Alan Paine Combrook Men’s Tweed Flat Cap Hawthorn


A staple of the countryside.

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The flat cap has its roots in British law. In 1571, Parliament decreed that all non-noblemen and boys over the age of six must cover their heads with wool caps on Sundays and holidays. Nowadays it is a staple of the countryside.

• 100% Wool Tweed
• Waterproof – Heavy rain protection.
• Breathable – Allows body moisture to evaporate.
• Fully Lined.

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