Alan Paine Tweed Flat Cap- Hawthorn
British law is where the flat cap got its start. All non-noblemen and boys over the age of six were required to wear wool caps on Sundays and holidays by Parliament in 1571.It is now a common dish in the countryside.
- 100% Wool tweed
- Waterproof- Heavy rain protection
- Breathable- Allows body moisture to evapourate
- Fully lined