Stetson Wool Cap

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to order please enter the full address within the personalisation boxes that you wish to be at the centre, including postcode. Please note:we cannot personalise this item with a chosen name. Personalisation boxes are for address details only, which are to be used for the Quad Map print. Blueeye
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A flat cap with a soft internal band and tartanesque lining.
Stetson 'Hatteras' flat caps are just what you'd expect of an American classic: the look is confident but not brash; the quality second to none. Lined for extra comfort.
For sizing, measure around your head just above the eyebrows and ears.


John Batterson Stetson was born on May 5th 1830, in East Orange, New Jersey. His father, Stephen Stetson was a successful hatter who ran the No Name Hat Company. The company was known for their superior quality hats and John B. learned the trade as a child. John Batterson Stetson headed west to recover from tuberculosis, which he developed as a young man. He decided to try his luck and venture to Pike’s Peak to seek a fortune in gold. Roughing it in the wilderness, John used primitive felting techniques to create water repellent blankets and the first hat to protect him from the elements. This was the original “Boss of the Plains”; a Western hat that would become the cornerstone of Stetson’s hat business, and is still in production today. To differentiate his products from the competition, John B sent a “Boss of the Plains” hat to each South-Western dealer with a letter asking for an order of a dozen. By the early twentieth century, Stetson owned the world’s largest hat factory. Notable people who wore Stetson hats in the late nineteenth, early twentieth century’s included Colonel William F. Cody “Buffalo Bill”, Calamity Jane, Will Rogers and Annie Oakley.
Verified Customer Reviews (12)
Overall Product Rating 5 / 5
04 July 2016
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Excellent item, great value for money, many thanks!
18 January 2014
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Really pleased with this and wear it regularly.
16 January 2014
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Excellent quality and fit , warm stylish last for years
14 January 2014
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pity it was not a bit cheaper.
13 January 2014
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well pleased customer.
05 November 2013
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lovely cap, comfortable and warm. looks good too. have you seen peaky blinders?
Questions & Answers (1)
Hat Size
12 Feb 2017
Please could you let me know what hat size measurements are.

The sizes (measure around your head, just above your ears) are as follows:
S = 55cm
M = 57cm
L = 59cm
XL = 61cm
XXL = 63cm