Tealin Good Cap
Tealin Good Cap
Tealin Good Cap
Tealin Good Cap
Tealin Good Cap
Tealin Good Cap
Tealin Good Cap
Tealin Good Cap

Tealin Good Cap

$55.00
Style
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Retro West Coast vibes, anyone? This teal cotton hat is inspired by the 80s and is totally at home on a summer day in the city — whether you’re strolling to your fave coffee shop or sipping cider in the park with your pals. The perfect addition to a growing collection of Wirth Hats or a versatile addition to your wardrobe to keep you feelin’ fresh through long, warm days and late sunsets...


  • Cotton fabric
  • Shallow fit
  • Unstructured
  • Curved brim
  • Adjustable fabric strap
  • Unisex
    • Quality crafted WIRTH Hat, handmade in Vancouver, BC
    • Funding a counselling session for someone in need
    • Support the ongoing work and endeavours of WIRTH Hats
    • A warm Hug for Your Head when it arrives at your door.

    WIRTH is a hat company committed to doing something about mental health. Proceeds from your purchase go towards supporting mental health initiatives and the WIRTH Foundation's Counselling Fund. Our hats are made in Vancouver, Canada with high-quality fabric and a lot of love. WIRTH Hats is a symbol of conversation around vulnerability and openness. We are committed to ending the stigma surrounding counselling and therapy.

    Features

    • Cotton fabric
    • Shallow fit
    • Unstructured
    • Curved brim
    • Adjustable fabric strap
    • Unisex

      What's Included

      • Quality crafted WIRTH Hat, handmade in Vancouver, BC
      • Funding a counselling session for someone in need
      • Support the ongoing work and endeavours of WIRTH Hats
      • A warm Hug for Your Head when it arrives at your door.

      About WIRTH

      WIRTH is a hat company committed to doing something about mental health. Proceeds from your purchase go towards supporting mental health initiatives and the WIRTH Foundation's Counselling Fund. Our hats are made in Vancouver, Canada with high-quality fabric and a lot of love. WIRTH Hats is a symbol of conversation around vulnerability and openness. We are committed to ending the stigma surrounding counselling and therapy.