The K-up caps are available in various styles, weights, colours and fabrics with something for everyone.
The K-up range is like music where 7 notes are composed into a Verdi opera or a piece of electronica. A cap can also be composed of just 7 parts in endless variations – number of panels, fabric, weight, visor, fastening, sandwich and front structure – to form a symphony of models. One for each head, as unique as K-up customers.
K-up’s ambition is to move towards a sustainable and circular economy with the use of fabrics such as organic cotton and recycled polyester with OCS (Organic Content Standard) and GRS (Global Recycled Standard) certification. All our products with these labels are certified by the Ecocert Greenlife organisation.
K-up takes occupational safety seriously and all partner factories have BSCI or Sedex certification with auditing performed by the brand manager themselves. We strive to minimise the environmental footprint of our wrapping by eliminating the use of individual packaging.
All our boxes contain at least 70% recycled cardboard, individual packaging is limited and we instead use master polybags in recycled polyester.
Just like a score is organised into staves, the K-up range is structured into different collections and categories. A harmonious ensemble still leaves space for variety. To make the product range clearer, the caps are usually listed according to number of panels. In addition to this initial grouping, the weight of the fabric is a decisive factor. Other features make each “piece” unique.
Let’s begin with the mini-collection comprising the KP011 and its two sisters, which is sure to be a long-term hit. An unforgettable song that stays in your head. A trio of products that builds to a crescendo worthy of the purest rock. A chill-out rhythm punctuates the collections of caps and beanies in cotton or recycled polyester with OCS, Oekotex and GRS certification.
With a strong country backdrop, the outdoor collection offers a generous selection of technical products for hiking or other specific requirements. In this category, the typical Breton beanie would be the perfect accompaniment to the Celtic tones of an Alan Stivell song.
“Last Christmas” by Wham is the perfect soundtrack for our festive beanies and scarves. And what better rhythm for the junior category than the Frozen soundtrack? The independence anthem for modern young girls who have given up waiting for Prince Charming and want to create their own destiny.
With the spirit and harmony of the K-up musical, all fans of rousing tunes will be dancing daily.