Early days look

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Early days look

An old-fashioned flatcap is wider and more voluminous than today’s trend. Typically, old caps are fuller, but the recent decades’ focus on streamlined design has made the historic wide caps more and more narrow and modern in shape. But here is a selection of our old-fashioned inspired flatcaps with good volume. Some models that were normal in the early 19th century will today be almost perceived as extravagant. Here is a selection of caps that has a iconic look that get you thinking of a time that once was.

    • Chan Wui eighpiece

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      • 100% Harris Tweed Wool
      • Cotton lining
      • Handmade classic
      • Robust and warm Eightpiece
      This brown Eightpiece cap is strongly inspired by the wide and voluminous caps that were widely used in the early 19th century. You can read more about the distribution and history of the cap on our article 7 popular caps for modern man. The cap is handmade in Germany by Wilgart's master Herr Bullmann. As a counterpart to this brown Harris Tweed cap, we also have a grayish classic eightpiece in herringbone weaving called Ever Larsen cap
    • Loui tweed flatcap w. earflaps

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      • 100% Harris Tweed Wool
      • Cotton lining
      • Soft Moleskine and tweed ear flaps
      • Handmade cap
      This classic flatcap has built-in ear flaps that can be unfolded when the cold bites. In milder weather, the ear flaps fold into the cap and it appears as a classic woolen cap. The Harris tweed fabric is woven in Scotland and the cap is handmade in Germany by my teacher Herr Bullmann. Read about washing and maintenance of wool caps here. Wilgart also carries the models Starnight cap w. earflaps or the baseball cap Ardie basecap with earflaps
    • Ever Larsen eightpiece cap

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      • 100% Harris Tweed Wool
      • Fabric from the Outer Hebrides in Scotland
      • Traditional craftsmanship
      • Viscose lining
      • Handmade by Master Bullmann
      This eight piece headwear is as classic as it gets. The style that’s in New York referred to as an ‘Applejack’. This style comes in a historic fabric, made following traditional craftsmanship methods, by one of the most experienced capmakers in Europe. Master Herr Bullmann.

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