More than 1.2 million people wear camo to work every day.
More than a million of them work for companies that produce hats, and it’s a booming industry, with some hats sold for hundreds of dollars.
And that’s just hats.
There are hundreds of thousands of hats made from other materials, like polyester and rayon.
The hats are often made of various materials, such as cloth, wool, and fabric.
It’s a lucrative business for some, and not for others.
But how many hats are made in the United States?
And how many are exported to other countries?
That’s the big question at the heart of the debate about how much of a camo industry is really going on in the U.S. Today, we explore that question in this podcast.
It starts with a brief introduction to the hat industry and how much camo is made in America.
But there’s more to the story.
In this episode, we dive into the business of hats, then discuss some of the issues surrounding the hat trade.
We then answer the question of whether it’s legal to import camo, and how the industry is regulated in the eyes of the federal government.
It all begins with a question: How many hats is there in America?
How many people wear hats every day?
Our guest, Mark Hedin, is the founder and CEO of Hedin Industries, and he has a new book, Hedin’s Hat.
In the podcast, we discuss the business side of hats in America, including whether they’re being sold legally, whether they should be imported and exported, and what’s happening to camo.