Ken Humphries Hand Carved Decoys Patch Trucker Hat | East Coast Waterfowl
Handcrafted Decoys from Ken Humphries featured on an East Coast Waterfowl trucker hat
Ken Humphries grew up hunting and fishing on the bay river in Pamlico County North Carolina. Ken originally moved to Marshallberg to build fishing boats. Ken has always been an artist and has succeeded in drawing and painting. One of the most valuable things that Ken learned while making boats was woodworking craftsmanship. Beginning to make decoys was a natural progression. Combining the love of art with the passion for waterfowl hunting provided the perfect recipe to craft decoys. Ken Humphries hand carved decoys is the perfect example for an east coast waterfowl reference and the ideal decoy maker for the community. East Coast Waterfowl saw this and knew that his decoys would make the perfect trucker hat for all waterfowl hunters.
The Ken Humphries Hand Carved Decoys Trucker hat is a Richardson 112 trucker hat. The Richardson 112 trucker hat is the Cadillac of all trucker hats. They are made to last and are some of the most comfortable hats on the market. This hat features a one of a kind patch that displays one of the handmade decoys from Ken Humphries. The patch is placed on the heather grey front panel. The mesh backing is white and is perfect for allowing your head to breath. This is a trucker hat that is perfect for your everyday lifestyle or for your next hunting trip. It is guaranteed to turn heads and have your friends asking where you got it from.
Ken Humphries Hand Carved Decoys Patch Trucker Hat Specs:
- Embroidered Ken Humphries Hand Carved Decoy Patch
- One Size fits most
- 35% cotton/65% polyester
- 100% polyester mesh back
- Structured, mid-profile, six-panel
- Pre-curved contrast stitch visor
- Adjustable plastic snapback
If you are a waterfowl hunter, chances are you have heard of Ken Humphries hand-carved decoys. Why not support a local decoy legend with this East Coast Waterfowl truckers. Get your Ken Humphries handcrafted decoy trucker hat from East Coast Waterfowl today!