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Lil Peep Baseball Cap, Sad Face, Black, Adjustable

Original price was: $14.99.Current price is: $9.99.

1 in stock

Lil Peep Baseball Cap: Channel Your Inner Artist While Paying Tribute

Express your individuality and pay homage to the late rapper Lil Peep with this classic black baseball cap. The cap features an embroidered sad-face icon on the front, offering a subtle yet impactful way to showcase your artistic preferences.

Comfortable and Adjustable Design:

  • One-size-fits-most Design: This cap is crafted from 100% cotton for breathability and comfort and features an adjustable strap for a personalized fit that accommodates most adult head sizes.
  • Curved Brim: The curved brim provides shade and adds a touch of classic baseball cap style to your look.

A Touch of Artistic Expression:

  • Embroidered Sad Face: The cap features a detailed embroidery of Lil Peep’s iconic sad face on the front, a symbol often associated with his music and emotional expression.

More Than Just a Cap:

By purchasing the Lil Peep Sad Face Cap from Father Joe’s Villages, you’re not only acquiring a stylish and artistic accessory. You’re also contributing to our mission to end homelessness in San Diego. Father Joe’s Villages provides vital services and programs that help individuals and families transition out of homelessness and build brighter futures.

Condition: Pre-owned, very good

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