Men’s Hats, Caps and Flat Caps
Rain or shine, our selection of men’s hats, flat caps and baseball caps promise to keep you warm, dry or the glare out of your eyes. Available in everything from tweed to 100% waterproof polyester and crushable felt, they’re a practical choice of headwear.
Traditional country-style tweed flat caps have been a staple of British rural wear for decades. With their warm, water-resistant wool and durable acrylic combinations, you can expect them to last you a few decades, too.
Be inspired by our best-selling range of eight panel tweed caps - variously known as Baker’s Boys, Newsboy, Gatsby and - thanks to the success of a certain television show - Peaky Blinder. You can find them in all the classic styles: Harris tweed and herringbone patterns, as well as waterproof moleskin. For more contemporary styling, a tweed baseball cap is a superb riff on this traditional country piece. You can also browse our full selection of traditional flat caps that are much-loved by farmers and country gentlemen across the British isles.
Whether you’re out in the sticks or attending a more formal occasion, a crushable felt fedora hat is a practical but snappy addition, particularly thanks to its wide brim and water resistant properties that’ll drain rain away from your body. Their soft form means they can be folded away without damage to the hat, making them a versatile and reliable choice of headgear.
For more inclement conditions, our waxed flat caps and waxed baseball caps are made from cotton impregnated with wax to create a water resistant outlet layer. They’re a must for damp days and a suitable companion for long country walks or even a spot of gardening.
Brimmed rain hats also go the extra mile by channelling water away from your face and giving you more visibility than a hood can offer. For winter wear, cosy beanie hats are the ultimate in cold weather insulation.
If it’s a sun filled adventure you’re seeking, options abound, too. Wide brim sun hats give extra protection from harmful UV rays on the face and back of the neck. They’re an essential for a balmy British summer day or a holiday on foreign shores.