Tomales Bay, a rugged, earthquake-formed cleavage that splits west Marin County in two, invites exploration by land, water – and stomach. The long, narrow bay begins in the marshy grass outside of Point Reyes Station and runs northwest until it opens to the Pacific Ocean, gateway for the occasion...
Tomales Bay Dad Hat
Life on the Edge (of the San Andreas Fault)
Tomales Bay is a wonder—geologic, gastronomic and hydrologic. The slot-shaped body of water in western Marin County was gouged by the infamous San Andreas Fault. Take the region as a whole, earth-shaking fissure and all, and you’ve got a destination of singular beauty that’s home to local dairy farms, excellent restaurants, scenic winding roads, and all the oysters you can eat.
These unstructured 6-panel caps feature a curved bill and a fabric and brass adjustable closure with a hidden tuck-in. Made from 100% organic cotton twill. One size fits all. Every hat comes gift-ready with its local story tag, a Tomales Bay sticker, and a Travel Agent sticker.