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Panama Hat Short Brim - XLarge

As far back as the early 19th century, U.S. and European travelers were sporting the summer-weight, woven palm hats we've come to know as Panama hats. Although they've always been traditionally made in Ecuador, they were shipped through the Isthmus of Panama, and became known by the country of export rather than their country of origin. California gold miners were among the first to sport these flexible, sun-blocking hats, and when President Theodore Roosevelt was pictured wearing one during a visit to the Panama Canal, the hat's popularity exploded. The hats are an inherited art, passing from generation to generation. Farmers grow and harvest stems of the toquilla palm, then boil and sun-bleach it to achieve supple, white fibers. The handwoven hats are recognized around the globe as a symbol of tropical style, perfect for keeping cool during summer sightseeing.

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Panama Hat Wide Brim - Medium

As far back as the early 19th century, U.S. and European travelers sported the summer-weight, woven palm hats we've come to know as Panama hats. Although they've always been made in Ecuador, they got their name from the Isthmus of Panama, where they were exported from. California gold miners were among the first to sport these flexible, sun-blocking hats. When President Theodore Roosevelt was pictured wearing one during a visit to the Panama Canal, the Panama hat's popularity exploded. The hats are an inherited art, passing from generation to generation. Farmers grow and harvest stems of the toquilla palm, then boil and sun-bleach it to achieve supple, white fibers. The handwoven hats are recognized around the globe as a symbol of tropical style, perfect for keeping cool during summer sightseeing.

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Panama Hat Wide Brim - Large

As far back as the early 19th century, U.S. and European travelers sported the summer-weight, woven palm hats we've come to know as Panama hats. Although they've always been made in Ecuador, they got their name from the Isthmus of Panama, where they were exported from. California gold miners were among the first to sport these flexible, sun-blocking hats. When President Theodore Roosevelt was pictured wearing one during a visit to the Panama Canal, the Panama hat's popularity exploded. The hats are an inherited art, passing from generation to generation. Farmers grow and harvest stems of the toquilla palm, then boil and sun-bleach it to achieve supple, white fibers. The handwoven hats are recognized around the globe as a symbol of tropical style, perfect for keeping cool during summer sightseeing.

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National Geographic
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Panama Hat Wide Brim - XLarge

As far back as the early 19th century, U.S. and European travelers sported the summer-weight, woven palm hats we've come to know as Panama hats. Although they've always been made in Ecuador, they got their name from the Isthmus of Panama, where they were exported from. California gold miners were among the first to sport these flexible, sun-blocking hats. When President Theodore Roosevelt was pictured wearing one during a visit to the Panama Canal, the Panama hat's popularity exploded. The hats are an inherited art, passing from generation to generation. Farmers grow and harvest stems of the toquilla palm, then boil and sun-bleach it to achieve supple, white fibers. The handwoven hats are recognized around the globe as a symbol of tropical style, perfect for keeping cool during summer sightseeing.

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Simpson Sun Hat Dark Mineral, S/M

Shield your head from the blistering midday sun with the Marmot Simpson Sun Hat. It's made with a lightweight microfiber fabric that wicks moisture to help you stay dry and is highly breathable to keep you cool when the heat is on. It's also UPF 40-rated to block harsh UV rays so you don't turn into a lobster in the middle of the desert.

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Lilly Beanie - Women's Mineral, One Size

With a cozy slouchy fit, feminine style, and hand-crocheted acrylic comfort, you'd think the Krochet Kids Intl. Women's Lilly Beanie has it all. In actuality, it has it all and more: the Lilly is handmade by specially selected artisans in Uganda who have been able to become self-sufficient wage earners as Krochet Kids Intl. employees. So keep your head fashionably cozy while supporting Krochet Kids' conscientious mission.

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Sunshine Flip Flops Beachwash Chill Cap, Mineral Blue, OS

Sunshine Flip Flops Beachwash Chill Cap

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Striped Summer Scarf, Mineral Blue, OS
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Anchor Flat-Out Cap, Mineral Blue, OS
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Simpson Hiking Cap Dark Mineral, One Size
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Fleece Beanie MINERAL GREEN/ BLACK ONE SIZE FITS MOST

Port Authority Fleece Beanie Top off your look with this warm fleece beanie available as a single color or two-tone with a black band. - Fabric 100% polyester - ONE SIZE FITS MOST

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Fleece Beanie MINERAL GREEN ONE SIZE FITS MOST

Port Authority Fleece Beanie Top off your look with this warm fleece beanie available as a single color or two-tone with a black band. - Fabric 100% polyester - ONE SIZE FITS MOST

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220 Solids - Mineral Blue (8311)

Cascade 220 knitting yarn is the perfect combination of affordability, quality and versatility that can be used for a wide range of projects. Each hank of this 100% pure wool comes with a generous 220 yards. With a diverse colour palette to choose from, you are sure to find the perfect colours for your next project! This yarn is great for felting projects - such as hats and slippers!

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220 Solids - Mineral Red (8035)

Cascade 220 knitting yarn is the perfect combination of affordability, quality and versatility that can be used for a wide range of projects. Each hank of this 100% pure wool comes with a generous 220 yards. With a diverse colour palette to choose from, you are sure to find the perfect colours for your next project! This yarn is great for felting projects - such as hats and slippers!

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If You Lived Here, I'd Know Your Name: News from Small-Town Alaska

Tiny Haines, Alaska, is ninety miles north of Juneau, accessible mainly by water or air—and only when the weather is good. There's no traffic light and no mail delivery; people can vanish without a trace and funerals are a community affair. Heather Lende posts both the obituaries and the social column for her local newspaper. If anyone knows the going-on in this close-knit town—from births to weddings to funerals—she does. Whether contemplating the mysterious death of eccentric Speedy Joe, who wore nothing but a red union suit and a hat he never took off, not even for a haircut; researching the details of a one-legged lady gold miner's adventurous life; worrying about her son's first goat-hunting expedition; observing the awe-inspiring Chilkat Bald Eagle Festival; or ice skating in the shadow of glacier-studded mountains, Lende's warmhearted style brings us inside her small-town life. We meet her husband, Chip, who owns the local lumber yard; their five children; and a colorful assortment of quirky friends and neighbors, including aging hippies, salty fishermen, native Tlingit Indians, and volunteer undertakers—as well as the moose, eagles, sea lions, and bears with whom they share this wild and perilous land. Like Bailey White's tales of Southern life or Garrison Keillor's reports from the Midwest, NPR commentator Heather Lende's take on her offbeat Alaskan hometown celebrates life in a dangerous and breathtakingly beautiful place.

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