The Max is a banded cap made of tartan fabric in shades of grey, tuff, saffron and rope. This particular pattern, called Tartan, originates historically from the Scottish Highland Islands and is still used today to define membership of a clan or a particular family.
Scottish fabrics are used to commemorate special events or to designate districts or institutions. In the first two decades of the 20th century, this pattern was adopted by the Prince of Wales, after whom it was named.
The workmanship of this cap is highly sartorial and follows traditional techniques such as manual cutting, a few steps of tailoring and finally ironing on wooden forms. The handcrafted steps are accompanied by technical innovations that help and accompany during the manufacturing process. This synergy between innovation and tradition makes the caps an internationally recognised brand speciality. The metal pin with logo is the hallmark of the Maison Doria.