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Caps Types

There are many types of caps, each with its own style and characteristics. If you haven't tried a cap yet, it's because you haven't found the one that suits you. Here we will show you different types, which you will find in our store, so that you can choose the ideal one for you. Flat Cap (Classic cap type): The most classic and timeless cap with a flat shape and usually made... Read More »Caps Types

blog Choose your cap

Choose Your Cap

The cap is a men's accessory that has maintained its popularity through the ages, it started as a necessity, and its functionality has helped it become a permanent part of men's clothing and fashion. The most classic cap design is the flat cap, which still maintains its sophisticated look, adding an air of traditional style. Generally, the cap is an accessory that can be worn... Read More »Choose Your Cap

blog Anatomy of a Hat

Anatomy of a Hat

It is extremely important to know the characteristics of a hat when choosing it, as these determine both its appearance and functionality. Brim: The part of the hat that provides shade to the face. Different brim (visor) shapes (width, length) affect the style. Men's hats have a turned up brim at the back of the hat. Flat brims (visors) can be worn by both... Read More »Anatomy of a Hat

blog Winter Hats

Winter Hats

It is interesting how the hat, beyond its functional aspect, has evolved into an important fashion accessory that reflects the wearer's lifestyle and personal style. Some of the aspects that highlight the importance of the hat in fashion and lifestyle include; Expressive Art: The hat can act as an artistic decorative element, allowing you to express yourself and... Read More »Winter Hats

blog Winter Hat Materials

Winter hats materials

The materials of the winter hats are between felt wool and merino wool and depends on the consumer needs and the specifications of the product. Both materials have their own unique characteristics: Felt Wool: Wool felt is an extremely reliable material, particularly suitable for outdoor use. This natural fiber, derived from sheep hair, offers several advantages, such as: Moisture resistance... Read More »Winter hats materials

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Hat Shapes #2

Following on from our "Hat Shapes #1" article, here we will expand on, four more types of hats that you will find in our store. «Pamela» the Feminine The main characteristic of Pamela hats, is the oval-round crown and wide brim. We will find this hat in several variations from its original form. It first appeared in the 1790s and was worn back on the head. It had only a crown... Read More »Hat Shapes #2

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Hat Shapes #1

Hats are an essential accessory for a stylish outfit at any time of the year. However, today there is a prejudice that the hat as an accessory belongs to the past but the hat is the culture that makes us more stylish and we just love them! If you haven't tried hats yet, it's because you haven't found the one that suits you, for this reason, we will show you different shapes... Read More »Hat Shapes #1

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Shantung Hats

The raw material of Shantung hats was discovered in Japan. They were originally made from a paper thread referred to as "Washi" and perfected in the early 1900s out of a need to find an alternative and comparable raw material to Panama hats. The felt of Shantung hats is light weight, it has great durability and high strength. The quality of the knitting is measured by the... Read More »Shantung Hats

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Panama Hats

About PANAMA: PANAMA hats are made from palm tree leaves called PAJA TOQUILLA PALM (scientific name Carludovica palmata). The raw material is produced in ECUADOR (EQUATORIUM) and the knitting of the hat in the primary stage is carried out by native craftsmen, while our final product (shape, decoration, etc.) is formed in Spain. All PANAMA hats have a seal of authenticity inside that they are made in Ecuador. Another name for... Read More »Panama Hats


Anatomy of a Hat

The characteristics of a hat help us choose the one that suits the most!! Brim: The part of the hat needed to shade the face. Crown: The top part of the hat that may have dents or some protrusion, (eg. the hat that has two dents on its edges is called a fedora). Band: each hat may be decorated... Read More »Anatomy of a Hat

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