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Our tweed flat caps come direct from a private Irish wool weaver and are made from durable 100% wool.

 

Direct from Ireland, these hand-crafted hats come in a variety of styles including the classic black (goes with anything) to the traditional patch-work design. Flat caps go great with a kilt, so we offer tweeds which tone well with a variety of tartans -- especially the Irish County tartans. Whether you want one for driving to the pub in your convertible, stompin' at a drop-kick concert , or to dress up your tweed gear, these comfortable lids are sure to please!

 

Need something a bit more regimental to go with your kilt? We also offer top-quality wool Glengarry hats made in the UK  - the most popular head cover among military or Highland dress kilt wearers. Ours are uniform black with a red toorie ("pom") to match any tartan. Check out our full range of Cap Badges including your own Clan Crest.

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The classic flat cap is rounded with a small stiff brim. You may also know it by a different name such as scally cap, duckbill cap. longshoreman's cap, cloth cap, cabbie cap, Wigens cap, ivy cap, derby hat, jeff cap, duffer cap, driving cap, bicycle cap, Irish cap, newsboy cap, crook cap, Vergon hat, Joao's hat, sixpence, or paddy cap. In Scotland they may be called a bunnet and in Wales a Dai cap. New Zealand wins for the most amusing name -- cheese-cutter. Regardless of the name, there's no mistaking the style!