Samoan Crab Trucker Hat
The "Samoan Crab" trucker hat showcases Shane Hamamoto's iconic painting of the same name. It features a deep-mottled green giant Samoan crab commonly found in Hawaii.
Protect your skin from harsh rays in style with this surfer trucker hat.
- Colors Available: Black
- White poly-foam crown
- Adjustable snapback style
- One size fits all
A Samoan crab is a type of land crab that can be found on the islands of Samoa in the Pacific Ocean. They have a hard exoskeleton and are typically brown or red in color. Their body is covered in small bumps or spines. They have two large pincers and two smaller ones. They typically live in burrows in the ground and can be found in a variety of habitats, including forests, beaches, and mangroves.
People in Samoa catch these crabs using traditional methods, such as digging for them in the ground or trapping them in baited boxes. They are often used as a source of food and can be cooked in a variety of ways. Some popular methods of cooking include boiling, grilling, or baking. They are often served with traditional Samoan dishes such as palusami or in a coconut cream sauce.
We carefully pack and ship most orders in 1-3 weeks, a little longer if framing is included, and tracking information is provided on all orders once the package is shipped.
* Original paintings - may take up to 2-3 weeks to ship (3-4 weeks if custom framed)
* Sculpture - may take up to 2-4 weeks to ship
* Canvas giclee prints - may take up to 3-4 weeks to ship (4-5 weeks if custom framed)
* Resin wood prints - may take up to 2-3 weeks as each print is hand-made to order;
* Fine art watercolor paper giclee prints - with custom framing may take up to 2-3 weeks
* Metal prints - may take up to 2-3 weeks
* Matted paper prints - ship promptly in 4-5 days (2-3 weeks if custom framed)
* Apparel and merchandise - ship promptly in 4-5 days
Tracking information is provided on all orders once the package is shipped.
We cannot ship on customer accounts, for liability (insurance) purposes.
International orders may incur customs/duty fees, which shall be paid by recipient.
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