Custom Hard Hats

Hard Hat Blues

Head protection is big business. OSHA regulations mandate that people working in the construction industry wear headgear to protect their noggins. For most construction workers the hard hat is just part of their wardrobe. So if you've got to wear it anyhow, you might as well let it reflect your personality.

Custom Hard Hats and Graphics

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Undertaker Hard HatDemon Hard HatWireburner Shield Hard HatCamo Canadian Hard HatSmith & Wesson Hard Hat
Undertaker Hard Hat
Undertaker Hard Hat
Demon Hard Hat
Demon Hard Hat
Wireburner Shield Hard Hat
Wireburner Shield Hard Hat
Camo Canadian Hard Hat
Camo Canadian Hard Hat
Smith & Wesson Hard Hat
Smith & Wesson Hard Hat

Hard Hat History

If you ever wondered who started this skull bucket revolution, the credit would have to go to the Bullard Company. It seems in 1919, Bullard patented his Hard Boiled Hat made from steamed canvas originally designed to protect miners from falling objects.

Custom Hard Hats

Long gone are the days of the plain ole' white skull bucket. Style conscious construction workers are much more original than that. Cowboy hard hats are available for the weary laborer  that would really rather be bronco bustin' than rod bustin' but knows the mortgage is due, so suffers through yet another day. If you're a football fan, you can pick up an NFL or NCAA  hard hat with your favorite teams' logo imprinted on it. Full graphics is the way to go for someone wanting to personalize their head gear. If you can't find it already printed, there are companies and individuals  that specialize in painting and airbrushing artwork of your choosing right on favorite style of hard hat

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Brian Vancleve 5 years ago

Hard hat is one of the most important equipments in construction. Why? This protects the head from falling debris. Aside from using that, roof anchor is also helpful for protecting workers from falling.

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