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Rasta hats celebrate the colors of Jamaica – the home of the Rastafarian movement or the Abrahamic religion. In fact, people from Barbados and Jamaica have claimed the ancestral origin of such hats. Although there is no credible documented proof linking the origin of Rasta hats to Jamaica, it is a popular belief that this particular hat really originated from this island. Also called a tam hat, it is a round and tall crocheted cap. But while the Rasta hats are often associated with the Rastafarian movement, they can be worn by anyone especially mostly men. Rasta hats have a similar construction of toque hats but they are crocheted. However, there are other Rasta hats that are woven and sewn. They come in a wide array of shapes, sizes, and designs. Today, they are often worn for fashion and as a political statement. But most especially, they are worn because they are convenient. Check our Newly Arrived Caps and Hats
Celebrate colors of the Jamaican shores by wearing the Rasta hats. Rasta hats are inspired by the infamous Bob Marley. Rasta hats exist in the form of ball caps and beanies. They have a laidback appeal to them, characteristic of the Rasta movement. But if it is equally laidback hat that you want, then you can never go wrong with the Children's Hats
. These hats feature designs that will appeal to the younger audience. The designs can include those featuring animals to crazy designs.
Other than the youth hats, there are other designs that you can opt for. So if you are looking for sophisticated hats that celebrate patriotic spirit, then you can never go wrong with either Made in the USA Hats, Best Selling Hats and Caps
or Military Hats. You can wear both hats on Patriot’s Day or Independence Day as they celebrate not only bravery as well as undying love for the country. Aside from being worn on special events, they are also exceptional gift items that you can give to friends, colleagues, and family members.