Irish herringbone tweed bucket hat in navy

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Though a lot of today's stylish guys wear bucket hats to protect against the sun or just because they like the throwback vibe, the bucket hat started as the preferred headgear of Irish fishermen looking to keep rain and saltwater spray out of their eyes. This version, made in herringbone tweed from the Magee mill in Donegal, Ireland (est. 1866), takes the style back to its roots while also elevating it.

  • Wool.
  • Poly satin lining.
  • Import.
  • Item F5709.