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17 Dec

The Quick Guide To Hard Hats Online

Posted by Colin Jones

Carbon Fiber Hard Hats

Whether you are looking for a hard hat with the carbon fiber look, or a heavy-duty hard hat for high temperature or high impact construction sites, these hats look awesome while being lightweight

Orange County Choppers™ Hard Hat


This Carbon Fiber Hard hat made by AO Safety is made from a high-density polyethylene, with a carbon-fiber look. Comes with 4-point ratchet suspension, height adjustments, and cushioning, so you will get the comfort and fit you need in a safety hard hat. Featuring the Orange County Choppers logo on the front and back, this is one stylish hard hat!

This hard hat meets ANSI Z89.1-2003 Type 1, Class C and G standards.

Camo Hard Hats

If you're looking to blend in on a construction site this could be the hard hat for you just depending on where you're working.  Or if you enjoy all things camo this is definitely your hat.

3M Realtree Pro Hatchet Hard Hat, Camouflage


This high quality Camouflage hard hat is made out of high density polyethylene with a UV protective finish and with a 4 point ratchet suspension.

Pink Hard Hats

Whether you are working at a construction site or need something for home improvement projects.   With both ratchet suspension and pin-lock suspension styles, full brimmed, or partial brimmed, make sure your hard hat meets some form of ANSI regulations, so you know that they are safe.

Pink Skull Bucket Aluminum Cap Style Ratchet Suspension Hard Hat


Pink hard hat in the classic Aluminum style, but compliant with ANSI Z89.1 standards

Yellow Childrens Hard Hat

Dress up your little construction worker in this childs construction worker hard hat. They can pretend to be Bob the builder all day.  

16 Dec

Breast Cancer Awareness Hats and Accessories Bring Color to NFL

Posted by Colin Jones

It’s October and the NFL season is in full effect (thanks goodness!). October is also National Breast Cancer Awareness month, bringing an interesting pairing each year. To support breast cancer awareness (and quite possibly to increase their female fan base), NFL teams will be showing pink on their cleats, wristbands, chinstraps, and sideline hats. There are a variety of styles of Breast Cancer Awareness hats that coaches and players can chose from, but all of the styles have some pink coloring mixed into the design.

Not only will the players, coaches, and referees have some pink on their hats and accessories, but they will also be autographing and auctioning off pink merchandise to donate to the American Cancer Society.

This might seem like a stretch, but I wish baseball teams would do something to bring awareness and support to skin cancer. Skin cancer is the number one form of cancer and needs just as much awareness as breast cancer. If they wore some sort of special sun protection hats even for one week of the season, it could do a lot to bring awareness to the masses. Regardless, I commend the efforts to bring awareness to cancer in general. Below is a short news piece on the breast cancer awareness hats and accessories being worn in the NFL this month.

13 May

Love the Sun with a Hat On

The sun is finally starting to show it's face around the Seattle area and nothing makes me happier. You really can't beat the weather around here when it's sunny which got me thinking about something: how important is it really to wear a sun hat to protect yourself from the sun? My wife is really diligent about putting hats on our kids' heads when it's sunny. I never really thought about it because for most of my life I've had a thick head of dark hair and have only been burnt on rare occasions. When you have kids though, you have to start thinking like an adult; even if you're already an adult but never thought like one. For instance, if you're obsessed with tanning yourself, like this New Jersey mom, you really ought to think twice about exposing your kids to the negative effects of the sun.  There really is no easier way to protect yourself from the sun than throwing on a hat. You can mess with sunscreen and that is an option but that can be messy and time consuming. It is also something you have to keep reapplying every few hours to keep up the protection. If you wear a sun protection hat or physician endorsed hat it will not only cover your head but the wide brim will cover your back and shoulders a lot while you are standing. Not to mention that a hat has many more uses than keeping the sun off you and out of your eyes. It can also keep you warm at night too besides just keeping you cool during the day. Not to mention that a stylish hat can be a fashion statement and add a very noticeable level of sophistication in a way that no other accessory really can. It's funny when you hear about teens and crazy moms from New Jersey using tanning beds like crazy. I have nothing against a good tan and actually love sitting out in the sun myself. It just seems like I hear more and more about the negative effects of too much sun exposure and skin cancers. Especially if you are susceptible to sunburns and have some of the high risk factors such as light hair, eyes, and skin than you should really think about wearing something to protect yourself from getting burnt. There will always be people that are naturally tanner than you and nothing is really worth getting skin cancer for. The most important thing is always to keep yourself from getting sunburned and a good sun hat is the perfect way to do that if you have to be out in the sun.
30 Apr

Crazy Kentucky Derby Hats

Posted by Colin Jones in funny, hats in pop culture, Sun Hats
The Kentucky Derby is coming up in just a few days and while I've never been to one or even watched it on t.v. there is one thing that everyone knows about it: there will be hats. Next to the actual races there is nothing that comes to mind more than celebrities wearing crazy hats while drinking their mint juleps in Millionaire's Row. Surely there will be some derby hats in the audience alongside what look like giant sun hats with crazy feathers and colors on it.  While the women do wear quite elaborate, bold, and gaudy hats, it's the men that I find to be truly entertaining. It's obvious that for most men being the most stylish is not the goal. Being funny and awesome seems to be what is on most men's mind (and on top of their heads). Just check out this gallery here of some of the great hats that men wear. It really got me wondering how much time these guys spend on making these things? I'm assuming that they make them themselves because I'm pretty sure you would have a hard time convincing your wife or girlfriend to make a cowboy hat out of a Coor's Light box. But who knows? Maybe some women are into that kind of craftiness? It's funny how these kinds of traditions last over all these years. It seems like if you can get a whole bunch of people to get together and do something silly together they will make it a tradition and keep doing it for years. As long as everyone is being stupid then anyone can. Not that I'm saying we shouldn't do these kinds of things, it actually looks really fun. It's kind of like being a kid again. If you ever sit around with a bunch of kids and watch the way that they play you'll notice that the most important thing to them is what the other kids are doing. If everyone is doing something they have to do it to. If they can't participate that's when the trouble starts. If all the kids are wearing hard hats except for one there is bound to be trouble. So perhaps silly hats are just a way for grown ups to take a break from being so serious and just play like they used to. If only it was that simple because grown ups have a hard time playing anything without attaching some kind of labels or hierarchy system. But maybe for a day everyone will have fun

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