This is not your standard Yankees cap. Oh no, this one’sa cut above: fitted and constructed with English herringbone suiting wool from the Abraham Moon & Sons Mill in Guiseley, West Yorkshire. Available in 4 colorways: navy, camel, black, & gray.
In colors that highlight baseball’s classic rivalries, this new series of ball caps from FC Goods features construction using Ebbets Field Flannel, repurposed vintage baseball glove leather accents, and felt appliqués. Also true to the classic era, these hats have a soft, unstructured, and shallower fit. Adjustable leather strap ensures a perfect fit. Made in America.
New Era makes baseball hats. Their new Heritage Series 1934 Collection is just what it sounds like: a collection of hats modeled after styles used by MLB teams back in the 30s. They feature classic logos, period-correct construction, and come packed in a big red box, just as they would have arrived to the pros of the period. Look for additional team releases through 2014.
Inspired by King & Kubrick’s classic horror-flick The Shining, this beanie got its pattern from the haunted hotel carpet in the movie. To most it will just look like a weird, old 70s pom-pom hat you found at the Ski Swap, but to us it looks killer.
Due to a massive increase in male-pattern baldness, the unseemly fedora has had a resurgence in popularity in the last few years. So, chances are you have one. But not one of these. The Cassette Tape Fedora has a great shape, perfect brim – it’s a good hat. But, the story behind it is much cooler. It’s woven out of “Sonic Fabric,” which is a blend of actual audio tape & regular thread. Sounds cool, right? It’s the brainchild of designer, Alyce Santoro. A tie is also available.