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1958 Kentucky Wildcats Artwork: Two-Tone Heather Snapback Cap Square Patch Hat

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Color: blue

$20.00 $39.99
You Save: $19.99
(Hat Square)

The University of Kentucky is home to the Kentucky Wildcats men's basketball team, one of the most successful NCAA Division I basketball programs in history. Boasting a .765 all-time winning percentage, Kentucky is second in all-time wins. The team is currently coached by John Calipari. Kentucky leads all schools in various categories, including total NCAA tournament appearances (59), NCAA tournament wins (131), NCAA tournament games played (184), NCAA Sweet Sixteen appearances (45), NCAA Elite Eight appearances (38), and total postseason tournament appearances (68). They are also second in regular-season conference championships (53), with 51 being Southeastern Conference (SEC) regular-season championships. The Wildcats have played in 17 NCAA Final Fours, tied with Duke for third place behind North Carolina and UCLA. They have also played in 12 NCAA Championship games, tied for first all-time with North Carolina and UCLA, and have won eight NCAA championships, second only to UCLA's 11. Kentucky is the only school to have won multiple NCAA and National Invitation Tournament (NIT) championships, winning the NIT in 1946 and 1976. The Wildcats have also achieved sixty-three 20-win seasons, sixteen 30-win seasons, and six 35-win seasons. Authentic work of art ©2023 Vintage Brand.
Product details
The Two-Tone is a classic snapback made with the perfect blend of wool and heather. This look will never go out of style and will always keep you looking good on or off the field.
  • Fabric: Heather Grey (M&N)
  • Structured
  • High Profile
  • Snapback
  • One Size Fits All
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