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Everyday California ‘Marine Layer’ Snapback Grey Surfi

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Everyday California ‘Marine Layer’ Snapback Grey Surfi

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Product Description

Everyday California is a small adventure company that was birthed from a leap of faith. Started by two friends, they want to share the California lifestyle with visitors and people all over the world. California represents the beach, the breath-taking beauty of Yosemite, the trees from the Sequoia National Park, the glittering lights of Hollywood, the rugged rock formations of Joshua Tree, innovation from Silicon Valley, fine wine in Napa Valley and most importantly second chances, personal renewal, and entrepreneurship.“That's the California lifestyle and we're sharing it with the world.”

Stylish Design and Fit

The Marine Layer hat features a traditional snapback with an old school feel. The five-panel structured snapback hat is centered with a vegan-leather patch that features Brutus the Bear, Everyday California’s surfboard-toting logo. With a flat brim, green under visor, and one size fits all design, you’ll love how it looks and fits.



      3 Beneficial Features
  • Quality Construction
  • High Profile
  • Vintage Look

 

A Hat Perfect For Outdoor Adventures

Durable and Stylish

Everyday California’s Marine Layer hat is fashioned from high-quality fabric that’s made from 80% acrylic and 20% wool. It’s five-panel structured design is carefully crafted for a durable and long lasting construction.

Take California Wherever You Go

Everyday California’s west coast, laid-back attitude is visible in the Marine Layer hat and when you wear it, you’re making a statement. It allows you to rock your style, whether you’re enjoying the beach or hiking the mountains.

A Classic Throwback

From how it sits on your head to the vegan leather patch, this hat screams classic. With a look reminiscent of a foggy May in San Diego , there’s nothing you won’t love about this snapback hat.

Everyday California ‘Marine Layer’ Snapback Grey Surfi

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