In the mid-1930s, Bill Piper brought in Walter Jamouneau, and under his direction, the original Cub was modified to its historic, bright yellow J-3 version. Powered by a 40 hp (30kW) engine, in 1938 it sold for just over $1,000.
During World War II, newspapers of the era often featured images of wartime leaders, such as Generals Dwight Eisenhower & George Patton surveying European battlefields in Piper Cubs.
Felt appliqué and embroidered logo. Imported.
LOVE this hat. Doesn't hurt that my kiddo is named Piper. Super comfy. Looks great!! High quality. I am super picky about my baseball cap shape, and this one is a winner.