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Kappa Kappa Gamma Hats & Visors

Kappa Kappa Gamma Hats & Visors

The finishing touch on your t-shirt and jeans outfit is one of these Kappa Kappa Gamma Hats. Let's see which style will fit you best.

For a happy hat that will add personality to your outfit, order the KKG Trucker Cap. It has a duckbill design that may inspire you to wear it with the brim up. The front of the hat reads "KAPPA" in large capital letters. Pick the hat and imprint color (sparkle lite blue is one of the choices). Another hat you'll want to check out is the Monogram Distressed Trucker Cap. It will match your favorite pair of stonewashed jeans.

If your weekend plans involve boating with your friends, wear a Kappa Kappa Gamma Tie Dye Pastel Bucket Hat. Headed to a sporting event? Toss on one of our dad hats. When you order Kappa Kappa Gamma Hats, Visors and Headwear you're ordering quality para that you can put on every day for school or fun. 

Cover your face, but not your Greek pride when you step out on campus wearing a Kappa Kappa Gamma protective mask, headwear or neck gaiter from Greek Gear. Our cool fraternity hats and face covers are designed with the KKG colors and Greek letters, so there's no mistaking which women's fraternity you belong to. Our Kappa Kappa Gamma face masks are fun, fashionable and affordable. All Kappa Kappa Gamma gaiters and masks are lightweight, breathable and completely reusable, so you can wash and wear your face cover of choice over and over again.

Disclaimer: The mask should not be used (1) in any surgical setting or where significant exposure to liquid, bodily or other hazardous fluids may be expected; (2) in a clinical setting where the infection risk level through inhalation exposure is high; or (3) in the presence of a high intensity heat source or flammable gas. EDG/Greek Gear make no warranties, either express or implied, that the face cover prevents infection or the transmission of viruses or diseases. For guidance on usage, please consult the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).