First Navy Jack Don't Tread on Me Flag Trucker Hat, Navy
In the Autumn of 1775, Commodore Erik Hopkins readied the Continental Navy on the Delaware River. The signal to attack the British Navy came in the form of a striped jack. The uncoiled rattlesnake represents America's willingness to strike when provoked. Today the flag flies on all U.S. Navy warships. Designed by our staff in New Bern, NC. The Don't Tread on Me flag hat has a Salt-Wash™ to create a weathered, heavily sun bleached look. The high thread count embroidered flag patch creates a vintage look. Hat is adjustable with snaps. Mesh is soft and bill has a natural bend. This hat is heavily faded making each hat uniquely different. Our vintage state flag patch trucker hats are not to miss.