Apparel – Head coverings – Flapped
21814, 220913, A42B 106
A removable weather guard or sunshade enables easy attachment and repositioning relative to a cap. The weather guard hangs from an upper edge of an inner band common to most caps. Specifically, the weather guard has staying tabs with downwardly depending elements. The staying tabs are affixed to an upper portion of a flexible shield at an attachment location. The attachment location rests on the upper edge of the inner band while the downwardly depending elements are interposed between the headband and the cap's crown and the shield is disposed between the headband and the head of a wearer.
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Calvert John J.
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