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Ed - Baiadera Fabric Duckbill Cap

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Mathias - Newsboy Denim Fabric Cap

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Eight-pin Irish cap with leather button Shelby style

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Eight-pointed beanie with goose beak Bat model

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Plain weave flat hat with headband Max model

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Flat hat with Scottish fabric tips Felix model

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Eight-pin Donegal Irish hat Shelby model

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Newsboy Cap Cap Classic Patchwork Pattern Jack

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Irish houndstooth hat Lord model

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Duckbill Classic Tweed Cap with Mesh Headband Eddy Style

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Doria's 110 Years Patchwork Hat in Velvet and Cashmere Mix Celebrative Pattern

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Classic Braided Coppola with Grosgrain Neckguard Model Ed

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Newsboy Cap in Cotton Linen Mix in Tarta Pattern Model Jack

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Classic Flat Brocade Operated Coppola with Peaked Back Model Felix

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American Linen and Cotton Mix Classic Hat with Tartan Pattern Model Steven

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Irish Tartan Fabric Eight-Pronged Hat Model Lord

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Fabric beanie with neck cover Model Ed

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Classic Wedge Hat with Plate Model Felix

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Lord- Irish fancy cloth beret

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Summer and winter beanies

Men's segmented caps are all categories of caps that are cut, sewn and made by joining segments of fabric together to form the typical shape of a men's cap.

This family generally includes baseball caps, Irish caps, Newsboy caps and all soft caps made from pieces of fabric cut into wedges.

These types of men's hats are divided into summer and winter hats: summer hats are made from lighter fabrics such as linen or lighter cotton that provide protection from the sun's rays without overheating the wearer. Winter wedge hats are made of heavier fabrics such as wool, felt and lapin, which provide protection from the elements such as rain or snow, are water-resistant or completely waterproof and provide greater warmth to the head.

Beanies: How to Choose the Right Size

Choosing the right size is always a critical moment, also because every hat made by hand and then sold in hat shops has very different sizes compared to the classic ones that clothing shops have accustomed us to.

The sizes for men's segmented caps are calculated in centimetres and range from size 55 (smallest) to 62 (largest); to find out which size is right for you, there is a very simple and quick procedure.

To calculate your correct hat size, all you have to do is take a tape measure, measure the circumference of your head by holding the tape measure just one centimetre above your ears, which is the point where your hat will fit perfectly.

If you don't have a tape measure, you can calculate the size simply by using a piece of string, a string or a shoelace from your shoes: in the same way as before, use the tape measure to calculate the circumference, mark with a pen or a felt-tip pen the point where the two parts of the shoelace meet and then use a ruler or a normal tape measure to measure the shoelace.