While working as an engineer for the Edison Illuminating Company in Detroit, Henry Ford built the first gas-powered carriage. In 1903, he established the Ford Motor Company and launched the Model T Ford, which marked the beginning of the glory days of automobile production and made Detroit a hub of industrial innovation. When the auto industry left Detroit in the post-war years, the city tumbled into urban decay. But what is down must come up: Detroit’s affordability and ingrained industrial prowess have sparked creativity and entrepreneurship, enabling the city’s regeneration and earning it the UNESCO designation as the only City of Design in the US.
The Detroit retro trucker has a mid-profile crown, curved brim and snapback closure (OSFA - one size fits all).
Contents: 65% Polyester / 35% Cotton
• Trucker cap with premium mesh panels
• Hard buckram. Structured
• Matching plastic snapback closure
• Matching undervisor
• 8-row stitching on visor