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Pearl Harbor Harley-Davidson Cap, Navy

This navy blue Harley-Davidson cap features the Harley-Davidson logo and the words "Pearl Harbor" and "Harley-Davidson" embroidered in yellow. The back of the hat features the words "Honolulu, Hawaii." On the left side, off center, there is a grey emblem also featuring Pearl Harbor and Harley-Davidson, with an eagle and the American flag in the center.

100% cotton. Adjustable velcro closure. Made in China. Hand wash cold.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Harley Cap

Love the cap. This one is allot better looking than the first one I got at Pearl..


This was a birthday gift for my Dad as he spotted it in the gift shop when we visited and regretted not buying it. He absolutely loves it and has hardly taken it off since receiving it.

Mike Sheldahl
Great cap

Fits well & looks great. Wear w/ pride.

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Everything was perfect. My husband is a Veteran and enjoyed this gift very much. Thank you.

Enjoyed the book I always like reading real history.
One of the cups was completely destroyed, sent you an email when received got no reply, not happy on this
Got no geek patch or black tears.
What I did get intact (book & 1 cup) proved to be quite expensive…………

Loved it so much we bought it twice

My parents brought this shirt back as a souvenir for my 4 year old daughter. She wore it constantly until the day she discovered scissors 😭. She cut it up and was so proud of herself until I freaked out, then we both cried… I would usually take this opportunity to teach a lesson about scissors and say “sorry, you’re SOL.” But this gift was so loved and I felt she learned her lesson when she realized she had ruined it rather than improving it.

Great quality sticker

I bought it to put with my photo book and keepsakes from my trip to visit this incredible memorial.

Great coin

Just a beautiful tribute to those who served at Pearl Harbor on that fateful December 7th.