Moultrie Liberty Flag Crescent Wool Blend Snapback
The historically accurate Moultrie Liberty flag crescent. Early in the Revolution, rebel forces began fortifying Sullivan Island off the coast of Charleston in preparation for trouble with the British Navy. In the warm June air of 1776, Commander Sergeant William Jasper saw the Crown’s fleet shoot the flag of the fledgling Fort Moultrie down and screamed, “We cannot fight without a flag”, lifting the flag up again and eventually leading the defeat of the Imperial fleet – thus become a permanent symbol of badassness and courageous defiance.
This is a classic snapback, with a structured wool blend and plastic snap closure.
• 15% wool, 85% acrylic • Structured • 6-panel cap, firm front panel • Seamed front panel with full buckram • 6 embroidered eyelets with matching crown color • Gray undervisor • Plastic snap closure • 8 rows of stitching on visor