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Scala The Roll Visor - Womens Visor
Scala The Roll Visor - Womens Visor
Scala The Roll Visor - Womens Visor
Scala The Roll Visor - Womens Visor
Jack Daniels Bobo (JD77-96) - Visor
Peter Grimm Coco Palms - Straw Visor Hat
Peter Grimm Gatita - Straw Visor Hat
Peter Grimm Dylan - Straw Visor Hat
Peter Grimm Dylan - Straw Visor Hat
Peter Grimm Lido - Straw Visor Hat
Peter Grimm Kondu - Fabric Roll Visor Hat
Peter Grimm Mila - Straw Visor Hat
Peter Grimm Rendon - Straw Roll Visor Hat
Peter Grimm Alonsa - Straw Roll Visor Hat
Peter Grimm Luau - Straw Roll Visor Hat
Peter Grimm Hanna - Straw Visor Hat

Whether You're At A Tennis Match Or Just Getting Some Sun, A Visor Will Always Complete Your Look

Visors are headwear accessories characterized by their lack of a crown and their semi-circular brim that extends forward to shade the face. Unlike hats, visors typically leave the top of the head exposed, offering sun protection primarily for the forehead and eyes. They are commonly made from materials such as plastic, cotton, or straw, and are secured to the head using an adjustable strap or elastic band.

The history of visors can be traced back to ancient civilizations, where various forms of headwear were worn for practical purposes such as sun protection. Ancient Greeks and Romans, for example, wore wide-brimmed hats made from materials such as straw or leaves to shield themselves from the sun's rays.

Visors as we know them today gained popularity in the 20th century, particularly during the mid-20th century when they became fashionable accessories for outdoor activities such as golf, tennis, and gardening. The visor's practical design made it well-suited for sports and leisure activities, offering sun protection while allowing for ventilation and airflow to keep the head cool.

During the 1970s and 1980s, visors experienced a surge in popularity as part of the athletic fashion trend. They were commonly worn by athletes and spectators alike at sporting events such as tennis matches, golf tournaments, and baseball games. Visors became associated with a sporty and casual aesthetic, often adorned with logos or team insignia.

In recent years, visors have remained popular accessories for outdoor sports and recreational activities, as well as for everyday wear. They are favored by individuals seeking lightweight and breathable sun protection, particularly in warm weather or during outdoor workouts.

Today, visors are available in a wide range of styles, colors, and materials to suit different preferences and occasions. From basic plastic visors to stylish straw or fabric visors adorned with embellishments, there is a visor option for every taste and style. Whether worn for practical sun protection during outdoor activities or as a fashion statement, visors continue to be versatile and functional accessories that offer both style and utility.


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