The deer stalker cap has been a regular sight in the English countryside for generations, and it continues to be worn for style and protection by noblemen and workmen to this day. This make of cap was made infamous by the illustrations and early films showing it as the preferred headwear of Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes, even through he was never specifically described in his stories as wearing one. So whether you're channelling Basil Rathbone, Benedict Cumberbatch (or more locally: Capt. Peter Janson), you'll always be keenly dressed for any rural adventure in this hat!
Fabric woven in England
Made in New Zealand
Ear flaps that can be tied beneath the chin for protection from wind and rain
Easily packable into a bag or pocket
Fabric: Can vary from cap to cap, please contact us to confirm what colours and fabrics are available at time of purchase.
For care tips, please see our HAT CARE page.
Please note: Colours may vary slightly from photographs.
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