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2-Pack Outdoors Hat $13

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If you're spending time outside this summer, you need to protect your head. The Deal Wizard was too cheap to buy a big floppy hat on his beach trip. The resulting head burn was not pleasant.

Today's deal is a great one. You can easily pay $15 for one of these outdoor sunhats. The Shnoop one-day deal (6/27) gets you two hats for $13!

This is a Totes-Isotoner product and claims UPF 50 to protect you from the sun's harmful rays. We think most hats do that pretty well.

If you want this deal, get busy. It will be gone tomorrow.

 

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