TRU-SPEC Poly / Cotton Ripstop Wide Brim Boonie Hat

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TRU-SPEC Poly / Cotton Ripstop Wide Brim Boonie Hat

Item #: 3211

The boonie hat was introduced to the United States Armed Forces during the Vietnam War, when U.S. Army Green Berets began wearing them in the field, along with Australian and Army of the Republic of Vietnam units. These hats were locally procured; the camo cloth was usually salvaged from other uniform items or with the former from a parachute or made up by the tailor. The name is derived from "boonie", the abbreviated form of boondocks (itself originally American military slang derived from Tagalog bundok, "mountain", during the Philippine-American War. Made to current U.S. military specs.

Features of TRU-SPEC Poly / Cotton Ripstop Wide Brim Boonie Hat

  • Brass screen vents
  • Adjustable chin strap with cordlock
  • Built in internal map pocket
  • Oversized brim
  • Loops around crown for adding additional camouflage or to secure small items
Size Inches Centimeters
6 7/8 21 5/8 55
7 22 56
7 1/8 22 3/8 57
7 1/4 22 3/4 58
7 3/8 23 1/8 59
7 1/2 23 1/2 60
7 5/8 23 7/8 61
7 3/4 24 1/4 61.5
7 7/8 24 5/8 62.5
8 25 63.5
8+ 26 1/8 66.5

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    TRU-SPEC

    TRU-SPEC Poly / Cotton Ripstop Wide Brim Boonie Hat

    Item #: 3211

    The boonie hat was introduced to the United States Armed Forces during the Vietnam War, when U.S. Army Green Berets began wearing them in the field, along with Australian and Army of the Republic of Vietnam units. These hats were locally procured; the camo cloth was usually salvaged from other uniform items or with the former from a parachute or made up by the tailor. The name is derived from "boonie", the abbreviated form of boondocks (itself originally American military slang derived from Tagalog bundok, "mountain", during the Philippine-American War. Made to current U.S. military specs.

    Features of TRU-SPEC Poly / Cotton Ripstop Wide Brim Boonie Hat

    • Brass screen vents
    • Adjustable chin strap with cordlock
    • Built in internal map pocket
    • Oversized brim
    • Loops around crown for adding additional camouflage or to secure small items
  • Size Chart
    Size Inches Centimeters
    6 7/8 21 5/8 55
    7 22 56
    7 1/8 22 3/8 57
    7 1/4 22 3/4 58
    7 3/8 23 1/8 59
    7 1/2 23 1/2 60
    7 5/8 23 7/8 61
    7 3/4 24 1/4 61.5
    7 7/8 24 5/8 62.5
    8 25 63.5
    8+ 26 1/8 66.5
  • Strategic Accounts

    Strategic Accounts

    Our staff is dedicated to giving the best quotes for every specific departmental need. Product questions? Budgetary constraints? We can help. With over a decade of experience, our team is more than qualified to deliver excellent service.

    Account managers can offer:

    • Competitive quotes

    • No sales tax

    • Free shipping

    • Single point of contact

    Request Quote
    Contact Us
    636-680-8070

    Place a large order now.

    Use our Bulk Order Tool to easily add multiple colors and sizes of the TRU-SPEC Poly / Cotton Ripstop Wide Brim Boonie Hat today.

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