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Outdoors. Adventure. Style.

ParkHats was created out of a love for the outdoors and high-quality hats. All our artwork is designed by the ParkHats team and is inspired by iconic vistas in the National Parks. ParkHats gives back 10% of all profits to sustainable development and conservation efforts worldwide (including, of course, our amazing National Parks). We are an Atlanta based company that hand assembles each order to ensure the highest quality. Our team is Will Harper – Founder and CEO, Julie Harper – Assembly and Logistics, and Jonathan Preston – Numbers and Marketing.

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Sometimes you get to be a part of something that makes it all worth it and this was one of those projects! Summer is the time for camps, fun, entertainment and did we mention camps?! You might have heard of the awesome Superwow Camp that take place in Toccoa, GA and Ft. Walton Beach, Florida but if you haven’t then go check them out!

They change their stage every year and this year they needed a large sign that said “JESUS.” Their goal was to cast light on the sign for the stage and in the past we’ve always used a certain white powder coat color that works perfect for any stage lighting.

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What is patina?

Patina can refer to any fading, darkening or other signs of age, which are felt to be natural or unavoidable (or both). The chemical process by which a patina forms or is deliberately induced is called patination, and a work of art coated by a patina is said to be patinated.

We use patina finishes on our metal and zinc products as a color option but what exactly is patina you ask? The best way to explain it is that it’s a “process.” Just like things age over time, a patina finish put on metal/steel or zinc processes to bring out the raw metal textures, color and enhances the current metal look. Patina is a tarnish produced by chemical processes that forms on the surface of many types of metals. When exposed to the elements, a coating of various chemical compounds, such as oxides and carbonates form on the surface. Using this process, it creates a weathered appearance on the metal or zinc which will continue to change over time.

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