Concord Weavers 1938 Vintage Ballcap



History: The Carolina League was an “Outlaw” league, meaning they were not members of the National Association, and did not adhere to its rules. Many Carolina League teams were affiliated with textile mills. The mills would often give players no-show jobs in order to get them on their baseball teams. Minor league players from organized baseball would also “moonlight” with Carolina League teams under assumed names to earn extra cash. Great 8-panel cap.

Product Details:

  • North Carolina State League
  • Made in the USA
  • Authentic reproduction of the ballcap worn in 1938 by the Concord Weavers
  • Royal crown and visor
  • Red button
  • Felt red on cream "C"
  • Soft Visor
  • 8-Panel construction
  • Green satin under visor
  • Horse hair buckram crown
  • Satin taping
  • Cotton sweatband
  • Item #: CON38C8
Adjustable size comes with a leather strap and antiqued brass closure.
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