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Samuraï Buscket hat
Samuraï Buscket hat
Samuraï Buscket hat
Samuraï Buscket hat
Samuraï Buscket hat

Samuraï Buscket hat

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    • 82 Oz. Made from chino cotton twill fabric, soft and comfortable.
    • Designed for fashion women and men, stylish and personalized.
    • Size(approx)Brim:2.76"; Crown:6.69"; Side:3.15",Circumference:21.65"-22.05".
    • Upper running threads and four round-shaped threads for the special design.
    • Hand-washing.
    • Great for summer outdoor activities.



    Our hats are made from high-quality materials and designed to last. This unique hat is crafted in the USA using high-end felt and cotton fabric, and has two adjustable plastic chin straps to keep it securely on your head throughout the day. The large 2.44″ wide floppy brim will shield your customer's eyes from the sun, keeping them cool and comfortable all year long. Whether they're headed to the beach, a music festival, or just an everyday stroll along the boardwalk, this bucket hat is perfect for keeping their face protected from the elements. It also makes a great gift idea for your beloved ones.

    Samurai () were the hereditary military nobility and officer caste of medieval and early-modern Japan from the late 12th century to their abolition in 1876. They were the well-paid retainers of the daimyo (the great feudal landholders). They had high prestige and special privileges such as wearing two swords. They cultivated the bushido codes of martial virtues, indifference to pain, and unflinching loyalty, engaging in many local battles. During the peaceful Edo era (1603 to 1868) they became the stewards and chamberlains of the daimyo estates, gaining managerial experience and education. In the 1870s samurai families comprised 5% of the population. The Meiji Revolution ended their feudal roles, and they moved into professional and entrepreneurial roles. Their memory and weaponry remain prominent in Japanese popular culture.

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