JB Stetson Fall/Winter
A bonanza of men's caps is ready for you with the Fall/Winter 2014 selection from John B. Stetson, part of the Stetson family of hats, and which of course includes the JB Stetson Spring/Summer line of hats and caps. New this year are two patch caps, The Brooklin and The Texas. Both are made with a patchwork of variously printed panels in a blend of materials, have sewn down brims and feature a very cool
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poker motif lining. The ivy cap is as individual and unique as the newsboy, and here's betting on both.
Put wool on your coconut with The Lennox, a very stingy brim walking hat with a great a basketweave pattern. Made from 100% virgin wool, the unlined trilby is trimmed with a fancy frayed ribbon and Stetson pin. You can get it in a newsboy cap version, too, called The Kennet. It's a traditional look with a sewn down brim, cotton lining and ribbon sweatband for added comfort. When it's cashmere you seek, take a look at the trophy newsboy cap made from a Cerruti cashmere/silk blend. It is a satin lined and sinfully sumptuous, must-have cap, elegant in plaid.
We've brought back a couple of wool caps in a herringbone pattern this year. The newsboy features a brim that's stitched down at three points, and the lining is a comfortable blend of cotton with a touch of polyester. A nice finishing touch is the leather patch at the side with a Stetson antique brass pin. The Modesto is crafted from the same fabric, but the result is an ivy cap and customers love it, leaving reviews like:
Love my new cap. It's warm, comfortable, and looks great. I've got lots of compliments on it already.
The Stetson Wool Modesto gets very high marks for quality, workmanship, and fit. It's the perfect hat for my business trips up north and coordinates well with my wool herringbone coat.
For a driving cap par excellence, there is the silk and cashmere blend Bandera from JB Stetson. Featuring a fine herringbone pattern, sewn down brim, cotton lining and Stetson pin, men's caps just don't get any better than this and the comfort level is quite extraordinary. Another outstanding men's cap is The JB Stetson Silk/Cashmere Hatteras, and this time I'll let the five-star reviews do the talking:
We've also brought back a best-selling and genuine suede fedora with a stingy, narrow brim called The Suede Fedora. This hat got the best five-star review I've ever read. It says: "I love it. If I had a second head, then I'd even buy another one just like it." If it's leather you like in your caps, we've got The Brooklyn, a two tone leather newsboy cap, and The Campbell, a ball cap that's also in two-tone leather. Both caps are exclusive to Hartford York -- you can't buy them anywhere else.
JB Stetson is offering two new leather caps for the season. The Byers is a cadet cap and The Redding is an ivy cap. Both feature microfleece lining and dropdown earflaps for added warmth on cold days, and they're rugged enough to last while being stylish enough to expect compliments. Look for the discreet Stetson badge at the side.
On days when a little extra weather protection is needed, some knit wool caps from JB Stetson might come in handy. We've got two versions of these soft, warm winter caps in 100% merino wool for you to consider: one with a generous knit cuff measuring four inches, and the other with a smaller cuff of 2 1/2 inches.
- Gorgeous fabric. Nice feel.
- Excellent material. Great fit. Exactly what I have been seeking for a casual everyday hat.
- Very elegant, yet casual, smooth and appealing...a must have!