Promote Your Brand with Custom Winter Hats

Colder weather means people need hats to keep their heads nice and toasty while out and about in frigid temperatures. Custom winter hats are a great way to get your logo out there and get yourself noticed. They work well as a cost effective giveaway, and are a great idea to add in with a winter themed gift basket.

For example, you could put together a basket with a custom winter hat, a scarf, pair of gloves, some hot cocoa mix and mugs, and give your “warmest” holiday wishes to a client or your employees. Giving hats away at trade shows is a great idea as well, as many people may wind up needing a winter hat but won’t have one on hand. They are also easy to toss out to someone who may want one, but can’t get through the crowd around your display.

Knit Cap Embroidered
Classic knit beanie style winter hat with multiple logo options. Whether you provide the emblem or prefer screen printing or embroidery, any of these options can be applied to this knit winter cap.

Knit Cap With Flat Cuff Embroidered
This is another great option as well, with contrasting color striping and a cuffed bottom to keep the ears extra warm. With this cap, your options include having your logo screen printed, embroidered, or you can even request that it be knit into the cuff of the winter hat.

District Threads Knit Hat with Earflaps
This custom winter hat has that fantastic, fun throwback look to it. The ear flaps keep your ears nice and cozy, while you can use the tassels to really hold them in place if the wind kicks up. The tassels on the sides are also easily removable, just in case when you leave the slopes, you decide you need a different look for the lodge.

These custom winter hats are all great options for a variety of needs. If you are planning a company outing to the ski slopes this winter, be sure you get all your employees outfitted in some custom winter hats. And don’t forget, they make great gifts and giveaways, too!

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