Descent Hi Pro Trucker
Descent Hi Pro Trucker

Descent Hi Pro Trucker

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(3 Reviews)

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High Profile trucker featuring a rectangular graphic embroidered at the center of the front panel.

Product ID: #20218

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Our Hat Styles

Below is a list of our current hat styles with more descriptive information about each.

  • Lo-Pro Trucker

    Low Profile hats are generally unstructured and offer a shallow fit with curved visor profile.

  • Mid-Pro Trucker

    Our Mid Profile fit offers a modern crown shape with slight visor curve.

  • Hi-Pro Trucker

    High Profile truckers offer that classic truck stop shape with a deeper crown.

Trucker Hat Sizes

Hat profile measurements are taken from the seam of the bill to the curve of the crown.*

Style Circumference
Lo-Pro 55 - 61cm
Mid-Pro 55 - 61cm
Hi-Pro 55 - 61cm
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Product Comments

3 Reviews
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Matt Vaughn
Reviewed On 08/29/2021

Far from a "high profile" hat. If you have a slightly larger head at all, this hat will be very uncomfortable.

Reviewed On 04/29/2021

I am a Sitka fan and this is a cool looking hat but with someone who has a large head over 7 7/8 inches this won't be for you. Not all "high profile" hats are alike. My request to Sitka would be to add head sizes to the specs for each hat they make and please make a brimmed hat fitting guys with big heads. With a short haircut I barely fit into their blaze orange hat with the flat brim. This particular hat makes my head ache at just one snap of the band in the back and isn't deep enough to stay on.

Reviewed On 10/22/2020

As a hat enthusiast, very happy to find a hat with a high profile fit. Excellent quality excellent fit! Will definitely buy more when more styles become available!!

SITKA Team - 07.12.2020

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