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Guam Seal Dad Hat

Original price $ 24.99 - Original price $ 24.99
Original price
$ 24.99
$ 24.99 - $ 24.99
Current price $ 24.99

Rep your island pride with the Guam Seal Dad Hat from Leilani's Attic! This classic dad hat features a bold embroidered Guam seal on the front, making it a stylish and eye-catching way to show your love for the beautiful island.

Here's what you'll love about this hat:

    • Vibrant embroidered Guam seal: The intricate seal design is sure to turn heads and spark conversations about your love for Guam.
    • Show your island spirit: Whether you're a native Guamanian or simply have a love for the island, this hat is a great way to show your pride.

Order your Guam Seal Dad Hat today and let your island spirit shine!

Color: Tan

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