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Dakota B. - Baseball Hat

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Meg - Fedora Hat

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Pony - Baseball Cap

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Aurora - Wool Basque

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Clint - Fedora Hat

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Delano - Drop Hat

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Jigen - Drop Hat

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Caleb - Drop Hat

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Salinero - Drop Hat

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Sebastian - Wool Basque

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Droplet - Drop Hat

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Boris - Bucket Hat

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Boris B. - Bucket Hat

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Zephyr - Waterproof Hat

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Lora B. - Bomber Fabric Basque

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Carré - Flat Cup

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Samuel K - Bucket Hat

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Boris B. - Bucket Hat

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Joe - Baseball Hat

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Vittorio - Fedora Hat

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Lora - Basque in Tweed

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Bonnie - Basque in Spikes

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Samuel K - Bucket Hat

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Boris - Bucket Hat

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Men's Hats

Born in Ancient Egypt, the hat's primary function was to cover the head from the sun's strong rays. From being a shelter from the sun to being an accessory with strong cultural connotations, the hat acquired great importance worldwide and became a true fashion and style icon for all noble and aristocratic families.

At the beginning of the twentieth century, the art of hat-making became a very important niche for the Italian economy. The hat became a real boast for the Italian craft sector, giving rise to iconic Made in Italy hat productions, in great demand worldwide today.

Now that this accessory is making a comeback, you need to choose carefully: the right men's hat makes your look shine. The best models and materials can be found in the Doria 1905 collection of men's winter and summer hats.

Men's Winter Hats

Men's Winter Hats Made in Italy

Whether for a formal ceremony or during one's daily routine, the hat is one of the most sought-after and fashionable men's accessories. The most important feature is that it makes even simple and casual outfits look elegant and sophisticated. If you are a hat lover, then men's caps are certainly the right choice, while for the more eccentric, fedoras are always the right choice.

If you're a cold-hearted but stylish person and you want a warm hat to get you through the winter, you've come to the right place. Doria 1905 has been making men's hats made in Italy for over 100 years and you're sure to find your ideal hat in our autumn/winter collection. Lapin felt and wool hats, warm winter caps and classic hats, we have everything you need to satisfy even the most difficult tastes.

Are you a fashionable guy and want a hat that will make your friends jealous? You are spoilt for choice: we make baseball caps and bucket hats, known as fisherman caps. Visit our online shop and choose your favourite model.

Men's Summer Hats

Men's Summer Hats Made in Italy

Are you looking for a good hat to spend your holiday by the sea? Doria 1905's men's summer hats are just the thing for you. The wide choice and the great quality of materials make this Made in Italy brand one of the best choices for buying your hat. Straw hats, classic Panama hats and baseball caps are just some of the summer models available in our online shop.

The most sought-after men's summer hats are the Panama hats, famous for their lightness and the quality of the straw used, which originates from South America. A good alternative to the Panama hat are the men's fedora hats, which are a real must-have for men's wardrobes. For the younger generation, the most suitable models are baseball hats and the Bucket, also known as a fisherman's hat.

Regardless of the model you choose, hats are definitely an essential fashion accessory for spending your holiday between the beach and walks along the sea. For the more cosmopolitan men who choose to spend their holidays in the metropolis, hats are essential to protect their heads from the sun's rays, preventing burns and sunstroke. In conclusion, for men, it is always advisable to have one or more summer hats in your luggage before leaving for your holiday destination.

Men's hats: the models

Choosing such a personal and eccentric accessory as a hat requires great care and good taste. At a ceremony or a formal party, a panama hat lends a lot of elegance and sobriety to your look.

Whatever your choice, the hat must be perfectly matched and in tune with your outfit. The most popular men's hats are certainly the fedora and the drop hat.

During the warmer seasons such as spring and summer, the choice will shift to more summery materials and in particular to the much sought-after straw hats. This is not the case in winter, when felt and wool will dominate.

How to Choose the Right Hat Size

Choosing the correct hat size is very important for the use of the chosen hat. The sizes are different and are calculated in centimetres, which is very different from classic clothing sizes.

Hat sizes are calculated in centimetres and range from size 55 (the smallest) to 62 (the largest); in order to work out which size is right for you, you need to follow an extremely simple and quick procedure. To calculate your correct hat size all you have to do is take a dressmaker's 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.