Los Angeles Rams Team Shop
When it's time to Rampage, and you're joining the crowd to raise your voice in support of The Mob Squad, you need the branded apparel and accessories available from our Los Angeles Rams selection. They're the perfect way to show some team spirit.
Choosing a T-shirt or jersey
You want to rock some Rams apparel on game day, and our extensive range means it's easy to find something you like. With so many options, you're spoiled for choice, so consider these top tips before making a purchase:
- Measure up: It's a good idea to take the measurement from a shirt you own that fits perfectly. Measure the chest about one inch below the arm, and use this as your guide; but remember that sizes may vary slightly between manufacturers, and different styles of shirts have different fits. You may also need to consider sizing options such as ""petite"" or ""big and tall.""
- Consider how you're going to wear your shirt: You may not always want a perfect fit. For example, you may want a loose fit, in which case it's a good idea to order a size larger than you are. If you want to wear a jersey over several layers, you may need to go up to two sizes larger to get the desired fit.
- Think about fabrics: Is your new jersey just for chilling at the sports bar or for wearing on the sports track? Heavy fabrics are great for bold prints that make a statement, but if you want a shirt for your workouts you should be looking for technical fabrics that are breathable and help you stay cool.
- Comfort is key: Sure, you want to look good; but your comfort is paramount, especially if you're wearing your apparel for a workout. Consider shirts that don't have neck tags or rough stitching that could cause abrasions, and make sure there's enough stretch in the material to provide good mobility.
Choosing the perfect hat
When it comes to headwear, it's your style, your rules. You should always wear what makes you happy, but here are some considerations to help you make the right choice for you from the wide range of styles available:
- Six-panel or five-panel: Choosing between a six-panel and five-panel hat really is a matter of taste. The six-panel design is the classic ball style cap with a domed top, while five-panel caps evolved from cycling caps. A subset of the five-panel style is the camp cap, which sits quite low on the head and tends to look best on people who have tall, narrow faces.
- Snapback or fitted: Caps are usually adjustable, with the most common type of adjustment being the plastic snap. These are particularly convenient as one size fits all, but the plastic snaps might be irritating against your forehead if you wear the cap backwards. Fitted caps don't have any kind of adjustment, so you need to measure your head before making a purchase. Take the measurement of your head at the point where you would like the cap to sit; so if you have a short, wide face you might want to measure towards the top of your forehead so the cap sits higher.
- Form or function: As with any clothing purchase, it's important to balance fashion and function. There's no denying that ball caps make a fashion statement, and you want something that looks good; but you also need to consider how the design is going to hold up while you're working or playing sports. For example, positioning a tall cap high on your head is a good style choice for people with short, wide faces as it helps to balance out their features; but it's unlikely to stay in place during a morning run. Conversely, camp caps are great options for cycling or skating.
If you want to preserve your memories from the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, there are numerous products available to help you store and protect memorabilia such as game day balls, caps, signed jerseys, autographed pictures and ticket stubs. Sealed plastic display cases and frames are particularly useful, as they prevent the accumulation of dust on your cherished treasures, so you don't have to spend much time cleaning them or worrying how dirt might devalue them."