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HookLoop Hats - the most flexible headwear around today!
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Jul '08
With their easily interchangeable designs and color combinations, HookLoop Hats are the most flexible headwear around.

"The concept of changeable headwear came from the military, where you can remove or add rank and unit insignias and other emblems on your uniforms and gear," says Ryan T. Davis, owner-president of Silver Star Companies. "It just makes sense to be able to change what you want to wear without buying a new hat every time."

The concept behind HookLoop headwear is simple. Customers can buy just one hat and change it as many times as they want by simply switching the Hook and Loop (Velcro) patch.

This system offers the flexibility to accessorize and change the hat to match your clothing or event.

HookLoop offers several styles and colors of hats, and a wide selection of designs that attach to the hat, making it the ultimate in original changeable headwear.

Owning one such flexible hat offers many advantages. Its wearers need break in the hat only once, and they save both space and money but without compromising on design and expression.

The unique quality of one HookLoop hat makes it far more valuable than mass-produced, static hats like those produced by Nike or New Era.

HookLoop also produces military tactical hats, including the ever-popular Multicam pattern camouflage, the new fabric from Crye Precision. The Multicam pattern serves as the best camouflage available on the market.

HookLoop Hats have been particularly popular with party supporters during elections, and its humorous and fashionable patches have become big hits in the Los Angeles metropolitan area.

Rock bands and fashion gurus have already taken to the hats, and patches designating the MMA or the military have emerged in popular use.

"In this day and age, the ability to make a statement is important. Equally important is being able to change that statement when you want to," laughs Davis. "Not to mention people asking you that classic question: 'Hey, where'd you get that cool hat?'"

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