Alan Paine Rutland Tweed flat Cap
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 its's a staple of the countryside.
• Durable & Robust Tweed
• Waterproof - Heavy rain protection.
• Breathable – Allows body moisture to evaporate.
• Fully Lined