- Richardson 112 Trucker Snapback
- Crown of the hat provides a comfortable wear
- The leather patch is sewn onto the hat with durable thread to ensure the patch never comes off
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In the late 1700s, our ForeFathers fought bravely in the Revolutionary War to gain independence from Great Britain. The Don't Tread on Me Flag was carried throughout battles and there is a more depth explanation below on why a snake was used. But amidst the cancel culture of our time, we feel it is necessary to keep waving this flag to show all of those out there that we will NEVER give up our Freedoms or Rights in America!
That's why we put this on a leather patch hat. So wherever you go, you can wave the flag and let the world know that you are a true patriot! See below...
Benjamin Franklin gave this statement about why this flag was used,
"She never begins an attack, nor, when once engaged, ever surrenders: She is, therefore, an emblem of magnanimity and true courage. ... she never wounds 'till she has generously given notice, even to her enemy, and cautioned him against the danger of treading on her."
"I confess I was wholly at a loss what to make of the rattles, 'till I went back and counted them and found them just thirteen, exactly the number of the Colonies united in America; and I recollected too that this was the only part of the Snake which increased in numbers. ...
"'Tis curious and amazing to observe how distinct and independent of each other the rattles of this animal are, and yet how firmly they are united together, so as never to be separated but by breaking them to pieces. One of those rattles singly is incapable of producing sound, but the ringing of thirteen together is sufficient to alarm the boldest man living."
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Don't Tread On Me Gray/American Flag Snapback