Say it with a snapback
The snapback is more than an urban accessory: It's a style staple.
These lids first emerged in the '90s with the gangster group N.W.A, and by the late 2000s, everyone from Driicky Graham to Chris Brown were not only wearing them, but also rapping about them. Even athletes swore by their snapbacks on the sidelines. After Jordan made the most famous shot of his career against the Cavilers to win the NBA Finals, he donned his Gatorade snapback for the post-game interview.
They're still going strong. The latest lids at Jimmy Jazz up the ante, with fresh graphic prints and slogans that will get noticed whether you're court-side or cruising the pavement. The Irie Strapback Cap from Trukfit, Lil Wayne's line, features a bold camo background and a Jamaican word that describes the no-worries state of being. If Manhattan is where your home - or heart - is, slip on the Mighty Healthy Crowned Snapback Cap, which sports fresh to death details like gold embroidery against a stark black background. Or rep your East Coast loyalty with the Breezy Excursion B.I.G. Snapback cap with oversized lettering. That's just the beginning: Head to JimmyJazz.com to scope out your options.
What did your first snapback look like?