Donegal Tweed - 100 % wool
This style is also often called the newsboy or the bakerboy.
The style was popular in Europe and North America in the late 19th and early 20th centuries among both boys and adult men. As the name suggests, it is now associated with newspaper boys. This gives rise to a misunderstanding. It is true that many newspaper boys and other working boys wore flat caps along with other styles. This style was not, however, worn only by boys.
Hanna caps are all handmade in Donegal town from locally sourced Donegal Tweed. The random pieces of yarn in various colours in the weave of the fabric is what gives Donegal Tweed it's unique appearance.
We have added our Decent Man label to the inside, so you always know it is your cap when you pick it up.
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