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Cap with hinged vent flaps in visor

Image Number 10 for United States Patent #7082618.

A visored cap, such as a baseball cap, has the visor is formed with one or more openings through which air can pass from beneath the visor. The visor is provided with hinged flaps formed of two members to close the openings when no air is blowing the openings and pivotally open when air needs to be moved through the openings. The first member is sized to fit closely within the dimensions of the opening, while the second member is attached to the first member and is substantially larger than the first member to cover the opening. The second member is hinged to the visor for pivotal movement. The second member can be detachable from the first member to permit a substitution of a different imprinted logo on the second member. The hinge member is formed with side members to limit pivotal movement of the flap.

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