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R_RH Juba Trucker Black Cap

R_RH Juba Trucker Black Cap

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R&RH Juba Trucker Black Cap

Trucker caps are perfect for merchandising—they're versatile and fit almost any occasion. A 100% polyester front and 100% nylon mesh weave back make these hats super durable through regular wear and tear. They come in one size with an adjustable plastic snap closure: 22.8" (58cm). The cap's front has six rows of visor stitching. Pick any (or all) of the four-color variations and start customizing them with your original designs.

.: Material: 100% polyester foam front with 100% nylon mesh weave back
.: One size fits most (22.8"/58cm)
.: Four color combinations to pick from
.: Adjustable plastic snap closure
.: Six row stitching on visor
.: NB! Creases on the hat will straighten out naturally once unpackaged and worn

"Juba" is both a dance and a musical form with roots in African American culture, particularly among enslaved Africans in the United States. The dance originated during the period of slavery and has evolved over time, incorporating elements from African dance traditions as well as European influences.

The Juba dance is characterized by its rhythmic foot stomping, hand clapping, and body percussion. It often involves a call-and-response pattern, where one dancer or group of dancers initiates a movement or rhythm, and others respond in kind. The dance can be performed individually, in pairs, or in groups, and it is known for its energetic and syncopated movements.

In addition to its physical movements, the Juba dance is often accompanied by vocalizations, chants, or songs, adding to its rhythmic complexity and expressiveness. Over time, the Juba dance has been incorporated into various forms of African American music and dance, including spirituals, blues, and jazz.

The Juba dance holds significant cultural and historical importance as a form of resistance and cultural expression among enslaved Africans in the United States. It served as a way for enslaved people to maintain their cultural identity, express themselves creatively, and find moments of joy and solidarity despite the harsh conditions of slavery.

Today, the Juba dance continues to be performed and celebrated as part of African American cultural heritage, and it has influenced various dance styles and genres around the world. Its legacy is a testament to the resilience, creativity, and cultural richness of African American communities throughout history.

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