American made and say so.

ETA: I sell vintage trucker hats on eBay and "Made in USA" is a big advantage that helps me get good prices for them.

Nobody buys the foreign made hats unless they are super cheap...
Posted: Thursday, February 14, 2019 11:22:17 AM
I've all but given up trying to buy any kind of apparel that's made in the U.S.
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