10 Best Duck Hunting Hat

Updated on: December 2022

Best Duck Hunting Hat in 2022


Old Glory American Mallard - Adjustable Cap Smoke/Black

Old Glory American Mallard - Adjustable Cap Smoke/Black
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2022
  • Deep Fitting Trucker Style Cap
  • Snapback Adjustable Size
  • Signature Old Glory American Mallard patch
  • Get Outside and show your pride

SITKA Gear Trucker Optifade Open Country One Size Fits All

SITKA Gear Trucker Optifade Open Country One Size Fits All
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2022
  • TRUCKER HAT - Available as one size fits all. (Available Colors: Subalpine, Open Country, Timber, Marsh, and Elevated II)
  • TRUCKER STYLE - Stand proud in this classic mesh back trucker cap with a specific profile for a more streamlined fit.
  • SITKA Gear – We pride ourselves on providing the highest quality apparel that ensures you’re prepared to tackle any obstacle, in any element, under any condition. Check out our storefront to view our complete line up of industry leading products.

Drake Waterfowl Meshback Mossy Oak Camo Adjustable Hat

Drake Waterfowl Meshback Mossy Oak Camo Adjustable Hat
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2022
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HORN GEAR Trucker Hat - Hunting Hat Series - Duck Hat Edition - High Air-Flow Cooling Mesh Design (Black/Charcoal)

HORN GEAR Trucker Hat - Hunting Hat Series - Duck Hat Edition - High Air-Flow Cooling Mesh Design (Black/Charcoal)
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2022
  • High Air-Flow Mesh Back Trucker Hat. Great for warm weather!
  • Mid-Profile Trucker cap
  • High quality Trucker hat
  • Artfully Embroidered Hats with Duck Hat Edition Artwork
  • Cotton-Poly/Nylon Mesh Fabric

Franchi Modern Duck Hat Cap, Olive, Mesh Back

Franchi Modern Duck Hat Cap, Olive, Mesh Back
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2022

Unisex Hunting Fishing Cap 3D Mallard Embroidery Baseball Hat with Air Mesh Back

Unisex Hunting Fishing Cap 3D Mallard Embroidery Baseball Hat with Air Mesh Back
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2022
  • Mossy oak duck blind pattern camo front with mesh back
  • Self fabric adjustable closure
  • Hunters safety hat with mallard embroidery design
  • Hunters Safety Camouflage
  • Adjustable back

Carhartt Men's Glennville Cap, Dark Khaki Duck Camo, OFA

Carhartt Men's Glennville Cap, Dark Khaki Duck Camo, OFA
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2022
  • 100% Cotton
  • Imported
  • Adjustable closure
  • Machine Wash
  • 100% Cotton washed canvas with 100% polyester mesh back
  • Carhartt force sweatband fights odors and fast dry technology wicks away sweat for comfort
  • Light-structured, medium profile cap with pre-curved visor
  • Adjustable fit with plastic closure
  • Printed Carhartt logo patch sewn on front
  • Woven Weave Type & Special Size-Standard

Low Country Clothing Company Official North Carolina Duck Hunter Adjustable Hat - Embroidered on Richardson 112 Trucker Hat (Brown)

Low Country Clothing Company Official North Carolina Duck Hunter Adjustable Hat - Embroidered on Richardson 112 Trucker Hat (Brown)
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2022
  • Official Low Country Clothing Company North Carolina Duck Hunter Adjustable Hat. A GREAT Hat To Show Your Love and Support For Duck Hunting & The State Of North Carolina!
  • SIZE: One Size Fits Most - Adjustable Mesh Backing With 7 Notches For Easy Size Adjustment
  • GENDER & COLOR: Adult Unisex - Great for Men and Women. Brown Front with Khaki Mesh Back.
  • QUALITY: Well Known And High Quality Richardson 112 Snapback Trucker Hat. Low Country Clothing Company, Then Stitches The State Of North Carolina Duck Hunter In Bailey, North Carolina.
  • WEAR: Great For Everyday Wear, Driving, Working, Hunting, Sports, and More!

Mossy Oak Blades Seamless UPF 30 High Performance Moisture Wicking Bandana Made of 100% Polyester Microfiber by Hoo-Rag

Mossy Oak Blades Seamless UPF 30 High Performance Moisture Wicking Bandana Made of 100% Polyester Microfiber by Hoo-Rag
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2022
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Field Series GA Woodie - Adjustable Cap

Field Series GA Woodie - Adjustable Cap
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2022
  • Deep Fitting Trucker Style Cap
  • Snapback Adjustable Size
  • Signature Georgia wood duck patch
  • Get Outside and show your love for the GA outdoors

Do Civilizations Truly Clash? A Closer Look

Samuel P. Huntington and current events

Huntington makes a generalization about people and how they behave that makes it easier to view the world, but at the same time he over-simplifies the way things really work. He defines a civilization as a group of people who share culture, religion, a common past, beliefs, and geography. While in the grand scheme of things this is certainly a clear and accepted way to group and organize people, it is only the largest layer of many that define people. A civilization is more than a group of like minded agreeable people, it contains many different individuals or smaller groups that are not as homogenous as Huntington suggests[1]. He refers to the "West" as a civilization comprised of North America and Europe that is much to general. Americans don't consider themselves European and don't adhere to European values or traditions and vice versa. He also suggests that the differences between civilizations are becoming deeper and more marked. This appears to be incorrect as shown by the proliferation of information after communication revolutions and modernization. The world is getting smaller and global media and communication brings news and information from around the world that shape the beliefs of individuals all around the world. Where before different civilizations would receive news from regional news sources and outlets, now that same person can get information from many different sources in many different countries and points of view. World unity has been a focus of global politics for a while; the UN is more and more influential in policy and beliefs[2] and international cooperation and dependence is a large part of global politics.

Huntington's thesis is more widely accepted perhaps because of the attention given to potential "clashes of civilizations". A conflict between local groups gains relatively little global media attention because it is within a set borders and is only a primary problem in that region. If a conflict occurs between two countries belonging to different civilizations, the longer range and could potentially have more consequences for the outside world. Two inter-civilizations in conflict generate more press globally than local conflicts. There are more points of view involved in a "clash" because each side has their own ideas and beliefs surrounding the conflict, which brings more attention and focus on these types of conflicts. A "clash" would be more noticeable or imaginable because of the attention and priority given to this type of conflict in the first place.

The Clash of Civilizations turns its attention to the purported conflict between Islam and the "West". This is again a much too general line of thinking, neither side is anywhere near unanimously at odds with the other, but specific differences spark the conflict. These differences are not based on civilization but on ideology. The conflict isn't West against Islam, it's between the difference of Islamic rule and the principles of democracy. If Huntington's lumping of continents into "the West" holds any weight it would be because all Western countries value democracy and a free society. Much of the Islamic world agrees with Western values of a secular government and these countries are for the most part not included with those that side with "Islam." The source of the conflict involves the ideology behind each sides' government is run. The "Islam" that the West may be considered at odds with adheres to the rules of Sharia, or a religious government. This type of government is completely contrary to the politics of the West[3]. The two kinds of government are irreconcilable and in are contradicted or opposite of each other. But this is not a clash between civilizations because it is limited to only the followers of each ideology, not the entire civilization of each side.

In conclusion, Samuel Huntington created a thesis that fit what he saw, but the scope he was using was far too general and did not hold up in more specific examples and closer scrutiny. The world is getting smaller, but this does not force conflict as Huntington suggested, but rather creates bonds and cooperation. He saw the conflict between Islam and the West in a more general light without actually getting to the roots of the problem. It is not inevitable that there will be more clashes between civilizations but more likely that the world will become closer and more unified to become a global civilization that like civilizations today, is a whole made up of many different ideas and parts.

[1] "Is There a Clash of Civilizations? Evidence from Patterns of International Conflict Involvement", 1946-9

Giacomo Chiozza. Journal of Peace Research, Vol. 39, No. 6. (Nov., 2002), pp. 711-734.

[2] "Can Civilizations Clash?" Jack F. Matlock, Jr. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, Vol. 143, No. 3. (Sep., 1999), pp. 428-439.

[3] "Sharia." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. 22 Jan 2020, 23:47 UTC. 23 Jan 2020, 02:41 .

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