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Trilby Hat in Felt Velor Finish with Gros Grain Belt James Model


Classic Flat Cap in Fabric with Lock Model Earmuffs


Wool Felt Beret decorated with Leather Edge and Studs Turenne Model


Medium Wing Drop Hat in Waterproof Wool Felt with Leather Belt with Studs and Tobar Model Chain


Wide Wing Drop Hat in Waterproof Wool Felt with Leather Chain and Studs Tundra Model


Vintage Corduroy Velvet Sailor Cap with Chain and Studs Tudor Model


Eight-wedge Irish Cap in Donegal Fabric Shelby Model


Drop Hat in Prince of Wales Patterned Fabric Fernando Model


Newsboy Cap in Fabric Model Matthew


Velor Felt Baseball Hat with Visor and Leather Regulator Lace Model Hof


Protective Mask in Cotton Canvas with Internal Pocket for Masquerade Model Filter

Basque in Wool Felt with Genuine Leather Profile Aurora Model


Drop Hat in Lapin Suede Felt and Hatton Model Leather Belt


Drop Hat in Wool Felt with Striped Gros Grain Belt Model Caleb


Drop Hat in Wool Felt and Fabric Insert on the Dome Model Damien


Fedora Melousine Felt Hat with Gros Grain Belt Roberto Model


Drop Hat in Melange Felt with Belt in Gros Grain Droplet Model


Simple Protective Mask in Cotton Canvas with Double Interior Model Doria Mask

Small Wing Fedora Hat in Felt with Gros Grain Belt and Bow, Funky J model


Fedora Hat in Wool Felt with Gros Grain Belt Vittorio Model


Drop Hat in Felt Velor with Belt in Gros Grain Drop Model


Felt Fedora Hat with Gros Grain Belt and Ike Model Leather Profile


Drop Hat in Waterproof Wool Felt with Gros Grain Belt Jigen Model


Ian Model Banded Parade Fabric Cap


Ribbed Knit Fabric Baseball Cap Billy Model


Drop Felt Hat with Belt and Velvet Profile Delage Model


Newsboy Cap Classic Patchwork Jack Model


Roller Hat in Felt and Sellier Leather Belt Varenne Model


Classic Coppola in Anti-Drop and Anti-Wind Fabric Jugo Model


Jason Model Unlined Baseball Cap


Reversible Baseball Cap in Anti-Drop and Anti-Wind Fabric Aeolus Model


Drop Hat in Double-Face Wool Felt with Belt and Delage Model Profile


Reversible Bucket Hat in Anti-Drop and Anti-Wind Fabric Ostro Model


Skinny Baseball Cap in Waterproof Fabric with Technical Mesh Visor, Mistral Model


Irish Flat Cap in Tweed Chevron Fabric and Thomas Model Leather Visor


Lindbergh Model Fabric Aviator Cap


Bucket Hat in Waterproof Fabric and Technical Net with Lace Boris Model


Telescope Hat in Wool Felt with Belt in Gros Grain Model Lerici


Irish Beanie in Pied-de-Poule Fabric Lord Model


Trilby Felt Hat with Gros Grain Belt Arsenio Model


Drop Hat in Shaved Felt with Leather Belt Orlando Model


Fabric Wedge Cap with Neck Cover Model Ed


Summer and Winter Men's Hats

Men's hats have always been a fundamental accessory for the male wardrobe of any age: with the function of covering from the sun's rays in summer and sheltering from frost and bad weather, the hat has taken on a very important role within the male outfit .

Much sought after by all fashion lovers and fashion bloggers, the hat has begun to be used again by young people too for its extreme ease of making an outfit very simple, something more stylish and elegant by adding just one accessory.

The difference between summer and winter men's hats is the material they are made of: more or less light fabrics, others water-resistant or completely waterproof and finally the most sought after are straw hats.

How to choose the most suitable men's hat for you

Choosing the most suitable men's hat for your needs is a very important phase and must be faced with great attention: in the case of a ceremony, a party or an informal occasion, the hat must be perfectly matched and in tune with your outfit. The most used ceremonial hats are certainly the classic fedora hat, the drop hat and the top hat because they lend themselves more to being combined with elegant clothing such as tailored tailored suits or casual-chic looks.

Surely the season greatly influences the choice of the hat because according to the period, summer or winter, we will have to opt for a hat more or less heavy and with different characteristics from each other. The choice of a summer accessory involves lighter materials such as straw hats, panama hats or linen hats; otherwise, or a more winter choice, we will opt for felt hats, rabbit hats or hats in water-resistant or waterproof fabric.

Finally, the last factor to be taken into account will certainly be your own style alongside which the chosen hat is. The style is different for each person and the hat accentuates this factor even more: in the case of a casual style the most suitable models are hats with brim, lobbia hats or pork-pie hats.

How to Choose the Right Hat Size

Choosing the correct hat size is always a critical moment also because each hat made with craftsmanship and then sold in hats have very different sizes compared to the classic ones to which clothing stores have become accustomed.

The sizes for hats are calculated in centimeters and range from size 55 (the smallest) up to 62 (the largest); to understand which is the most suitable size for us we need to follow an extremely simple and quick procedure.

To calculate your correct hat size, all you need to do is take a tailor's tape measure, measure the circumference of your head keeping the tape measure just one centimeter above your ears, which is the point where your hat will fit perfectly.

If you do not have a tailor's meter, you can calculate the size simply using a piece of string, a string or a lace of your shoes: in the same procedure as before, calculate the circumference with the meter, mark with a pen or a felt-tip pen at the point where the two parts of the lace meet, after which with a ruler or a normal meter measure the lace.

The History of the Hat

This splendid accessory was born in Ancient Egypt, where its primary function was to cover the head from strong sunlight.

Passed from the function of shelter from the sun to that of an accessory with a strong cultural denotation, the hat acquires great importance worldwide and becomes a true icon of fashion and style for all noble and aristocratic families.

At the beginning of the twentieth century the art of the hat turns into a very important niche for the Italian economy, a real pride for the Italian artisan sector which will turn in a few years into the famous production of Made in Italy hats required today in world level.