A classic flat cap of middle volume, and with a visor of standard length. Caps like that were worn 100 years ago, and the people still wear them.
The cap is made of austere grey herringbone Harris tweed, woven by hand at the Outer Hebrides, in the Northwest of Scotland. The fabric is very light, fine and soft, dense and durable, with the normal use it will serve for years.
It fits both men and women.
To see more details on the Harris Tweed history and how the world almost lost this wonderful tweed not a long time ago, you may read here, in the long text we have translated into russian and designed for you: Harris Tweed. The Rise and Fall of the Legend. The text will take you no less than 25 minutes to read, it is a long one. Original article is "The Very Recent Fall and Rise of Harris Tweed. Textile, Volume 10, Issue 1" by Harper, C. McDougall, K.