100-2491
Heritage

Flying Private

The half bow for this style is a modified version of an original top hat trim to give this one a modern twist.

Main Material: Wool

Fabric: 100% Wool

Dimensions:  Brim: 1 1/2"

$130.00 $130.00
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Availability: In stock

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Flying Private Heritage Top Hat

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Flying Private

The Lifestyle The Shape Bold Hatmakers since 1895

Heritage

Pittsburgh. 1895. Cassel Goorin is dedicated to the highest level of quality and craftsmanship. Today, the legacy of Cassel continues and follows this timeless approach to the art of hat making.

Bowler

Sometimes referred to as the derby, the bowler became the hat of choice for the masses at the turn of the century, replacing the more formal top hats, also called toppers.

In 1895, master craftsman Cassel Goorin sold his first hat off a horse cart in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Cassel's sons – the Goorin Brothers – continued the tradition of hat making when they moved the family business to San Francisco in 1949.