Of course now we’re all familiar with the snapback culture, the mix and match ability of it and it’s gender friendly styling quality for girls and boys. Back in the day though, it was a slow and stale idea; and founder Andrew Potash with Daniel Schechter decided to release their first full snapback collection to the market in 2007. All about quality and unique prints,The Ampal Creative have all their hats manufactured in the states using deadstock, paying attention throughout the sourcing of material to the finalized stage of production. With a unique shape for their 5 panels, they have a more block like structure similar to a bucket which gives their hat a unique flavour. Instead of portraying the head round, The Ampal Creative dresses their users with sharp silhouettes and unpredictable prints that make sires the individual stands out from the crowd.