Woodworkers Source Trucker Hat

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Woodworkers Source Trucker Hat

Rep Your Favorite Lumber Source 

Want to rep your favorite lumber supplier? Now you can with a 100% authentic Woodworkers Source hat! This hat is the exact same high-quality hat we use in the shop, we didn't skimp on a cheap quality hat.
Here's what to expect with this hat:

  • Your friends will be jealous of your sawdust covered hat
  • Your woodworking will immediately improve*
  • A darn comfortable hat that supports your friends at Woodworkers Source

*Actual results may vary

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October 18th, 2020
Verified Buyer
Hulett ,WY
The hat was just what I needed/wanted, I've been building "Heirloom Quality" Custom Woodwork for 38+ years and I want folks to know where I get the Beautiful Species of wood I use in my Custom Projects. I don't even look any other place for the lumber I need (You can't improve on perfect)
June 1st, 2020
Verified Buyer
I look so good while wearing it that people think I must be a celebrity.
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