Sunday Afternoons SunFlip Hat - Infants'

Color:Natural Grass Mat
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The crushable design of the Sunday Afternoons Infant SunFlip cap makes this cutie stroller- and car-seat-friendly—plus, it's reversible! Its brim and mini cape protect the neck and little ears.

  • Features

    • 100% recycled main body fabric (solids only) wicks moisture, dries quickly and has a UPF 50+ sun rating
    • Reversible for 2 color options
    • Soft, flexible brim
    • 1.75 in. mini cape protects ears and neck in comfort
    • Crushable design is stroller- and travel-friendly
    • Comfortable stretch fit
    • Weight: 0.9 oz. (25.5g)


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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use


    Hat Style

    Sun Hat



    Sun-Protective Fabric


    UPF Rating


    Moisture Wicking


    Quick Drying






    Head Circumference

    0-6 MO: 15-17.5 inches

    6-12 MO: 17.5-18.5 inches

    Length of Bill

    1.5 inches

    Width of Brim

    1.6 inches



  • Size Chart

    0-6 MO 6-12 MO S M L
    Head Circumference 15 - 17.375 17.375 - 18.5 18.5 - 19.75 19.75 - 20.875 20.875 - 22

    Sizing Notes

    Measurements are stated in inches unless otherwise indicated.

    Hat Size Chart: Due to inherent differences in designs and fabrics, each hat may fit slightly differently.

    Hat Quick Fit Tips: To measure for a hat, circle the crown of the head with string or dental floss, above the eyebrows and ears. Measure the length of string on a ruler and compare to the size ranges listed in the hat description—there’s your size! When you receive your hat, loosen or tighten the adjustable sizing as necessary for your custom fit. Wearing the hat slightly above eyebrows and ears will allow clear front and peripheral vision.

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