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Flexfit Baseball Cap
Normal fit
  • Baseball cap
  • 63% polyester
  • 34% cotton and 3% Spandex
  • Brand: Flexfit
Meet the world head on And here’s the perfect cap for it: The Flexfit Baseball Cap is completely flexible, adjustable and just as cool as you want it to be. Like the perfect fit.
  • Closed back
  • Sewn-in Flexifit band adjusts to any head shape
  • Fabrics: 63% polyester, 34% cotton, 3% spandex
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S/M (Caps)
L/XL (Caps)
A (inch)
4.72
5.12
B (inch)
22.24
24.72

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National Flag of Japan
Japan is a 6852 islands comprehensive East Asian state in the Pacific bordering indirectly to the north by Russia, to the west by North and South Korea, in the northwest of China and southwest of Taiwan.
Tags: Asia, Buddhism, Far, East, Flag, Fuji, Japan, Kyoto, Osaka, Shinto, Tokyo
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