The black mises.org cap is quickly becoming one of our biggest hits. The warehouse is barely able to keep up with the flood of orders it has already received. It is easy to see why this is becoming one of our all-time most popular apparel items. It is the very essence of minimalism.
This Reebok water-resistant brushed tactel cap with pre-curved visor shields the eyes and protects from the elements. Mises.org is embroidered on the front of the cap in white. The cap is structured, low-profile with 6-panel design that provides for a comfortable tailor-made fit. A velcro closure at the back adjusts to the most comfortable size. Also the Reebok name is embroidered in black on the left side panel.
This cap is more than a piece of clothing. It is a work of art and a symbol of freedom itself. It spreads the message of liberty and self-determination in a cool, classy way. It sends a far more powerful message than any garish political rally sign could ever hope to do; it’s also way easier to get through security. It displays your deep attachment to the scholarship of liberty in the service of radical thought. It celebrates the great hero of the 20th century, and takes a step toward giving him his due
It is smart and classic on its own terms, but it also provides an entryway to telling other people about Mises, both the man and the Institute that bears his name and continues his legacy. This hat, then, becomes as small part of a revolutionary project to uproot the central planners and meddlers who are robbing us of liberty.
The mises.org black cap has already made its first appearance at a rock concert, atop the lead singer’s head no less. Soon they will be everywhere. They will be seen at restaurants, in airports, colleges, parties, concerts, beaches—everywhere there is human activity, this cap is will be there. They can be worn by all people, no matter the age, sex, race, or class. It makes a universal statement.
Now everyone has a chance to follow these rock stars’ lead and sport the mises.org black cap in fun, exciting places. If you go somewhere special, wear your mises.org cap and have someone take your picture. You can then upload it to share with everyone. Soon the traveling gnome will look like a regular couch-potato compared to the mises.org cap. We can’t wait to see loyal Misesians proudly wearing their hats at places like the Eiffel Tower, Big Ben, the Great Pyramids, Tokyo, Berlin, Moscow, Buenos Aires, just about everywhere on Earth!
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*Note: Only 178 hats remain in inventory, more have been ordered but the Mises Institute cannot guarantee that they will be ready before Christmas. Get your Roaming Hat early!