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- Order number: 101-316-newsboy-classic-cap-321-wine-red.57
Thanks to its classic design, the Wigens newsboy cap can be combined with almost any wardrobe. The perfect cap for the winter made of thick tweed wool. The model "Newsboy Classic" found its inspiration in the history of clothing. This traditional shape was worn by newspaper carriers in the 1920s and thus gave it the name "Newsboy".
- Material: 100% wool, Original Harris Tweed® Information about Harris Tweed also in our report from the visit to Harris
- Lining: 100 % polyester
- Colour: Grey-beige checked
- Screen length: approx. 5,5cm
- Style: Newsboy Classic Cap
If your size is not in stock, we can have it made for you with a delivery time of 30-60 working days. We ask for your understanding that custom-made products are excluded from exchange and return.
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A cap full of style.
For over 100 years, Wigens in Sweden has been producing comfortable hats and caps in timeless design. The best materials such as merino wool and cashmere from Italy, waxed cotton from England and tweed from Ireland also convinced the royal family: Wigens is the purveyor to the court.
Wigéns of Sweden has been producing hats and caps since the company was founded by Oscar Wigén in 1906. At the age of 26 he founded the company "AB Oscar Wigéns", commonly known as Wigéns, in the small Swedish town of Tranås. History says he was a man of strong will, sharp intellect and impressive energy. He was also known as a perfectionist. Every product had to be absolutely flawless!
To determine the size, take a measuring tape and place it around your head as shown in the sketch. Hold a finger under the tape so that the cap is not too tight. Alternatively, measure tightly on the head and then add about 0.5 - 1 cm.
If you do not have a tape measure at hand, you can alternatively take a tape or thread, put it around the head and measure with a ruler or folding rule.