Published Oct 10. 2006

GFF Caps

We're considering having another batch made

Many years ago in the late childhood or early adolescence of GFF, partner Steve Schweitzer had a batch of caps with an embroidered logo made up. The idea was to sell these caps on the site, and we even opened a small shopping system to handle the chore. But you know what? Nobody bought our caps! It wound up being an expense and most of the caps were given away to friends. But lately I have been asked a few times about GFF caps, with clear indications that people want them, so I'm now trying to get some quotes on caps from local shops. The problem is that I have to buy at least 50 and I have to pay them up front. This will again mean expenses and since I'm not quite sure whether there is a genuine interest, I'm just trying this way of getting a show-of-hands for GFF caps. Would you be interested in a GFF cap? My estimate is that they will wind up costing about 15-18 UD$ each plus postage. That will cover expenses and leave a bit of room for unsold goods.
This was the old model, but we're aiming at somthing like it
Are you interested? Drop me a mail on or let your voice be heard in this thread in our forum.
This cap has been places!


I don't wear ball caps. I need/like a wide brim hat for all around protection.

Sign me up........always in for a great cap....

Martin Joergensen's picture


You're one of our great supporters. Thanks!

I don't know about shirts... I'll look into the CafePress thing. Others have pointed in the same direction. I prefer stitching and they only do print, but it might be an option anyway. And they have a ton of other product types.


Are you getting shirts as well? I would buy a sweat shirt if you got those made. Cafe Press will do a line of shirts, caps and mugs on a small run. Look the guy's stuff on Mike

I still have an original cap, I must be the only one that bought one. Sign me for the version 2.

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