Whale Shark Cotton Cap
Did you know whale sharks are the worlds largest living fish? On average, whale sharks grow between 18 and 32.8 feet long!
According to the IUCN Red List, whale shark populations have been declining over the years. Due to declining populations, whale sharks are classified as endangered.
With every purchase of our Whale Shark Cotton Cap, 10% of the proceeds will be donated to Mission Blue, supporting marine protected areas, or "Hope Spots".
.: 100% washed cotton chino twill
.: Unstructured, 6-panel, low-profile
.: Adjustable strap with antique buckle
.: Head circumference: 20 ½” - 21 ⅝”
The Importance Of Sharks
Sharks play a hugely important role in our ecosystem. They maintain the species below them in the food chain and are an indicator of ocean health. However, it is estimated that around 100 million sharks are killed each year for the fin trade. Nearly 200 shark species are IUCN Red Listed as vulnerable, endangered, or critically endangered. We must fight to protect the individuals we have left by spreading awareness and fighting for change.
You are helping to restore our oceans.
With every purchase of our Whale Shark Cotton Cap, 10% of the proceeds are donated to Oceana to support their fight for policy changes towards shark conservation.