LEGO Caps and LEGO Hats

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LEGO have a range of constantly changing caps and hats. As with all clothing and toys made by LEGO the caps are made of the highest quality materials and have been designed to look really cool and bright.

Available from Amazon is a number of great LEGO caps in the colours blue, red, yellow and green. These are popular caps that are really simple but very stylish no matter how old you are. These caps would look great on any adult but also children.

On the LEGO site you can find the BONICLE cap which is black, white and orange and looks really great. This cap would be ideal for any children or young adults. These caps are  made of a very good looking black material which completes the stylish look.

eBay is also a fantastic place to buy LEGO products at discounted prices. You will be able to find a few caps on eBay but you'll also be able to find many more caps for LEGO minifigures here.

LEGO caps and hats look cutting edge and will protect you from the cold or sun. Well worth buying they are made in fun styles which means when wearing these caps you will be showing that you have a great taste in clothing.

BRICKGO Webmaster Comments

LEGO Caps are a good way to keep the sun off your head in summer and also a great fashion accessory. Lets hope that LEGO produces some more of these stylish caps.

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  • Laid end to end, the number of LEGO bricks sold in a year would reach more than five times round the world.
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  • Children around the world spend a total of 5 billion hours a year playing with LEGO bricks.
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  • More than 4 billion minifigures have been produced - making the minifigure the world's biggest population group