Patagonia P6 Trucker Hat

Patagonia P6 Trucker Hat
Patagonia P6 Trucker Hat
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P6 Trucker Hat by Patagonia
The station wagon's all packed, your favorite playlist is ready to rock, and your destination lies 500 miles due west. What's missing is the trusty Patagonia P6 Trucker Hat to keep the mid-summer sun off your brow and your wind-blasted hairdo stylishly concealed beneath this mid-crown, trucker-style hat.

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