Low-profile 6-panel trucker cap with mesh back. Features a wildlife patch for all 50 states.
Oregon - Beaver
Wildlife Status: Least Concern
“Nature’s engineer” has been the state animal since 1969. Aggressive trapping by Native Americans and early “Mountain Men” decimated Oregon’s beaver population. Those early trapping routes evolved into the Oregon Trail utilized by settlers in the 1840s. Through management and partial protection, the beaver has made a comeback in the state.
It's best to spot clean all cloth hats with a damp cloth using cold water, or hand-wash in a sink if necessary. We recommend using plant-based soaps because regular detergents can be toxic for our waterways.
Always let your hat dry naturally. If your hat gets out of shape, you can use steam from a tea kettle to reshape it. Hold the hat in the steam and allow it to soften. You can then reshape your hat to its original shape and then let it cool down before wearing.
Another option to take out wrinkles on the brim is to place a clean rag or old T-shirt over the wrinkled area then iron the area.