Yes, you read that correctly: this is a BURLAP trucker hat! And it’s exactly as awesome as you wish it would be. And for a limited time we’re offering this hat with a bonus fly-fishing lure!
Like any good trucker hat, it’ll keep the sun out of your eyes, your hair from blowing in the wind and your head from overheating thanks to the mesh back. But the Happier Place Burlap Trucker Hat is above-the-rest because of its natural burlap (seriously, who else has one?) and black mesh (goes with anything), adjustable nylon snap closure (fits most heads) and embroidered logo (making each hat unique and reminding everyone around you to go have some fun).
Do you fly-fish? Do you love someone who fly-fishes? Then you must know about quickly changing a fly “on the fly.” Oh yeah, that pun was intended. The front of a trucker hat is a popular place to quickly put the unused fly (aka lure or hook) to let it dry off. Now imagine how much better they will hold on a burlap hat! We recommend you flatten the barbs on your hooks. This way, not only will your flies come off the hat without a snag, the fish will be happier as well.
For a limited time, you have the option to receive your Happier Place Burlap Trucker Hat with a FREE steelhead or salmon fly that Scott purchased on our Alaska trip last year! Just let us know if you want to receive the hat WITH a lure in the “Order Notes” box on the Checkout Page.
Naturally, the Happier Place Burlap Trucker Hat goes very well with our “Gratitude Moment” Burlap Can Cooler . But maybe you don’t want to overdue it with the burlap love in public… so we can also recommend our grey twill Happier Camper Hat and our “Makes You Happier” Neoprene Can Cooler.
Features and Specifications:
- Style: trucker hat, six-panel hat, low profile, mesh back
- Hat fabric: burlap (front) and polyester (back)
- Hat fabric color: natural (burlap) and black (mesh)
- Black adjustable snap closure (one size fits most)
- Embroidered Happier Place logo (black)
- Sweatband (black)
- Hat made in China
- Designed and embroidered in Ft. Collins, Colorado, USA