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Spring 2013 Cork Cap From Hater Snapback

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Hater Snapback Cork Cap
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Hater Snapback is a brand well-known for unique materials and designs. The latest example is their new Cork Cap for the spring of 2013.

Inspired by other high-profile uses of cork in the fashion world, such as the Cork Edition Nike LeBron X, the Cork Cap sports a light cork material around the entirety of the crown.  The Hater Snapback Cork Cap also has a snakeskin brim, the Hater Snapback gold triangle logo, and a touch of red in the form of small vent holes.

Release information on this limited edition piece is scarce right now, but you can check out the Hater Snapback Facebook page here for updates as they arrive. And there’s a gallery of images of the Cork Cap located at the top of the page.

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