Sunday Afternoons Eclipse Baseball Hat

Sunday Afternoons Eclipse Baseball Hat
Sunday Afternoons Eclipse Baseball Hat
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Eclipse Baseball Hat by Sunday Afternoons
An extra mile in the blazing summer sun won't fry your scalp with the Sunday Afternoons Women's Eclipse Baseball Hat capping your head. Thanks to moisture-wicking, breathable UPF 50 polyester fabric and flip-up mesh vents, your head stays cool and free from sunburn while you hike or run in direct sunlight.

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SKU: SDY0015
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