Sometimes a man—or a woman, for that matter—just needs to wear a wool Irish tweed cap. Could be to keep out the cold, of course, but it could also be simply for the pure, jaunty look and style of it. What better way to do either, or both, than to sport a genuine Hanna Hat touring cap handcrafted in County Donegal. And for the true individuals among us, this striped patchwork tweed cap is a brilliant choice. Because each cap is unique, with its own variety and selection of tweed patterns and blends of colors, it’s as distinctively one-of-a-kind as you are.
• Crafted from 100% pure wool tweed woven exclusively for Hanna Hats
• No two caps are identical, so colors and patterns will vary
• Lined with satin and interior grosgrain band
• To determine the correct hat size, measure the head with a tape measure at its widest point, just above the ears or eyebrows
• Designed and manufactured by Hanna Hats
• Imported from County Donegal, Ireland
Did You Know? The flat cap—a rounded men's or women's cap with a small stiff brim in front—traces its history to 14th-century England. To stimulate the wool industry, an Act of Parliament in 1571 decreed that on Sundays and holidays, all males over six years of age, except for the nobility and persons of degree, were to wear wool caps. The cap has experienced a resurgence in popularity, possibly because of recent photographs of cap-wearing celebrities.
About the Artists. Hanna Hats had its beginnings in 1924, when David Hanna Sr. started a small tailoring firm in the town of Donegal on Ireland's northwest coast. The very first Hanna hat was created in 1964, and it took four-and-a-half hours to complete. All their caps are naturally moisture repellent and assembled by hand at the factory in Donegal Town. They use the finest Donegal tweed (pure new wool) woven exclusively for them in the soft, muted shades of the Irish landscape.