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What happens when you put an offbeat spin on a timeless piece of headgear? The answer, good sir, is nothing short of magic. This ball cap honors the classics with its rugged wool construction, while a tongue-in-cheek logo keeps the mood light. Whether you’re a star at weekend softball, or a suit in search of a statement piece, this versatile accessory is sure to deliver.
I can't even think of a reason I would wear a hat like this. The texture is odd (definitely feels like wool / felt) and its "old time" style doesn't read that way, it just comes off as a cap that fits way too close to your head... All together, not worth it.1
Great construction and love the design! The leather strap really ups the look. I think it's a nice cap to add to a casual outfit.4
As a big fan of caps I'm very happy with the purchase. It's a great cap and great color... I love the quality and the simplicity. Its a perfect snap back for everyday.5
I think that this cap is probably the most used piece of head wear in my closet since it arrived. I am a huge fan of the Knottery and they hit it spot on here! Classic piece and very nice material.5
I LOVE this hat! I've been looking for a cap to wear in cold weather but didn't want anything with someone logo on it. This one is flattering AND cheeky!5
I liked the hat, it was soft and well made, but it just isn't my style. I gave it to my roommate instead and she loved it.1
"What happens when you put an offbeat spin on a timeless piece of headgear?"
You get a fancy ballcap. There's nothing wrong with it, but the group of men who wear caps doesn't overlap much with the group of men who wear statement headgear. Also, it makes me look like a single dad at Six Flags, but that's not the hat's fault.
The quality of this hat is ok, except for the super cheap 'leather' band on the back and the brim that doesn't bend or flex into a round shape. Myself and my girlfriend, who is a personal stylist in NYC for men and women, both agree the "MR." on the hat is absolutely ridiculous and somewhat embarrassing; I wouldn't be caught dead wearing this the way it was created. I cut off the lettering on the hat and will get someone to sew on a patch I have from Polo to possibly salvage this thing, but who knows.2
I can't imagine a time where I would want to go out of the house wearing this hat. Poor fit. Cheap-looking. And ... "Mr." ? It's like some awful throw-away you'd receive in a gift bag at a jack 'n' jill party. My housemates and I just laughed at it and tossed it into a donation bin. Waste of my $20 this month, for sure.1
I wasn't a fan of this hat at first, but I've received a lot of compliments this past two days on it. It has a really good quality feel about it. The brim is a little thick but the style works well with summer clothes. I really think Birchbox should've put this in a July or August box.4