Now operating all-over the world, Nike is the go-to name for trend-setting sportswear. Steeped in athletic history, the brand was initially founded in 1964 by Bill Bowerman and Phil Knight as 'Blue Ribbon Sports'. Tailored to all active lifestyles, some of the sporting world's most notable instances have been supported by Nike. Men's Nike hats are as stylish as they are functional. Hugely popular as sartorial statements, snapback caps, trucker hats, visors and beanie hats are instantly recognisable with bold company branding emblazoned across each design.
The Nike Hats Buying Guide
Since its creation in 1978, Nike has been a staple within the sporting and fashion world. With a heritage in track and field, all the hats have stood the test of time — from classic baseball caps and snapbacks to Nike SB and Nike ACG hats. Nike's rich history and experience mean that there is a hat for every occasion and look. Ahead, take a look at our Nike hat buying guide, which will help you discover one of the many styles that may work for you along with a guide on how to decide on the right size.
The Most Wanted Nike Men’s Hats
Nike Classic Baseball Cap
Nike helped skyrocket the popularity of baseball caps back into the minds of all, using their experience and knowledge they have gained throughout the years to create not only iconic looking baseball caps but also practical and high-quality caps. Nike has a variety of baseball caps on offer, featuring Nike Jordan, Nike ACG, and many more sub-brands. There is genuinely a color, style, and material to fit everyone's personality and style.
Nike SB Beanies
Nike SB is a sub-brand of Nike that focuses on skateboarding. Born out of the skating culture and style is a carefully curated collection of beanies that features unique cuts such as the fisherman and shortie beanie, with a simple Nike SB logo embroidered on the beanie, these beanies are a timeless classic.
Nike ACG Hats
‘All-conditions gear’ is what ACG stands for, Nike has used this to create a distinctive collection of hats that range from beanies and bucket hats to fleece covered five-panel caps. A Nike ACG hat is a staple everyone’s wardrobe needs.
The Nike Sizing guide
Knowing what size to get can take longer than finding your perfect hat, but with this guide, we have made it easy. Using either a flexible tape or a piece of string and a ruler, measure from the back of your head to the center of your head (bringing both ends of the string or tape to your forehead) Remember to put the tape measure or the string in the position you expect the hat to sit. Once you have found the measurement, use the chart below to find your perfect fit.
Most Nike hats come in one size, with the brand’s baseball caps featuring an adjustable back fastening so it can be customized. For Nike hats that come in S-XL sizing, you can use the above chart to convert to your head measurements.
For example, if your head size is 23 inches, you will need to buy your Nike hat in a size L/XL.
|SIZE||NUMERIC SIZE (in.)||HEAD SIZE (in.)||HEAD SIZE (cm)|
|S/M||6 3/4–7 1/8||21 1/4–22 3/8||54–57|
|M/L||7–7 3/8||22–23 1/8||56–59|
|L/XL||7 1/4–7 5/8||22 3/4–23 7/8||58–61|
|One Size Fits All – Men||6 3/4–7 5/8||21 1/4–23 7/8||54–61|
- How do you know if a Nike hat is real?
Nike hats are easily identifiable by the quality of the material and construction along with an SKU number that can be found on the tag attached to the hat. If the number is missing or doesn’t match the hat is likely a fake.
- What are Nike hats made from?
Nike’s range of hats is extensive and complex. Most hat styles will be constructed of the same material, therefore most snapbacks and baseball caps will be constructed of 100 cotton panels, which is durable and reliable. Most beanies will be constructed of a wool and acrylic blend. Nike does construct some hats with their own special materials such as Dri-Fit® which will wick any moisture away from the head. If you need to know specific materials being used please find these next to the item before you order.
- Where are Nike hats made?
Nike hats are produced outside of the USA in over 430 factories in 41 countries. Nike ensures that all workers are paid well, working conditions are more than satisfactory and that all factories have clean air regulations.