(PRWEB) February 21, 2014
Outdoor Retailer recently wrapped up their winter market at the end of January in Salt Lake City, UT at the Salt Palace Convention Center. The market featured products, apparel and gear for winter outdoor activities including skiing, hiking, camping, and more. Hat company Headsweats, based in Cincinnati, wowed show goers with their line of winter hats and beanies.
“These are more than just regular hat,” said Headsweats owner Alan Romick. “Our gear is made to keep your head warm and dry, making them perfect for winter outdoor activities.”
The company’s unique design wicks away sweat while keeping outdoor enthusiasts from losing precious body heat through their head. Their winter collection includes base layers for helmets, hats, and beanies in a variety of colors and styles. All of the winter offerings have a low profile so they can be used during any winter activity.
The hats have continued to increase in popularity since Romick began manufacturing the line in 1998, becoming a “secret weapon” of sorts for winter athletes. The company has now sold well over one million hats, and they expect that number to soar after their success a the Outdoor Retailer event in January where thousands of buyers, business owners, and manufacturers were in attendance.
“Our fellow outdoor retailers were excited by the product and wanted to buy our products for themselves,” said Romick. “When other outdoor enthusiasts love your product, you know you’re doing something right.”
Customers interested in the winter line of hats can visit Headsweats’ online store at http://www.headsweats.com. Hats are available for customization and rush shipping.
Headsweats was founded in the winter of 1998 by cyclist Alan Romick. Wanting to create a better hat for athletes, he was tired of dealing with sweat and sunscreen getting into his eyes. He created his first hat and made it available in only four colors. The hat was a hit with athletes on all playing fields, and today Headsweats hats are available in 140 different colors and styles. You can learn more about Headsweats on their website at http://www.headsweats.com.