Made in Rockford Cap
The first industry to define Rockford was furniture. The river and dense forests were perfect for the milling of lumber. With the arrival of the Chicago & Northwestern railroad came Swedish immigrants. These immigrants brought their craftsmanship that resulted in beautiful and unique furniture.
In 1924, the industry came together to form the Furniture Manufacturers Association to promote Rockford furniture. The association created this logo which was put on every piece of furniture made in Rockford and sold across the country.
Regular Cap: 100% cotton twill. Six panel jockey shape. Unstructured. Cloth backstrap with tri-glide buckle and tuck-in. Weight: .5 lbs
Washed Trucker Cap: 100% cotton front with 100% nylon mesh back. Unstructured, low-profile, six-panel. Pre-curved contrast-stitched visor. Snapback closure
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Posted by Charisse Bachrodt on 21st Dec 2017
So happy to have found you! My husband was raised in Rockford "in the day" as he likes to say & we're always searching for vintage Rockford.
Love the hat, t-shirts are so cool & quality is fantastic.
Packed well & was here before I knew it.
I can't wait for my husband to unwrap these goodies.