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New Batting Practice & Spring Training Cap & Logo for 2018


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I’m sure that patch is heat pressed on. It will NOT come off. I own an apparel company, and design and produce a lot of headwear. I’m sure that patch has an even layer of hot glue then is heat pressed on. Sounds like it would be easy to remove, but unless you are taking a blow torch to it, it won’t come off. I create fishing apparel that is out in extreme sun conditions and have never seen any patch come off. This is common practice for attaching a patch on. We add one stitch surrounding our patches for extra measures, but I know of many companies that don’t, and don’t have issues. As long as it’s done right, it’ll stay put, unless someone intentionally tries to remove it. 

 

 

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Noticing extra blue.

 

I thought of this too. Besides it all obviously being on a black cap, the logo itself is the first Miami Marlins logo with absolutely zero black. Hopefully that's the sign of a new direction with the logos EXCEPT for one huge issue... because of the timing, these logos for 2018 were not designed by the Jeter Sherman ownership. They're from the previous ownership. 

 

 

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I’m sure that patch is heat pressed on. It will NOT come off. I own an apparel company, and design and produce a lot of headwear. I’m sure that patch has an even layer of hot glue then is heat pressed on. Sounds like it would be easy to remove, but unless you are taking a blow torch to it, it won’t come off. I create fishing apparel that is out in extreme sun conditions and have never seen any patch come off. This is common practice for attaching a patch on. We add one stitch surrounding our patches for extra measures, but I know of many companies that don’t, and don’t have issues. As long as it’s done right, it’ll stay put, unless someone intentionally tries to remove it. 

 

Good post, thanks for the info. 

 

 

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I’m sure that patch is heat pressed on. It will NOT come off. I own an apparel company, and design and produce a lot of headwear. I’m sure that patch has an even layer of hot glue then is heat pressed on. Sounds like it would be easy to remove, but unless you are taking a blow torch to it, it won’t come off. I create fishing apparel that is out in extreme sun conditions and have never seen any patch come off. This is common practice for attaching a patch on. We add one stitch surrounding our patches for extra measures, but I know of many companies that don’t, and don’t have issues. As long as it’s done right, it’ll stay put, unless someone intentionally tries to remove it. 

 

a steamer would do the trick, over time pretty sure hot sun, sweat and body temp will win over a glued patch 

 

 

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