The UNION II is a celebration of one of TAC’s all time materials - an unstructured snapback with a few subtle details. An instant classic, sure to earn its spot alongside your go-to jeans and favorite sweatshirt. "Bedford cord, named after the town of Bedford in England, is a durable fabric that resembles corduroy. The weave has faint lengthwise ridges, but without the filling yarns that make the distinct wales characteristic of corduroy... A water-repellent cotton version of Bedford cord called Jungle Cloth was used by the U.S. Navy for flight clothing during the 1920s-1940s era."
- 100% Cotton Bedford Cord
- Tonal Embroidery Detail
- Unstructured Vtg. Style Crushable Upper
- Mini Woven Label at Snapback
- Made in Los Angeles, CA. USA
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FREE RETURNS & EXCHANGES
You can return or exchange merchandise from your original order 30 days after the purchase date for FREE.
*Excludes International Orders and items marked Final Sale.
WHEN WILL MY ORDER SHIP?
We ship everything from our Ventura Headquarters within 1-2 business days (except weekends, holidays and when the surf is good).
DO WE SHIP INTERNATIONALLY?
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