|When Clyde Cessna taught himself to fly in 1911 it was the start of a unique relationship between man and machine. To thousands of air men and women today the name "Cessna" has come to symbolize flying itself.|
I bought this hat originally at the Air & Space Museum in DC. For some reason it came up missing. I have a lot of Cessna time but more Piper and even way more Lockheed. I like the Cessna logo the best. Thank you for having the hat. I missed it.
Wonderful constuction and nice quality. My only gripe is it seems slightly small on my head. I would like to have a deeper fit.
Hat itself looks nice and is of great quality, but it didnt fit my head, no matter what adjustment I set - it wasnt deep enough to keep a good hold. Gave it to my mom instead.
Awesome hat...unless you want to wear it. If youre buying this for a 2-year-old it will be great, otherwise it wont fit you!
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