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San Francisco Seals Vintage Inspired Ballcap

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Vintage Inspired Collection

Description: Inspired by the original 1940 San Francisco Seals ballcap. This collection takes some of our favorite styles and reimagines them as a key piece of your everyday uniform. Hand-sewn from genuine wool baseball cloth, this cap is built to last a lifetime.

Product Details:

  • Made in the USA
  • Genuine black wool broadcloth, cream felt Seal patch with embroidery
  • Standard visor with green satin under visor
  • Vintage hair cloth backed buckram crown
  • Adjustable size comes with a leather strap and antiqued brass closure.
  • Satin taping with cotton sweatband
  • Cream "Seals" embroidered lettering with tail on the back
  • Cream embroidered EFF logo on the left side
  • Item# SFSFC

League: Pacific Coast League

History: San Francisco joined the Pacific Coast League in 1903 and from that time until their departure in 1957 they were on of the league's most colorful franchises. The 1931 season saw the opening of magnificent Seals Stadium where the club remained until the end. Joe Dimaggio began his career with the Seals and had a 61-game hitting streak in 1933. The most beloved Seal was Lefty O'Doul who both played for and managed the club.

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Our caps faithfully replicate historic professional baseball caps from 1900 to 1970 and fit differently than modern caps. Try wrapping a piece of string around your head where a cap would naturally fit and then measure the string to find your size.

Size Head Measurement (in inches)
7 21 5/8”
7 1/8 22”
7 1/4 22 3/8”
7 3/8 22 3/4”
7 1/2 23 1/8"
7 5/8 23 1/2"
7 3/4 23 7/8"
7 7/8 24 1/4"
8 24 5/8"

Adjustable caps fit up to a size 7 5/8.

Measuring Guide

We offer three kinds of ballcap visors:

Pre-1940 ballcaps were made with soft visors so players could fold them up and put them in their back pockets. Later visors were done in standard (stiff visor) or short (also a soft visor). Check the product details to see which type of visor each cap has.

Soft Visor

Standard Visor

Short Visor

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