Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by DuderinoN703, Apr 10, 2018.
Run for the hills
Couldn’t just put “dolphins” on it? It wouldn’t be bad if it was just that and not go fins
I thought it was a joke at first.
wouldn't by that hat on the clearance rack. It's like they tried to make it as ugly as possible.
All the hats have a “message” on them so no.
To be fair, I can't remember the last time I saw a draft hat I would buy.
only one word - fugly
** though ours does look the best of the lot
I've always hated raised letters on a hat. It never turns out well
Get rid of that damn soft aqua color once and for all. The gray isn't bad but between the color and the dead whale logo it's sad.
All the hats have messages except the Jets hat. They put the only word their fans can spell on the hat twice.
Where we going?
I laughed twice.
You see what I did. You see
"Oh, that's the worst lookin' hat I ever saw. You buy a hat like that, ya get a free bowl of soup. Looks good on you tho....."
Garrrrr why can’t the media accept our actual saying fins up!!??
Team sucks.Owner sucks.And the apparel blows azz.
Maybe we have hit rock bottom finally.No where but up from here.
Somebody is actually getting paid to produce that **** or was it a school competition?
Why couldn’t they put “fins up” instead
Still think team names would be better and these hats wouldn’t be too bad
Hate them. Don’t like how the logo is overlaid on the text especially.
they look like bad chinese knockoffs.
Ummm, Armando ... you're 9 days late with that tweet bro. April Fools Day has passed.
It just needs a propeller. A bully kicking your a$$ for wearing it sold separately.
There’s more to the hat on the inside...
Apparently we’re not the only ones using that phrase...
Such an obvious choice. This has got to be one of the stupidest ideas I've ever seen.
Wow just when I thought it couldn't get any more horrendously funny
Wow you almost overreacted here.
Clearly the designers forgot the last word on the front of the Miami draft cap which was to be “YOURSELF.”
"Ke Ke Ke" would've been much better...