2.0 Classic Snapback Hat

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Meet the new Tamba Classic Look Hat. We all grow and change, keeping the best parts of us at our core. The Tamba 2.0 Font is the evolution of the cool youʻve always known. Itʻs your new basic cap. Stylish, this hat is your go-to lid. Keep it real with the Tamba 2.0 Classic Snapback Hat.

Simple and Clean lines from the logo to the structure, this hat has got you covered, whether youʻre at the beach or on the town. The trucker mesh back construction is solidly structured to give that sleek look, but lets air flow so youʻre comfortable even on a sunny beach day. Sturdy and strong, this hat will do you right. This hat has

  • 5 panel construction

  • High profile body

  • Flat visor

  • Trucker mesh back for airflow (note: all are mesh backed except the camo hats)

  • Embroidered logo

  • Tamba 2.0 font logo

  • Hard plastic snapback closure

The Tamba 2.0 Classic Snapback Hat is made for people who love to surf, skate, snowboard, mountain climb, hike, fish, bike, have adventures, or just kick it in the city. Take it into the country or out on the town. Live your epic life with this trusty style sidekick.

Wear Tamba with pride. Rep your connection to the real Kauai, to a true community surf shop. Whether youʻre enjoying activities in Kauai, chilling with ohana at the beach, or traveling the world, when you meet other people in the Tamba family you will give each other a look and you will both know whatʻs up.

"Iʻm a Kaua'i native that now resides on Oahu. I love Tamba with all of my heart and find it pretty hard to try to get merch since I donʻt visit home as much as I should. Finding the website and being able to shop online so easily for the items I wanted was AMAZING. Shopping throughout the website was really easy and it made my online shopping fun."

“Every year for the last 9 or 10 years we've been addicted to going to Kauai. We always stop in at least once to the Tamba Store in Kapa'a! Mahalo!”