The Keaton Distressed Hat - FINAL SALE

The Keaton Distressed Hat - FINAL SALE

$221.25 In stock
SKU #: 55031-WALNT-L

Regular Price: $295.00

Special Price $221.25

Availability: In stock

The Story:

William Adler’s fascination with the Old West began when he was a young man – the history of the American frontier captivated and reflected his own industrious spirit. Cowboys often wore sturdy, handcrafted hats to protect against weather while working long days on the ranch, but the head-wear eventually became a symbol of dedication, passion and hard work to their life’s work. The William Hat Collection is Will’s homage to painstaking, quality craftsmanship created with time honored traditions in expert design and construction.The William Hat is an indispensable accessory to a daytime or nighttime look. These designs celebrate the timeless approach to the art of hat making, and our company takes great pride in working with artisans who share the same passion for the artistic and hands on approach honored at Will Leather Goods. This is the hat you pass down from generation to generation for its timeless design and quality. The pork pie began to appear in Britain as a man's hat not long after the turn of the century in the fashion style of the man-about-town, but its resurgence in the United States in the 1920s is credited to the silent film actor Buster Keaton who wore them in many of his films. The hats from his films were ones the actor made himself by converting Fedoras and other hats into pork pies, creating more than a thousand in his lifetime.This kind of pork pie had a very flat top and similar short flat

Product Details:

100% Merino Wool
Brim Width is 3"
Inside Liner is Bridal Satin with Will Logo
Sweat Band is Rhone Leather
Petersham Grosgrain Ribbon
Approx. Weight .25 LB

Hat Sizing: SM, MED, LG, XLG

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Country of Manufacture: United States
Color: Walnut
Size: Large

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