Not All Disabilities Are Visible Cap


Not All Disabilities Are Visible Cap

Did you know that globally one in seven of us live with a disability? And of those, 80% are invisible. In addition to the difficulties of having an invisible disability, living with a non-visible disability can make daily life more demanding because it can be difficult for others to identify, acknowledge or understand that they may need some additional support or consideration.


This 'dad cap' style Not All Disabilities Are Visible cap is loved for its easygoing look and vibe that is both classy and trendy.  By wearing our Not All Disabilities Are Visible cap, you can help remind people thatnot all disabilities are visible!

  • 100% chino cotton twill
  • Unstructured, 6-panel, low-profile
  • 6 embroidered eyelets
  • 3 ⅛” (7.6 cm) crown
  • Adjustable strap with classy antique brass buckle closure
  • Matching under-visor, 4-row stitching on visor
  • Visors always maintain their proper shape and curve.
  • Green Camo color is 35% chino cotton twill, 65% polyester


Not All Disabilities Are Visible Cap One Size
A (inches) 20 ½-23 ½
B (inches) 4 ½
C (inches) 2 ⅞
D (inches) 7 ⅛


Not All Disabilities Are Visible Cap


Our Not All Disabilities Are Visible Cap is made especially for you as soon as you place an order, which is why it takes us a bit longer to deliver it to you. Making products on demand instead of in bulk helps reduce overproduction, so thank you for making thoughtful purchasing decisions!

"Many people have predetermined notions about what constitutes disability—and many of these ideas involve conditions that are unambiguous and noticeable, such as those that require the use of prosthetics, crutches or a cane, or a wheelchair. But a great many disabilities are invisible or nonapparent, and for individuals who live with these conditions—the fact that the public doesn’t recognize them can make their challenges even more acute. " The University of Utah