San-Francisco’s Mission District, commonly known as “The Mission”, is the city’s historically Latino neighborhood. It is named after Mission San Francisco de Asis, a Spanish-Californian mission and the oldest surviving structure in San-Francisco. Next to the old mission sits the newer, larger and better-known Mission Dolores Basilica.
In the 1980’s and 1990’s, the neighborhood boomed with an influx of immigrants from Central America, South America, the Middle-East and the Philippines.
Despite rising housing prices in the last decade, many Mexican and Central American immigrants stayed in the Mission, and have kept its lively culture alive with taquerias, Mexican music, colorful murals and the annual Carnival parade.
The Mission retro trucker has a mid-profile crown, curved brim and snapback closure (OSFA - one size fits all).
Contents: 65% Polyester / 35% Cotton
• Trucker cap with premium mesh panels
• Hard buckram. Structured
• Matching plastic snapback closure
• Matching undervisor
• 8-row stitching on visor