Archive for September 17th, 2011

A special thanks to Mr. Karl for introducing me to Goorin Brothers latest cap collection: American Made 1895. A Dandy assortment indeed of the finest high quality fabrics of soft wool, Harris tweeds, Woolrich plaids and water-resistant suede. Yet another company that prides itself on being made in the U.S, their stellar collection of fedoras, bowlers, gatsby’s and even top hats has everything the discerning Dandy could need to keep his head warm in coming cooler months.

I’ve purchased a few Goorin Bros. caps throughout the years and while some of their stuff borders on the Affliction-esque, for the most part, each piece is very well crafted and their fits are always great. They are certainly on trend with several of the 1920’s era headwear for the ladies, and the rest of the site is sure to have just about something for everyone. They’ve also made a nice documentary about the craftsmanship and tradition that goes into American Made Goorin Bros. caps.

I’ve selected a few of my favorites from the American Made collection below.


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