Add Embroidery or Patch to Existing Blank Hats
Let us customize our already in-stock laid back blank hats with your branding, for customers and / or employees.
What's the minimum?
Minimums start at 250 hats per design. The price shown includes the cost of the blank hat.
What's turnaround like? What happens after I pay?
Once you pay and we receive hat details plus your e-mailed finalized vector artwork, we'll send you a digital proof for final approval and once we have that, we'll get you on our production schedule. Samples can take 10-12 business days and full production takes 40 days.
Is it possible to do less than the 250 pcs minimum?
For any orders under 250 pcs, we highly recommend ordering our blanks via Wholesale and having them decorated by a preferred decorator found here. We can have our blanks shipped directly to them and in most cases, their minimums start at 24 pcs.
Can I just order a sample of a custom hat?
Sorry, we are not offering orders of customized hat samples at this time. If you want to see a blank sample, especially of a specific color, fabric, or style, we recommend purchasing whatever you're exactly trying to see here.
How do I get started?
Please fill out the form above and complete payment to begin the customization process. Once submitted, please e-mail us vector artwork, to size, if you haven't already uploaded it above, so that we can get you a digital mock and get you on our schedule.
You will be able to track the progress of the build of your hats on our Order Lookup Page.
What are specs for artwork? The artwork should be to the size you'd like it made on your hat. Our max embroidery size is 2.5" x 5". We need vectorized files of your artwork saved as .ai, .eps, or .pdf. Do not send us flat images just saved as .ai, .eps, etc. they need to be actually vectors :)
Please make sure to outline your text -
- Select the type that you want to convert into outlines. Once this is selected scroll over to the “Type” drop down at the top of your screen.
- Select “Create Outlines” from the drop down.
We always recommend taking out a hat and a tape measure to figure out what logo size works best for your artwork. You could even size it up on your computer, print it out, and lay it on the front panels of a hat to give you an idea.