Heavy Donegal Tweed Eight Panel Cap: Burgundy Flecked Herringbone
• Iconic style
• Quilted Lining
• Made from Heavy Donegal Tweed
The latest addition to our selection of traditional eight panel caps, this cap is heavier than our other Tweed Caps. Ideal for the worst weather conditions.
The Newsboy Cap or Baker’s Boy cap is one of the most iconic items of clothing from the early to mid 20th Century, ideal to wear with a leather jacket or a tweed suit and equally suitable for everyone from an artisan to a Lord, worn by The Great Gatsby, The Peaky Blinders and the Jarrow marchers alike.
These eight panel tweed caps, while similar in style to the ubiquitous flat cap, are cut with a much fuller and more rounded shape and have a stiff curved peak with a stitch under the overhang to pull the body of the cap tight to the brim. Our cap is fitted with a quilted lining to keep the wearer’s head warm, dry and protected from the elements and is crafted in a Donegal Tweed, new to our collection.
Also features a removable badge on the side of the cap.
Measure your head circumference with measuring tape sitting just above your ears then select your size from drop down menu (if between sizes choose the bigger size).