A tweed eight-piece cap of narrowed cut with the lengthened and initially curved visor, made of the fabric of intense and rich color in browns and blues, from Harris Tweed.
The volume is reduced, unlike in our other eight-piece caps.
It is called Kells in honor of the Irish abbey where Book of Kells was kept (or created), one of the greatest creations of the Irish culture.
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.