OUR STORY

March Caps was started with a vision to creatively bridge the worlds of sportswear and street style—to make a product that was aesthetically innovative, ethically made, and personally inspiring.

 

As lifelong caps obsessives we know that choosing to put one on is like sharing something about yourself with every person you pass on the street, whether it bares the logo of a sports team or the signature print of a designer. It can instantly create a bond or a division—in either case, a conversation about your passions and your style.

March is inspired by graphic design taken down to the studs: minimalist and geometric forms showcasing bold, unorthodox color pairings. While the caps' inspirations range from the cities we grew up in to the artists who continually influence us, the language of shape and color unequivocally defines each one. Read the origin stories.

From the start, the only thing that matched the importance of the designs themselves was maintaining a socially conscious company. March Caps are designed in New York City and made in the U.S.A. Our fabric and snaps come from Missouri, our thread is made in North Carolina, and every cap is manufactured in California.

Each style is produced in a single run of 150 and individually numbered and signed by the designer. 

 

From The Founder

Mickey Mouse My personal hat history starts with this guy. I was lucky enough to spend a school vacation at Disney World and my six-year-old head was sporting Micke Mouse gear for the entire trip and months after.

Mickey Mouse

My personal hat history starts with this guy. I was lucky enough to spend a school vacation at Disney World and my six-year-old head was sporting Micke Mouse gear for the entire trip and months after.

Union Army My Uncle Charles, a history teacher and lifelong buff, was always giving me stuff that had to do with the Alamo, the Civil War and World War II. One of the few items that's (somewhat) survived many moves and basement toy boxes is this Union soldier hat.

Union Army

My Uncle Charles, a history teacher and lifelong buff, was always giving me stuff that had to do with the Alamo, the Civil War and World War II. One of the few items that's (somewhat) survived many moves and basement toy boxes is this Union soldier hat.

Phoenix Suns The 90s were a bad scene for my Boston Celtics, so at age 7 I found solace in a second team, and a player I could relate to off the bat just because of his name, Charles Barkley. The Phoenix Suns were fantastic to watch, and looking back now their colors really epitomized the decade.

Phoenix Suns

The 90s were a bad scene for my Boston Celtics, so at age 7 I found solace in a second team, and a player I could relate to off the bat just because of his name, Charles Barkley. The Phoenix Suns were fantastic to watch, and looking back now their colors really epitomized the decade.

Boston Red Sox Of course things turned around for Boston sports in the early 2000s. This 2004 Red Sox World Series Champions hat is hugely sentimental and massively ugly. Still heart it.

Boston Red Sox

Of course things turned around for Boston sports in the early 2000s. This 2004 Red Sox World Series Champions hat is hugely sentimental and massively ugly. Still heart it.