Betsy Ross Victory Light Baseball Cap
George Ross, Robert Morris, and George Washington paid a visit to Betsy Ross in her shop in 1776. The men had visited her to make a flag, and they had a rough sketch designed on a piece of cloth.
It had 13 white and red stripes along with 13 6-edged stars. Betsy Ross gave them a suggestion that as the stars with 5 points are straightforward to make, the 6-edged stars can be replaced, and hence the flag will be prepared sooner.
The three men agreed to her suggestion, and there is a story of Betsy Ross teaching them how the star was made as well. It is believed that the US Flag was made by Betsy Ross soon after meeting with the three men in her shop. Life continued, and Ross kept working in her shop.
This Betsy Ross Victory Light Baseball Cap is made in the USA, so wear it proud! It’s unstructured with a curved visor and adjustable strap, and an American flag sewn on the back.
• 100% washed cotton chino twill
• Unstructured, 6-panel, low-profile
• Adjustable strap with hide-away buckle
• Head circumference: 19 ¼” – 23 ⅝”
• Made in the USA