FairEnds Turns Deadstock Prints From Ghana Into Colorful Baseball Caps

by , 10/17/12   filed under: Eco-Friendly Accessories

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Hats off to FairEnds for designing a baseball cap that thinks outside of the diamond. Made in Montana in a bevy of unconventional prints, including polka dots and engineer stripes, each noggin-topper features the company’s heavy-duty five-panel construction and wide shallow brim. Our favorite of the lot? A series of one-of-a-kind hats derived from deadstock Ghanian wax-print fabric. Due to the nature of the material, quantities are limited, so move fast or prepare to strike out.

+ Baseball Caps $36-$48

+ FairEnds

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