Affix the STAMP Flexfit

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Customer Reviews

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Cool history. Everyone wants to know what's up this hat.

Awesome quality and unique design!

The picture grabbed my attention, but what I thought was really cool was the "history lesson" in the description. Once I read that, I knew I was adding this to my cart. I get questions about the hat, and when I tell people what it means they're pretty impressed. The product went to shipping faster than the 3 to 5 days they said. The only negative was the shipping carrier took longer than expected, but that's not politactical's fault, we are in a pandemic after all. Great purchase and great customer service. Will definitely buy some more.

The Pennsylvania Journal ran this satirical ad on October 24, 1765, to protest the passage of the Stamp Act. The skull and crossbones symbolized the death of the free press resulting from the passage of the act.

“No taxation without representation!” In 1765, the passage of the Stamp Acts unexpectedly unified American colonists in protest against a tax. The Act threatened American liberty, freedom of the press and incited rebellion and mob attacks throughout the colonies. One of the loudest voices to oppose the Stamp Act was Patrick Henry, who would submit a series of resolves and ultimately set the colonies on a steady path towards revolution!

Available in two sizes with an elastic stretch band, this hat is a sure winner in comfort! It has an athletic shape with a curved visor and embroidered design.

• 63% polyester, 34% cotton, 3% spandex twill
• Structured, 6-panel, mid-profile (with a low-profile embroidery area)
• 6 embroidered eyelets
• Stretch band
• Silver undervisor
• Head circumference: 22”–23⅞” (55.9 cm–60.6 cm)

Size guide

  S/M L/XL
Size (inches) 21 ¼-22 ¾ 22 ⅜-23 ⅞