Driver's Shearling Trapper Cap$ 728
- Product Notes
Driver's Reversible Shearling Trapper Hat is handmade using in the highest quality black Merino sheepskin. The ear flaps can be worn up or down using the suede toggle closure and the hat is a fully reversible wonder to be worn outside in and inside out as the mood strikes.
Created in collaboration with The Rake Magazine, this is a version of a Trapper hat made in celebration of The ICE International Concours of Elegance in St Moritz. To be worn driving on frozen lakes, après-ski and post-Cresta Run. Especially recommended for winter-sun convertible car rides.
One size hat
Hand Made in Great Britain
Merino Shearling sheepskin
- Size Notes
Mister Miller's Hat Sizing Instructions:
Find a tape measure
Put it around your head just above your ears
Measure in centimetres or inches
Check out the size chart below for your size
SMALL MEDIUM LARGE X-LARGE Centimetres 55.5 57 59 61 Inches 21 22 23 24
- Materials and Care Notes
Made in Great Britain
Mister Miller uses the noblest materials. Like all of life’s good things – your cap will live long with love.
Harris Tweeds & Cashmeres, Merino Lambswool & Mohair:
Brush your cap using a bristle hat brush. Using steam from a household kettle, brush to fend off any dust and revive the grain. Shake off any rainwater and allow your cap to dry at room temperature. Avoid drying on radiators as this can cause shrinkage. Exercise delicacy when brushing cashmere and lambswool to maintain the material’s smooth texture. Always follow the grain if (gently) brushing mohair: like with cats, never rub the wrong way.
Linen & Cotton, Denim & Corduroy:
Protect your summer cap from sand, suncream, sea and Sangria when not in use.
- Delivery & returns
If your style and size are ready and made, the product will be dispatched in 5-7 working days.
Made to order caps may take up to 4 weeks for shipping confirmation.
We very much hope that you'll enjoy your purchases. Should you need to return an item, we'll happily collect it from your home or office free of charge.
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Mister Miller has been making hats for over 30 years: what started as a stint of work experience at the tender age of 14 went on to become a skill he learned to master and enjoy.
Miller remembers helping his father work from home making clothes. “The bobbin was winding side to side, super fast on a lovely old vintage Singer sewing machine, I was 12 years old and that was when it all started. It would be blouses, skirts, ski-pants (I know) … but I do remember making my first hat.
It was a promotion for Tour de France and Michelin tyres, cycling caps.”
He was introduced to the hatting tradition in the heart of Luton. Long established as the leading hat making town of the UK, it was peppered with factories that had sprung up as far back as the 16th century. In 1571, Parliament sought to save the domestic wool industry and passed a law forcing all males to wear a wool cap on Sundays and holidays, with law breakers facing a 3 farthing fine. While the law was repealed 26 years later, it had become a tradition and people had grown fond of wearing woollen hats. It can be said that the law gave birth to the flat cap.
He worked closely with the in-house designers becoming a supervisor and an integral member of the design team. Miller particularly enjoyed working with the cool Misa Harada; her unique style championed by Thierry Mugler, Yohji Yamamoto, and her work exhibited at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum.
Mister Miller hand makes every one of his caps in Britain using the noblest materials from leading weavers of wools, cashmeres and Harris tweeds.
During the warmer months, these give way to washed linen, seersucker, cotton and selvedge denim promising cool shady heads.
Rooted in tradition and peppered with contemporary accents, everything about the product is conceived to transcend time: the luxurious materials are paired with contrasting peaks made of aged leather, tonal variations, pops of colour and tartan wools. The branding is quietly suggested on the inside of the hats leaving the focus on the wearer and their style.