Celebrate your summit with the Mt. Elbert trucker hat. It’s surprisingly one of Colorado’s easiest 14ers but Mt. Elbert (elevation 14,433 ft) still commands respect as the highest summit in the Rocky Mountains and the second highest summit in the lower 48 states (after California’s Mt. Whitney at 14,505 ft). Named in honor of Samuel Hitt Elbert, who was the Governor of the Territory of Colorado from 1873-1874, this prominent mountain is a Colorado classic offering hikers a trek through a beautiful forest and pristine alpine terrain before reaching a large summit with jaw-dropping views. As part of Adventum’s Summa Collection, featuring a comfortable fit and our original summit design patch, this stylish snapback is bound to become your new favorite hat.
Summa "Summit" Collection original circle art
Breathable and light-weight construction
Cotton, polyester blend
100% polyester mesh back
Medium-Large (6 7/8” - 7 5/8”)
Dirty hats show character! Hats can get dirty and sweaty on hot summer days.
If you are looking to wash out some dirt or sweat stains, we recommend you hand wash or spot treat your cap with warm water and a light laundry detergent or small amounts of OxiClean. Air dry to help maintain shape.
Tip: rinsing with warm water regularly after particularly sweaty days will help maintain the hats best appearance.
We do not recommend letting your heat pressed hat soak in water. Soap, water, alcohol, and harsh chemical cleansers can weaken the glue bond between the patch and hat.