Looking for Themed Gaming Hats
Have you ever heard the saying "no hero is prepared without their hat"? Or maybe that's their sword! Either way, get your gaming hat on! With just over three decades to date of Nintendo's Legend of Zelda game series releases, there are many fans out there spanning multiple generations. Branded hats and other merchandise help keep the legend alive.
Are There Different Styles of Hats?
Are you a serious gamer who likes to get in the character of the hero when you play or an avid fan of the Zelda series in general? You can find a cap or hat in a design and style to suit. Official Zelda merchandise hat and cap releases have included:
- Caps: Often bearing the Hylian Crest or Triforce logos, Zelda caps include snapbacks and elasticated backs for a comfortable fit. Styles include baseball, truckers, and campers' caps with various base colors including the recognizable black and gold. Images and logos are printed or embroidered. From Link to the Past to Breath of the Wild, multiple releases are represented.
- Beanies: Do you fancy a Link hat, aka a green beanie? Link beanies with pointed draping tops have a swish side buckle to the front. Or, you can get them adorned with their pointy elf-like ears. For those not into the pointed style, you can also find standard green beanies branded with the Hylian Crest or Triforce logos with rounded tops.
What Other Merchandise and Accessories Can I Get?
There is a full range of other Official Legend merchandise available to make the most of the Princess Zelda game experience. This includes a full range of clothing, accessories, games, and toys.
- Clothing and Apparel: You can literally dress from head to toe in character with a hat or cap, jackets, hoodies, t-shirts, pajamas, bathrobes, trousers, belts, buckles, socks, slippers, and more.
- Travel Accessories: Are going on a journey of your own? The branded merchandise for each game in the series extends to travel cases and pouches, keychains, earbuds, watches, wallets, purses, and bags.
- Games and Toys: For a change of pace and reducing screen time, look for the Legend of Zelda Monopoly board game. Play your way around Hyrule Town and land on Link's House, Lon Lon Ranch, and the Temple of Time to buy them out and build them up. The Zelda games have also been adapted to play as other classics, such as Clue and UNO. Among other toys, you'll find action figures, complete with swords and shields.