It Used To Be Called a “Hat”

When I first heard kids talk about snapbacks I was curious as to what that was. All it is is a ballcap that has those stud things adjust the size. I was baffled that the way a hat could be fastened was now a major fashion statement. Back in the ’90s pretty much all ballcaps were like that, so calling it a snapback wouldn’t have made sense since there was nothing to compare it to. We called them hats.


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