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Slim Driving Caps - Tweed

Englandmj7

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Hello gents,

I have been on the hunt for a nice, affordable tweed driving cap for quite some time and everywhere I went they were either too bulky/fat or were made of crappy materials, etc. I have made posts on here regarding a good tweed cap maker and finally found one on my own:

http://www.hannahats.com/

Apparently, the hats are handmade. I bought mine in an Irish store in SF and it fits excellently. None of the button closure crap on the front, very warm, and very slim (doesn't have a huge bill or bulges over the sides). Very sharp. I found them cheaper online here:

http://www.noggintops.com/page.cfm?p=66

Just wanted to give a heads up to those of you who have been weary of buying online without being able to try the hat on in person. They also have several varieties/colors of the tweed as well as herringbone material. Cheers.
 

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