A classic voluminous eight-piece cap from Hanna Hats of Donegal Irish factory, forms associates with the early 20th century images.
The cap is made of the globally famous Harris Tweed. Color: austere charcoal herringbone with no broght colored specks.
The Harris Tweed brand is awarded to those fabrics that were woven only on traditional looms from local sheep’s wool in the Outer Hebrides in the Scottish Northwest.
The cap cut allows changing its position on one’s head, like:
Yes, the caps of this cut are worn by the Shelby brothers of Peaky Blinders TV series about Birmingham in the 1920s.
It fits both men and women.