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Imperial Announces Custom Knit hats

Imperial Headwear, the leading manufacturer of premium golf headwear, announced today a brand new, low-minimum, custom knit program called “Keep Warm Knits” as part of their element fighting WeatherSTRONG™ Collection.

The minimum for this custom knit program is just 24 hats and 1 dozen per style/color.

“Imperial’s new knit program is a perfect way for our customers to get into great customized product with very little risk,” said David Shaffer, director of marketing at Imperial Headwear.  “At two dozen minimums, you can’t afford not to try this program.”

The program features (6) new cold weather hat styles with customized club name knit into the hat design (up to 16 letters).  Each style is offered with or without pom-pom, and there are over 70+ color options from which to choose.

Imperial’s specialty headwear collection to fight the elements has been brought under the umbrella of a WeatherSTRONG™ Collection.  This collection includes:

  • Coolcore®:  To fight the heat and stay cool.
  • Sun Protection:  To protect from harmful UV rays.
  • Waterproof:  To keep you dry in wet weather.
  • Ultimate Stormchasers:  Waterproof and wind resistant fleece-lined caps to stay warm and dry.
  • Keep Warm Knits:  To keep you warm in the cold weather.

For more information about this program, please contact your local sales representative or call (800) 950-1916.

About Imperial Headwear

Founded in 1916, Imperial Headwear is the leading manufacturer and marketer of premium quality headwear for the golf market. Imperial is committed to style, functionality and perfection in fit and comfort. It is this commitment that has allowed the creation of a wide variety of headwear with quality that is second to none. Renowned for its superior customer service and art customization capabilities, Imperial offers its products using the most innovative digital design, logo and embroidery technologies. For further information please visit imperialsports.com or call (800) 950-1916.

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