A pork pie hat is one of several different styles of hat that have been popular in one context or another since the mid-19th century.
The first hat to be called a pork pie was a hat worn primarily by British and American women from around 1830 through to about 1865.
The pork pie began to appear in Britain as a man’s hat not long after the turn of the century in the fashion style of the man-about-town, but its resurgence in the United States in the 1920s is credited to the silent film actor Buster Keaton who wore them in many of his films.
– Made of 100% Polyester
– The lining is 100% Cotton
– Gladwin Bond pin on the side
– Grosgrain sweatband
– Sponge Clean Only
– High crown 10cm
– Wide brim 3.5cm
Package includes 1 of Small – 55cm, 2 of Medium – 57cm, 2 of Large – 59cm and 1 of XLarge – 61cm (6 in total).