|Contents:||80% Acrylic / 20% Wool
|Sizes:||One Size Fits All
|Additional Features:||Classic shape. Premium wool blend. Matching plastic snap. Hard buckram. Classic green undervisor.|
Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day is a statutory holiday in Quebec—and a day of festivities for Francophone communities across the nation. It was a very popular event in the Ancien régime of France, and it is still celebrated as a religious feast day in several countries, like Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Spain, Latvia and Lithuania.
La Couronne De Lys hats are made on premium blue-royal 5-panel snapbacks in the image of the province’s colors. For each Couronne De Lys sold, 1$ will be donated to fight against poverty and social inequalities.
A classic design, the snapback has seen a recent rise back into the fashion world where it is adored by both celebrities and the public in equal measure.
The snapback caps first rose to fame in the 90’s in America where it became especially popular in Los Angeles and New York. In these early years, the popularity of the hat was largely due to being worn both by famous musicians and sports stars.
The main advantage of the snapback closure simple plastic design is its flexibility, making the hats one size fits all. This system also makes the cap durable since there’s no additional metal parts that can break off.
The 6-panel caps are a standard as far as baseball caps are concerned. This style of hats represent a majority of the snapbacks on the market as well. They are made of 6 triangular panels of fabric woven together.
As 6-panel hats are simply a stitching style, they can be found with diverse closure like fitted, snapback, strapback or even flexfit.
Unlike 5-panel caps, the extra panel on this style of hats give them a slightly different shape and higher profile. This vintage style dates back to the authentic ballcaps of the ’50s.
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