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Feathered hats have historically been associated with status, as exotic feathers were worn only by aristocrats who were able to afford the expensive adornment. By the 1700s, international trade was developed enough to make plumed hats available to the wider population, and has since captured society’s imagination due to novels and cinema as the debonair accessory for buccaneers and musketeers.
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Feathered Hats

  • New ProductStetson Frederick Wool Felt Fedora

    Stetson Frederick Wool Felt Fedora

    More Colors Available
    Here is a great Stetson Fedora in the style of Frank Sinatra, with a great vintage look with the wide hat band. You will just love touching this soft and supple Luxuro finish too! The Frederick has a ...
  • Bailey of Hollywood Wool Jett Porkpie

    Bailey of Hollywood Wool Jett Porkpie

    Take a step into the mid-19th century with this classically-styled hat. You don't have to be a jazz musician to enjoy and take advantage of the Bailey of Hollywood Wool Jett Porkpie's luxury and durab...
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