If you are in the mood for a great urban style, then fitted hats are the way to go. Many people enjoy these hats because of their snug fit. There are many places to buy Custom fitted hats such as hat stores or right off the internet. They range in all different sizes from 6 3/8 to 8 1/4. Some come with elastic band in them for a tighter fit. Others come in their natural size and will adjust in time.
Some of the places to buy these hats are for starters, the local mall. This is always a good place to start when looking because malls usually have a sports apparel store of some sort in it. If not they usually have a hat store that sells just baseball caps. These places usually have a greater selection then the sports stores because they focus on just selling one thing, and that is hats. If you can’t find them there the net is the next best alternative for purchasing these hats. You can find most of everything you need on there. If you are looking for a local sports team most likely you can also purchase them at their arena venue.
Prices for these hats can range anywhere from ten dollars up to fifty dollars. If the price of the hat is higher, usually it has a better quality. This is often the case with the major sports team’s hats. An authentic Major League Baseball hat will run you a lot of money. For the most part they will cost in the thirty dollar range. They last a long time so they are well worth the money.
The solution is simple: we need to learn the right fundamentals before we start coaching. It’s a responsibility that we accept when we volunteer to coach. Now, up front, I want to make sure to state that most of us think we know much more about sports than we really do. We think that because we played and we were pretty good that we clearly know how to teach a kid to play baseball or basketball. That’s simply not true. Much of what we learned was wrong. We may also not know the right way to communicate what we know to kids. Or, we may not know anything about the sport if we’re stepping in and coaching soccer or another sport that wasn’t “big” when we were young.
Fortunately, there is help. Many leagues do a good job teaching their coaches the fundamentals of the game. Some leagues even offer mandatory coaching clinics for their coaches. These are really good starts, but generally not enough – especially as the kids you coach get older and better. Before every season that I coach, I’ll watch several instructional tapes to review the fundamentals and also learn new material. I re-watch tapes, often with my kids that we’ve seen before and buy a couple of new ones to add some wrinkles. Of course, at SportsKids.com, we do offer 1,000’s of instructional books and videos, but the point of this section is to simply say to use whatever method you choose to make sure that you teach correct fundamentals. Every kid, even young kids, can learn with good coaching and remember: “Practice makes Permanent”.