Columbus-based Homage recently teamed up with well-known Ebbets Field Flannels for their take on the classic baseball cap. They took a swooshed H and threw it against a rich red wool shell and added their logo print on the back for good measures. The result is a high-quality product made right here in the USA.
Schott NYC have teamed up with New Era Japan to create this classic baseball cap. The unstructured crown is featured here in a navy wool finish with green under the brim and a white S stitched up front.
Introducing The Genesis Project, a small brand that’s dropping some of the most creatively designed snapbacks we’ve seen since… well, ever. The Floral Collection is well thought-out and there’s some magnificent detailing throughout the hats. Hints of lambskin leather and ultra suede can be found on the back closure as well as a gold buckle. The majority of the styles utilize an American Needle but there are Mitchell & Ness snapbacks in there as well. Look for these to drop soon through The Genesis Online for $100 each.
London Undercover has been systematically expanding their lineup as of late and the latest addition to the British label’s offerings is their hat collection. With three styles available and a few different colorways on deck, we’re sure there’s one you’ll dig. The Pigeon Bowler hat happens to be our favorite as it’s extremely versatile and the black fur felt shell just looks so damn good.
All three styles — Pigeon Bowler, London Trilby and Mayfair Foldaway — are available exclusively through London Undercover’s online store but look for the pieces to hit in store as well in the coming weeks and months.
Honestly, let’s keep it real — how warm does this hat look? Highland 2000 happens to be one of England’s finest knitwear makers and this cable knit really shows the brands potential. It’s made from 100% Shetland wool and crafted in England.
Buy It: $54 at Superdenim
There are plenty of ways to stay warm during the winter but Borsalino’s line of headwear happens to be one of the most durable and versatile. Their Legionnaire hat is a prime example of this as it’s as warm as it is functional. The hat features fold down ear flaps & a short bill, and is made from a heather wool mix fabric.
It’s getting cold out and priority numero uno should be protecting your head. Fred Perry’s cable knit beanie is a great pickup as it’s guaranteed to keep you warm. This classic chunky beanie comes in a camel lambswool finish with a black emroidered laurel on side.
Buy It: $50 at gargyle
For the past 130 plus years, the John B. Stetson company has been crafting high-quality, extremely functional hats. The longevity of the brand is a testament to the iconic brand’s dedication to detail and consistent design ethos. For the fall, they’ve linked up with Billy Reid for eleven hats for men, women and some for both.
The collection ranges from dead stock wool fedoras, nutria constructed trapper toboggans, to English driving caps with leather tie secured convertible ear flaps. Our favorite is the Conway, a waxed cotton fishing cap with a distressed leather live cut raw edge bill. It’s lined with heirloom pillow ticking and the interior drop-down convertible ear flap is lined in wool tweed jacquard for added warmth.
The collection is available now at Billy Reid.