KAVU Trailrunner Hat

KAVU Trailrunner Hat
KAVU Trailrunner Hat
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Trailrunner Hat by KAVU
Pull on Kavu's Trailrunner Hat to keep a cool head as you pick up the pace. The Trailrunner's low-profile bill keeps the wind from slowing you down, and Kavu's quick-drying mesh panels allow for mad ventilation as you hit the homestretch.

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SKU: KAV0068
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