Now customers will be able to represent their favorite college or university while enjoying all the benefits of Headsweats technology
(PRWEB) September 08, 2014
Just in time for the start of college football season, two major national headwear retailers have announced a partnership that will be bring an elite line of collegiate headwear to the market. Headsweats, a national retailer known for their athletic headwear, and Top of the World, the premier collegiate headwear company based out of Oklahoma, have introduced their line on Headsweats website.
“This partnership will allow us to add our patented moisture wicking technology to college-branded hats from Top of the World,” said Alan Romick, president and founder of Headsweats. “Now customers will be able to represent their favorite college or university while enjoying all the benefits of Headsweats technology.”
Headsweats will be offering branded hats, visors, and beanies from hundreds of universities and colleges throughout the United States including Big 12 team like Alabama, West Virginia, and Oklahoma State. The partnership with Top of the World will allow Headsweats to license headwear from colleges big and small, giving customers a wide array of choices.
Each style offered in the collegiate line will feature the superior wicking technology that has made Headsweats popular with athletes around the world, and led to the company being the official headwear sponsor of the 2014 Tour de France.
“Working with Top of the World allows us to offer more licensed headwear from more schools around the country,” said Romick. “They are ranked first in sales of collegiate wear, and we’re thrilled to work with a company that has the same commitment to quality that we do.”
Headsweats offers a warranty on all of the products on their website, including their collegiate line. Customers interested in ordering the Headsweats line can visit the company’s website at http://www.headsweats.com.
Headsweats was founded in 1998 after avid cyclist Alan Romick got frustrated with the perils of heavy sweat blindness. He set out to develop headgear that would meet his needs while riding, and with feedback from the cycling community, he developed his first hat and released it in four colors. The hat was a success with athletes around the world, and today the company has over a dozen different products in 140 different colors and styles. Check them all out at http://www.headsweats.com.