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Because raising the visor of your regular hat up 1/4″ to accommodate your sunglasses IS DEFINITELY NOT AN OPTION you pleebe:

The S C I E N C E behind the notch:

I’ve mentioned this before, but Paul (the guy in the video) at Notch actually emailed me to thank me for the first post I made fun of them on, and asked if I wanted to link up for a giveaway.  Maybe someday once I quit traveling so much, if he’s still interested.  He’s one of the handful of people to actually embrace a roast post, rather than lose their mind over it (like some people do), like it actually matters what I think.

Maybe I’m the only one that’s absolutely shocked this is actually still, or ever has been a “thing”? I must be… because they have been around since at least 2013 and their lineup is looking ROBUST, fam.  Like I said before, I’m happy for them and the NOTCHos (what I just nicknamed their customers… you can have that one for free Paul 🤘😎).  6 years later, and I’m still disappointed they don’t have Notch underwear.

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Available now at ENDO Apparel.  By popular demand I ditched the “high front, flat brim snapback” style I used to sell.  This is a medium profile, has a curved brim, and is even crushable.  If you’re like me, you don’t want to have to be careful how you pack hats when you travel.  This one is structured in the front so it will look nice, but the structuring is forgivable so if you crush it all you need to do is punch your fist inside before you put it back on and it will be good to go.

Thanks for everything!

Fresh out the gate, already knee deep in this hat game.  The initial lineup:

ENDO-Gun-Firearm-Hats

I plan on releasing all sorts of hats from now on!  This is just the beginning.  Real nice quality.  You’re going to love the material, leather strapback, antique metal clasp… everything!  The hats have a real classic / vintage look and feel to them, you won’t be disappointed.

More pictures, details, and of course available for purchase over at the ENDO Apparel website.

Thank you all for the support.

ENDO-Mike

Keep the sun out of your eyes in style with this Made In America vintage style collaboration with Seattle, WA company Ebbets Field Flannels:

If you’re not familiar with hats from Ebbets Field, they are what I would describe as “hats for a grown man”.  From the materials to the construction, this isn’t your average ball cap that all the kids are wearing.

There are more pictures for you to check out over at the website, but they truly don’t do the hat justice.

Head over to ENDO Apparel to pick one up.

Thanks for the support!  Keep your eye on the sites for upcoming releases.  Those of you that were following me on Instagram (@EverydayNoDaysOff) got a sneak peak at this hat… if you want the drop on some other releases make sure to follow me there as I will be posting previews every now and then.

All invoices and labels here at ENDO are now printed on a Brother HL-5470DW laser printer, courtesy of Staples.

Created by the Militia Act of 1903, the Unorganized Militia consists of every able-bodied American male between 17 and 45 years of age who are not members of the National Guard or Naval Militia.:

Now that you know the history pick up a hat over at ENDO Apparel.  These are Zephyr brand, so if you’re familiar you know the quality is top notch.

Stay tuned for more products soon.  The response to the ENDO t-shirts has been amazing, and for that i’m really grateful.

Thanks so much everyone.

-ENDO-Mike

A 2005 study by graduate students at MIT determined that a tin foil hat could either amplify or attenuate radio frequencies depending on frequency.

And I just find this out in 2010? Damn it… :lol:

Wait… is this just to trick us into taking off our tinfoil hats because they actually DO work?  Definitely something to consider :P

So much for the standard “I lost all my guns in a tragic boating accident”

Check out the YouTube interview:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3OuhHUvl6Sc[/youtube]

M.I.T. webpage on the study – HERE

It’s Not Paranoia If They’re Really Out To Get You.

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