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Welcome to your one-stop destination for all cap related matters. Our Journal covers a wide range of topics concerning caps and their usage.

The cap is traditionally considered a functional garment providing your eyes comfortable shade from the sun. But it is also nowadays a fashion piece. If you don't wear a cap already, here are the best five reasons for you to start wearing caps.

Welcome to Capipedia - our very own Wikipedia for Caps. Many are struggling with the terminology in the world of caps (no wonder, there's a whole science behind them). To help you, we have taken it back to school and created this cap glossary - your cheat sheet to understand caps.

We just felt like showing interesting personalities wearing caps throughout history. As a matter of fact, it gladdens us to see that the cap is a universal fashion accessory for both men and women. This one is for the Dalai Lama, Barack Obama and the late Princess Diana.

It's not unusual that people are confused about their hat size, so we thought we could provide you a hat sizing guide. Check out this informative piece in order to find your perfect fit!

Where does the baseball cap actually originate from? Why is it called "baseball" cap? And how come the cap has transformed from being a garment related to sports to a contemporary fashion accessory?

On all (or at least the vast majority of) baseball caps, there is a small button on the very top. What's actually the main purpose of this button?

One of the most common concerns when it comes to caps, hats or any form of headgear is that wearing them too often might speed up or even cause hair loss, a worry more frequently found among men but existing among women as well. However, is that really true?

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