Long is the tradition of rally time in baseball, first used by players on the 1977-78 Texas Rangers team but wasn’t widely introduced to fans on a national level until the 1986 World Series. The Mets players were seen on TV wearing rally hats in the dugout during a critical game 6 game. Trailing 5-3 in the 10th inning, the Mets came back to win game 6 and then ultimately game 7 to win the championship and forever associating the rally cap with bringing late inning luck.
Rally Flip Cap was invented by Jordan Kay who had the idea to keep the rally hat tradition but put a modern spin on today’s style of hats. He teamed up with his brother Ian Kay and Rally Flip Cap was born. Their mission is to enhance fan experience inside and outside of the stadium. Rally Flip Cap is a new twist on rally time that makes it quicker, easier and way more fun to join in on the die-hard fan experience! The best part is you no longer have to turn your lid inside out or balance your hat as a shark fin on top of your head while trying to enjoy the game. The double-billed hats are stealth and look like a regular ball cap. With a flip of your secret second bill, you can instantly enter rally time and stand out from the crowd!
Jordan Kay was a placekicker at Cal Berkeley in the 2007 season and it was important for him to bring in his Cal family into the Rally Flip Cap experience. He created two Cal licensed rally hats that allows students, alumni, and Cal fans to show off their pride and support the school with a portion of each purchase going to teaching and research activities at UC Berkeley.
The first style is the Cal Go Bears Cap which displays the word Cal in stylish letters, but when people want to show their support for their team they use the hidden flip feature, which displays ‘Go Bears‘. The second style is the Cal Dry Erase Cap which also sports a Cal logo but this hidden flip feature has a dry erase board that allows you to write your own words and erase them whenever you like. For more information, visit http://www.rallyflipcap.com/cal
Oct 04, 2016