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The Clink Room 'Chupacabras by Kurt Hunzeker' Fitted Cap 

The Clink Room is very proud to introduce their first cap and T-shirt design collaboration with Taco Shop League Contest winner Kurt Hunzeker. The Taco Shop League is Clink's brainstorm project encouraging the general public to come-up with an original team name and design their team's cap logo. The Chupacabras design by Kurt Hunzeker of St.Louis, was voted the best by The Clink Room community.  Produced by ELM Company, the cap is started off with a purple wool foundation and then fully customized with original art, printed green under visor, and inside labeling system. Another cool feature is the unique embroidered patches made for each available head size... real cool, see the video! Last but not least, are the tees with The Chupacabras alternate mark.  Support Clink Room and independent artists by picking up one these caps here.  


CLOUT x ELM Company "OBLVN C" Seersucker Fitted Caps

Clout is back for summer action with their latest OBLVN Seersucker fitted caps produced by ELM Company.  The caps feature cotton, graphite/white, seersucker fabric with a custom, embroidered C letter designed by OBLVN. The cap also features the ELM leaf, Clout Header, and new C logo embroidered around the crown.  On sale now for $50 through Clout.

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Breezy Excursion Fitted Caps by ELM Company

Breezy Excursion is back with two new fitted caps for 2010 produced in collaboration with ELM Company.  The first style is their classic B fitted cap, this time in chenille applique.  Inspired by the letterman jacket, the cap uses a chenille B on wool plus leather button and top visor.  The back of the cap features a Past&Present embroidered hit.  Next up is The Regulators fitted cap inspired by none other than Warren G's song by the same name and Raiders football team.  This is an all wool cap with front and back-embroidered hits. Both caps have satin inside linings. You can purchase both styles now through BR's online shop.

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Pros & Cons x ELM Company Fitted Caps

LA based, Pros & Cons Clothing is now stocking a pair of fitted caps originally from their Holiday 09 collection produced in connection with ELM Company.  The first style is the Mono-Script, two-tone fitted cap in black and red.  The front mono-script design is done up in raised embroidery and white button/eyelets accents.  Next up, The Bandit fitted cap rocks a white/black two-tone style with red button and eyelets. Both caps are made with premium wool and laced with green under visors.  Available now through Pros &

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4FIFTEEN "Muni Driver" Fitted Caps

The Bay's own, 4FIFTEEN, introduces their first fitted cap produced in connection with ELM Company. 4Fifteen works up their own version of SF's Municipal Railway operator hats with a 4fifteen logo inspired by the MUNI logo. The caps are made in brown wool with orange buttons and under visors plus SF embroidered on the back panels.  Available now through the official 4FIFTEEN online shop.


New CLOUT x ELM Two-Tone Fitted Caps 

CLOUT is back with a third installment of fitted caps produced in connection with ELM Company.  This new batch of fitted caps introduce the simple but must have two-tone styles rocking their original "CLOUT Logo” and “Classic CLOUT Header” designs.  All caps also feature side ELM leaf logo and offered in black/gray, black/white and gray/black combos.  Check Clout online to cop yours.  

Images: CLOUT


ELM Company Spring/Summer 2010 Headwear

Below is a look at some new headwear pieces from ELM Company's Spring/Summer 2010 offering.  Starting off with the Three Stripe fitted cap, this style is made with waxed duck canvas and features three striped stitch-down application and ELM embroidery on the side panel. The three stripe fitted cap is also offered in mustard.  Next up, ELM brings out more 5-Panels constructed out of different plaid fabrics and made to connect to their apparel line.  All pieces are now available through official ELM dealers.

Images: ELM Company