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  • And they included Zachary Ocab, a laid-back Californian sporting flashy red Nikes, a flat-brimmed baseball cap and sunglasses hanging around his neck.

    Cool kids at the Spelling Bee

  • In his wide, flat-brimmed ball cap, hoodie and baggy pants, he mixes with schoolmates both Anglo and Latino.

    David Frey: Born Abroad and Raised Here, Immigrant Students Pin Futures on DREAM Act

  • He wore a flat-brimmed straw hat that had a black band around the crown, the kind a nineteenth-century planter might have worn.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • She was a pretty young woman wearing a long dress, a fur stole, and an enormous flat-brimmed hat.

    DIAMOND RUBY

  • These kids are straight out of the upper deck at an Eminem concert: flat-brimmed NBA logo hats, cigarettes behind their ears, frail whispy mustaches, grimy fingernails, and cheap fake gold chains.

    Assholes Finish First

  • Arimathea says, referring to a young man with low-slung jeans and a flat-brimmed New York Yankees cap.

    Frustrated by Holiday Shoplifters, One Store Turns to Higher Power

  • The top or silk hat was worn with the frock coat, morning coat and evening dress, but as the first two were replaced by the lounge suit, the top hat was less seen in the streets; the boater, a flat-brimmed, flat-crowned straw hat worn in the summer; and the opera hat, also known as a “Gibus” after its inventor.

    Dressing the Edwardian Man | Edwardian Promenade

  • Naturally, as a clothing company with a distinguished cycling pedigree, they now make cycling-specific clothing like this flat-brimmed baseball cap:

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • If you ride your bike a lot, you know there's no better choice of headgear than a flat-brimmed baseball cap.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • A search for the word "money" yields no less than 17 items on the BoundlessNY website, including this "All Over Money" flat-brimmed baseball cap perfect for cycling, of course:

    Archive 2009-02-01

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