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Occupational Head gear
Hats Fedorconstruction hard hata Hats to Ball Caps

Men's hats and caps come in all styles including fedoras, berets, ball caps to cowboy hats and bowler hats. Most hats serve a purpose related to the occupation in some way, whether the purpose is functionary such as with the hard hat to protect the head from falling objects or wide-brimmed sombrero hat of Mexico and the Philippines which provides much needed shade from the hot sun. A king's crown serves to identify the wearer as powerful and in charge.

Hats for Status, Authority or Wealth

There are unique and distinguishable hat or cap designs suitable for nearly every career field or occupation. Head coverings serve not only to protect the wearer's eyes and head from the bright, hot sun and elements such as rain, sleet and snow, but hats also help others to identify the rank, file or status of the wearer.

Official hats (and uniforms) such as the ones worn by police make it easier for the public to immediately identify the officer as an authority figure. The large billowing hat of a master chef lets everyone in the restaurant know who prepared their masterpiece of a meal set before you. The color and shape of the bright yellow hard hat in a construction area lets everyone know that objects may fall painfully on your noggin so you'd better grab one before entering the zone.

Mens hats and caps come in all styles including fedoras, berets, ball caps to cowboy hats and bowler hats. Most hats serve a purpose related to the occupation in some way, whether the purpose is functionary such as with the hard hat to protect the head from falling objects or wide-brimmed sombrero hat of Mexico and the Philippines which provides much needed shade from the hot sun. A king's crown serves to identify the wearer as powerful and in charge.

 

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