Pratt & Whitney Airplane Aircraft Aviation Hat With Emblem Low Pro Style Khaki on 2040-parts.com
Marshall, Arkansas, United States
Part Brand:Bob's Hangar
A very nice low profile unstructured style, khaki hat, with the Pratt and Whitney logo with metallic thread permanently affixed to the front.
Quality hat is a one size fits all with a fabric adjustment strap in the back. Six panel construction with a pre curved visor.
Other color hats available for this emblem include black, navy, dark green and red. Just let me know on check out which color you desire. Otherwise Khaki will be sent.
A framed collection of our patches and emblems make for a nice wall hanging. Also use them to accent a picture.
any five or more items from us at one time and the postage on all items
to the U.S. is free. International postage will be 1/2 the going rate,
international buyers should wait until I combine the items and get the
correct bill, showing the proper discount out to you before you pay.
BOB'S HANGAR GUARANTEE:
are not completely satisfied with any of our products for any reason, we
will replace the product or refund the purchase price immediately upon
return. No quibbles and no hassle. We have complete confidence in the
items we design and produce. This guarantee is our promise of quality to
We have patches for over 75 different airplanes in our store.
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