Organic Cotton Dad Hat
From sitting in the sun to spending a low-key Sunday indoors, you can never go wrong with a classic baseball cap. Featuring a low-profile design with adjustable strap, this dad hat is made in a small northern Ontario town with a population of under 5,000 people.
- Details: Logo embroidery, five panel low-profile design with stitched eyelets and adjustable strap with button fastener.
- Fit: One size. Adjustable strap.
- Material: 100% GOTS certified organic cotton.
- Origin: Made in a small town in northern Ontario, Canada.
- Care: Hand wash cold, do not bleach, dry flat.
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★ 4.9 - 8 Reviews
perfect fit for women!
Everything I was hoping for. Fits great, great quality and eco-friendly. Received it really quickly. It was my first purchase from Good For Sunday but I hope to be getting more from them in the future!
Organic cotton is grown without the use of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers. It doesn’t damage the soil, and uses 88% less water and 62% less energy to produce. Instead, it combines tradition, innovation, and science to benefit the shared environment and promote a good quality of life for all involved.
Our GOTS certified organic cotton is grown using techniques that help to conserve water. Organic soils require less irrigation—80% of the land producing organic cotton is located in areas which are predominantly rainfed.
Leave nothing behind
Every order ships in a 100% compostable mailer. Add it to your at-home compost and it will enrich the soil with plant food over 6 months until it completely decomposes.
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We automatically neutralize the shipping emissions of your order by donating to reforestation projects.
We've partnered with Pachama, a best-in-class organization in carbon neutral protocols and standards. Our contributions are currently funding the Jarí Para Forest Conservation Project in the Amazon Rainforest.