Dad hats aren't just for dads. This one's got a low profile with an adjustable strap and curved visor. The superstition of El mal de ojo, also known as ‘The evil eye’, or k’ak’as ichi in Maya, is believed throughout all of Latin America, however, each region has its own talismans, causes and cures. This ancient superstitions dates back over a thousand years, specifically to writings by the philosopher, Plato, in Athens, Greece. It was originally based on envy and one could become cursed or bewitched through a certain look or sound of the voice. Grab your Mal De Ojo dad hat today and keep the curses away.
• 100% chino cotton twill
• Green Camo color is 35% chino cotton twill, 65% polyester
• Unstructured, 6-panel, low-profile
• 6 embroidered eyelets
• 3 ⅛” (7.6 cm) crown
• Adjustable strap with antique buckle
• Blank product sourced from Vietnam or Bangladesh