Huf stays true to the streets like very few other streetwear brands. The interaction with every skater’s natural element is major when it comes to Keith Hufnagel brand and this reflects on the accuracy of its headwear, steadily flexing to any headwear trend.
Last time we discussed a Huf headwear piece here on The Maxiemillion it was with the Pocket Classic 6 Panel Hat, that not only shows research on its materials but it also has a secret pocket under the visor. No hidden stash here on this Serif Snapback Hat but a truly innovative shape and a one of a kind embroidery.
Looking at these pictures of Francesca L we may figure out easily where the main difference with the average Dad Hat is. Even if this cap has an unstructured crown, the visor is straight, giving character to this item that looks retro even if at the same time you can feel its freshness. To contribute to such feeling take note of how the crown is not too tall.
Made of a navy blue twill that is a much needed change from the everyday black cap, the front of its crown shows a 2d embroidery whose positioning is unusual. It is very wide and at the same time it’s not placed in the center but rather in the low part, close to the line of the visor. As it always happens with snapbacks by brands that take care of every detail, even on this headwear piece you have a woven label in the back part where the plastic closure is.
Did you enjoy the contrast among turquoise and navy blue? Are you feeling this shape 100%? I feel the same and Huf in general keeps on delivering its flavor on current apparel. To be aware of its proposal in complex all you have to do is browse Blakshop section of Huf. There you will see what does “staying true to the streets” mean.
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