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Retailers' Descriptions

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Give your child the gift of cool and shield their eyes from blinding sunlight on treks outdoors with this comfortable cotton twill baseball cap. The North Face Youth Logo Hat is designed with a non-structured front slope, this hat features an adjustable back strap to ensure a secure fit for girls or boys.

- UpsideOver

A must-have cold weather hat for kids.Made from soft, comfortable 100% acrylic knit fabric.Microfleece- lined earband for an added layer of warmth.The North Face logo on front.Avg. wt. 2oz.Import.

- Campmor

Shield your eyes from blinding sunlight on treks outdoors with this comfortable cotton twill baseball cap. Designed with a non-structured front slope, this hat features an adjustable back strap to ensure a secure fit.

- The North Face

The Logo Hat is a basic washed cotton twill baseball cap that features a logo embellishment.

- Altrec Outdoors

Shield your children's eyes from blinding sunlight with The North Face Logo cotton twill baseball cap. Made from soft, washed 100% cotton twill. Designed with a non-structured front slope. Features an adjustable back strap to ensure a secure fit. Embroidered eyelets release heat. The North Face logo embroidered on the front. Embroidered "1968" on the underside of the bill and back of hat signifies the year The North Face was founded.

- EMS

The North Face Kids' Logo Hat

previously retailed for:
$7.48 - $18.00

The North Face Kids' Logo Hat is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 3, 2012 at Campmor.

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