Kartini Baseball Cap
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Upcycling is the process of taking an otherwise-discarded item or material and reusing it as-is (without further production or processing) in a way that creates a new product without compromising the integrity of the reused material. No energy or resources are needed to break the material down into its core form, so upcycling is a very effecient way to give old products new life. For example, a bag made from upcycled bicycle tire tubes would use the material as is, instead of melting and processing the rubber to form a new material. This product contains materials that are made from upcycled content.
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Rock the Kartini Baseball Cap anytime for an effortlessly cool look. Topiku hats are hand-crafted, making each one as unique and awesome as you! From the flexible brim to the adjustable strap, these hats are made of 100% reused materials! This classic baseball cap is called the Kartini, a batik named after a national hero who hailed from the city of Jepara.