The Italian Horn is a staple in the Italian-American community as a symbol of good luck. It is told that one wearing a cornicello has protection against the mal'occhio (evil eye), which is a stroke of bad luck given from one person to another by a stare from of jealousy or spite.
- 100% bio-washed chino twill
- Unstructured, six-panel, low-profile
- Pre-curved visor
- Self-fabric tri-glide buckle closure - antique brass
- One size fits most