Christy's London Fall/Winter hats include The Foldaway, one you may have heard of. It's a fur felt fedora and we carry this customer favorite in every season because of five-star reviews that read:
Perfect for the guy on the go, this version of The Foldaway is made from soft, genuine fur felt and is trimmed with a tonal grosgrain ribbon band. Take it when you travel; as one customer says: "It rolls up nicely and fits into carry-on or a blazer pocket. It sometimes requires a bit of manipulation to get it back to the desired shape, but this is a very small issue for the convenience of a fine fur felt fedora roll-up."
The Trilby, is another of Christys' London fur felt fedoras that continually receives rave reviews from satisfied customers and that we carry throughout the year. One five-star review reads: "This fedora was even more handsome than its picture. Beautiful color and finish, excellent fit, very attractive classic styling." Another happy fellow says: "Your hat is superb! The sizing is perfect." The classic style, with its creased crown and pinched front, is finished with a grosgrain band and bow. The Trilby is satin lined and has a leather sweatband for added wearer comfort.
Then, for something completely different, you've even got an Edwardian fur felt top hat for gala occasions, weddings, graduations and and just because. When it's a most traditional look you seek for your dress hat, The Chaplin is a genuine bowler in fine fur felt, trimmed with a grosgrain band and bow. This hat has received accolades from the men who wear it. They leave five star reviews that read:
- I got this fedora to travel with. It immediately became one of my all time favorites, travel-able or not! While the overall impression is less formal than many other fedoras, it can still be dressed up.
- I've had this hat for at least three years. You really can crush it, or roll it up, then 're-inflate' it, reshape it, and it's ready to go. It can assume a variety of shapes.
- Quite simply, the best hat I have ever owned. The highest quality I have ever seen.
- The Brits had it right, with this bowler's aerodynamic shape, it never has blown off even in high gusty winds.