Magpul Introduces New Hat Line

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posted on November 4, 2016
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Starting from scratch, Magpul designed a new line of hats for 2016, ensuring that the headgear maintained the quality expected from products designed, engineered and patterned by Magpul. Five different hat designs are available in this redesigned line.

The first option from the company is the Go-Bang Mid-Crown Snapback. The gear features a moisture-management headband and a non-abrasive mesh on the rear of the cap. The hats themselves feature the company name, along with the phrase "Quality Go-Bang Parts" and "Made in the USA." The hats are made from 46 percent cotton and 54 percent polyester and are available in black, coyote, dark blue and gray. Retail price on the mid-crown snapback is $21.95.

Other options from the company is the Magpul Script Mid-Crown Snapback. These hats feature the same construction as the company's other snapbacks, but the company name, "Magpul," is featured in script writing. These hats are available in gray, coyote and leather brown and also retail for $21.95.

Other options from the company include hats with the Magpul Icon, which retail for $24.95. These hats are available in gray and charcoal and feature no mesh backing.

Magpul Core Cover Wordmark Low-Crown Stretch Fit hats are also available and feature a construction made from 97 percent cotton and 3 percent spandex. In keeping with the Magpul crowd, these hats feature no top button to facilitate use with ear protection. The low-crown options come in gray, khaki and olive and retail for $23.95.

Finally, the company features a charcoal hat with the iconic Culpeper Flag, which features a coiled snake and the phrases "Liberty or Death" and "Don't Tread On Me." The Culpeper Flag Low-Crown Adjustable hat retails at a suggested price of $26.95.

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