Navy Blue Denim Fisherman Cap


Navy Blue Denim Fisherman Cap

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Denim Fisherman Cap - Blue

Traditional breton cap - also known as a fisherman cap, boatmans cap, fiddler cap, barge cap

This cap comes fully lined and is made from Denim

Features Denim band trim with nautical anchor engraved metal pins on both sides

Soft cotton inner sweatband for comfort

Stiff Peak - measures approximately 5.5cm

Crown measures approximately 7.5cm

Sizes: Small 55cm, Medium 57cm, Large 59cm, Extra Large 61cm

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    Denton Hats
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  • How to measure your hat size

    Please note this is a general guide as different head shapes may also affect your hat size and it can also depend on where the hat sits on your head and the style of the hat too. 

    If a hat is too small, it will sit too high up on your head so if you are in-between sizes, it's generally best to go up a size and add some hat padding underneath the sweatband to help it fit a bit tighter.

    We also sell hat adjuster pads which can be found here if your hat is a little loose.

    International Hat Size Conversion Chart:

    International Hat Size Chart

    Here's a quick video to show you how to measure to find out your hat size:

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Snug and neat

My existing cap was rather heavy for summer use, and my wife sourced this one in your catalogue. I am delighted with it: it fits perfectly and looks smart, and when wet dries out readily. I recommend d it wholeheartedly.

Harold Wonham | Fareham | June 2020

Smart dark navy denim

Smart hat, well made and a good fit. (I take a small size). Will be back for another style in autumn! Your photo gallery is very helpful too.

C Kelly | Kent | June 2021

Good find!

I've looked for a Breton hat for years and now I've found your site and am spoilt for choice.

Smashing product. Wonderful quality. Will be back for my winter ware. Thank you for providing service as it was when customers were respected and valued.

Jim Farley | Bottesford, Nottingham | July 2021