ASA Trucker Hat

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Part# 13-22120
MFR Model# ASA-HAT-1940


White and gray, snapback hat with ASA Since 1940 patch.

ASA has been providing trusted aviation training products for nearly 80 years to students, pilots, flight instructors, aviation maintenance technicians, air traffic controllers, career aviators, remote pilots and drone operators. Celebrate with us by sporting the highly recognizable logo that appears on all ASA products and has become a symbol of aviation excellence. This retro snapback trucker hat is suitable for wear in the cockpit or on the flight line and sure to be a favorite among pilots, AMTs, and aviation enthusiasts everywhere.

The front panel is a fine-stitched durable cotton blend, with a blue and white embroidered "Since 1940" logo patch. The back of the hat is made from premium mesh panels, with a plastic snapback closure for easy size adjustment. Suitable for wear in the cockpit, hangar, or local FBO, it's sure to be a favorite among pilots, AMTs, and aviation enthusiasts everywhere.

So why is it called a trucker hat? The history of these mesh-backed hats goes way back to the seventies when the style was made popular by, you guessed it, truckers. The front panel of a traditional trucker hat was made of foam with a silk-screened design. However, we moved it up a notch and replaced the foam front with a fine-stitched durable cotton blend, and added a touch of class with a royal blue "ASA - Since 1940 -" patch.
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  • Weight: 0.22 lbs
  • Material: Cotton/Polyester/Nylon
  • UPC: 855734008774



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