Wearing Sports Hats For Teams?


I want to start to buy some nfl snapback hats. Would it be odd for me to wear hats of teams and not be a true fan? I like the sport of football and know things about every team in the nfl. I know the rules of football and know most of the players...

Andre says: Not at all. Snapbacks are all about the look. It can be a team everyone hates but if it looks good it's great. People wear hats with out even knowing what team it is or anything about the sport.

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