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The Cap of Courage

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Made from 100% knit wool.

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The Cap of Courage

Tested on the streets of New York City and the river valleys and mountains of Wrangell St. Elias National Park, Alaska. The Cap of Courage is a timeless embodiment of comfort, style, and function — it is standard issue around here, uniform at Best Made Company.

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Tested on the streets of New York City and the river valleys and mountains of Wrangell St. Elias National Park, Alaska. The Cap of Courage is a timeless embodiment of comfort, style, and function — it is standard issue around here, uniform at Best Made Company.

Story

Tested on the streets of New York City and the river valleys and mountains of Wrangell St. Elias National Park, Alaska. The Cap of Courage is a timeless embodiment of comfort, style, and function — it is standard issue around here, uniform at Best Made Company. The cap is made of a resilient wool that's soft to the touch, but will hold up in inclement conditions, when courage is put to the test. It comes in three colors (Famous Red, Navy, and Charcoal), one size (fits men and women alike), and is emblazoned with the Best Made label, which you can wear over your right — or left — ear.

Specs
  • One size fits all
  • 7.5" crown height
  • 20" opening
  • Weight: 3.5 oz.
Materials
  • 100% knit wool
Origin
  • Made in Peru
Care
  • Dry clean only
Notes

We wear the label over the right ear, we cock it at a slight tilt, a jaunty tilt some might say, and then we embark . . .

In the Field

West Texas, USA. Fall, 2017. Photo by Jason Frank Rothenberg.