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Mack's Prairie Wings Stretch Fit Ball Caps

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Product Description

The Mack's Prarie Wings Stretch Fit Ball Cap is like having a fitted ball cap made just for you. These comfortable hats come in two sizes: M/L or L/XL and are made from a strong but stretchy material that form to the size of your head. These Stretch Fit Caps are some of the most comfortable you will ever wear! The Mack’s Prairie Wings logo appears on the front panel of this ball cap.

MBL from Conway, AR, USA
Another Great Mack's Product
How is the quality? Does it have every feature you need?
I bought two of these, one for me and one for my brother during the fall festival event. When I first picked the cap up it felt real light and a little flimsy but it's just in the design. It's a nice smooth material, light weight, excellent fit, and easy to shape how you want.
What do you like or dislike about the features?
The light weight feel makes for a great comfortable wear all day long. As a matter of fact, you almost forget you're wearing it. The camo pattern is ultra-realistic and makes for a stylish casual wear as well as great functionality in the field. The stretch fitted style band is extremely comfortable. And you gotta love that Mack's signature feather logo on the front!
Do you think this item is a good value?
Excellent! Not sure there's a better value out there for a cap like this
Please give your general opinion of this product.
Nice, stylish, functional in the field, great Mack's product
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Customer Comments
"I get way too excited thinking about Mack's Prairie Wings. I was overwhelmed with excitement. I was like a kid in a candy store, and didn't know what to look at first. Thank you guys for always having a great selection and great prices." July 2015