Black Rhino Dad Hat
10% of profits donated to the World Wildlife Fund
Black Rhino populations declined by more than 98% from 1960 to 1995, falling to as few as 2,500 worldwide. The rhinos were illegally hunted to near extinction so poachers could sell their horns for use in Eastern medicine and ornamental knife handles. Black rhinos are important as one of the oldest living mammal species. They also help protect vast areas of land in Africa through ecotourism. Help us and organizations like the World Wildlife Fund save them.
Like you (and dads) this hat is surprisingly cool... in its own, quirky way! Not a dad? Wear this hat anyway and show everyone you aren't afraid to embrace the comfortable cool that comes with it. And, don't forget wearing this hat will help protect endangered species around the globe. So, give back, and buy a hat... or two.... or three.
- Portion of proceeds donated to nonprofits protecting endangered species
- One size fits all (regular heads only)
- Unstructured, low-profile, six-panel cap
- 100% chino cotton twill
- Adjustable strap with stylish, antique buckle perfect for all of your adventures
- Matching viser and crown
*Caution: Wearing this hat may make you feel like an environmental rock star!