104-5331
Goorin Everyday

Barouche

A Goorin Everyday schoolboy in cotton

Main Material: Cotton

Sale $46.00

$23.00 $23.00

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Availability: In stock

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Mr. Fitsall Explains the

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The Lifestyle The Shape Bold Hatmakers since 1895

Goorin Everyday

It’s the hat that lets you tell your story without ever having to say a word. For work or play. For every day. A hat for every head.

Schoolboy

Inspired by the classic preppy uniforms of elite British boarding schools, the schoolboy delivers cheeky good looks when perched upon any girl’s head.

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.