CASA TIGRE TRUCKER
The Trucker Hat as we know it today has its origins in the early 1970s, being primarily used as promotional items for truck drivers or farmers by rural businesses such as cattle feed stores or gas stations.
In the mid-1800s, baseball teams didn't use standard models, even though caps were part of players' uniforms.
They were never really trendy until the 70s, when this particular item gradually began to gain a coolness outside the sporting environment.
During the 90s, Trucker became a trend, particularly among suburban American youth associated with the hip-hop, pop punk, and Skater subcultures.
This appropriation is curious and ironic due to the hat's former rural or redneck association with typically older demographic groups.
Nowadays, despite its widespread use, the Trucker screams rebellion and faith, fundamental in every wardrobe.
It was inevitable that there would be a Casa Tigre Trucker.
All black and featuring our classic Tiger proudly embroidered in gold, it's now available in store or online.