Official Petrolicious Hats And Ferrari F40 Prints Have Been Added To The Shop
Too many flat-brims with Monster Energy logos bobbing around in the crowds at your local Cars and Coffee? Tired of winding your Giulietta Spider through the backroads with hair repeatedly whipping you in the face? Our comfortable, 100% cotton twill Petrolicious six-panel hats are the antithesis to the vape crowd aesthetic, and the solution to disobedient locks and chrome domes alike. Simple and stylishly mature, they let people know where your automotive interests lie without blaring it out in aggressive colors and logos.
We’ve made plenty of shirts that follow this ethos of recognizable but subtle design, but these are a first for us, and we are happy to add this pair of baseball caps to our collection of Petrolicious Originals. Available in two configurations—The Motto (Navy), and The Logo (Ivory)—both feature pre-curved bills, a custom inner lining with our logo pattern, and a Petrolicious label around the metal slide enclosure for the rear fitment strap. We went through dozens of different producers to ensure that the hats will stand up to time and frequent use.
In addition to the casual caps above, we’ve just added a new collection of prints to our official Petrolicious series, featuring the beloved Ferrari F40. It’s a car that’s immediately recognizable of course, needs no introduction, etcetera, etcetera, but rarely does one appear atop the surreal expanse of the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah. The effect is striking—the bright, barren land stretches toward the infinite, providing the perfect juxtaposition for the bright red, finite Ferrari. The word “epic” has lost most of its weight unfortunately, but these stills truly embody the word. They seem to come from a place far from this one, alien and severe, beautifully stark and lonely.
Along with the others that don’t need to be named, the F40 certainly adorned many bedroom walls in its day—still does, surely—and these prints offer a tasteful means to keep the dream car on your wall long after you’ve outgrown your childhood bedroom. The perfect addition to any supercar shrine, or simply viewed as a series of striking photographs that stand on their artistic merits alone, we think this trio is the perfect modern take on a timeless machine.