SHELBY - Workwear WAXED COTTON Newsboy Cap
SHELBY - Workwear WAXED COTTON Newsboy Cap
SHELBY - Workwear WAXED COTTON Newsboy Cap
SHELBY - Workwear WAXED COTTON Newsboy Cap
SHELBY - Workwear WAXED COTTON Newsboy Cap
SHELBY - Workwear WAXED COTTON Newsboy Cap
SHELBY - Workwear WAXED COTTON Newsboy Cap
SHELBY - Workwear WAXED COTTON Newsboy Cap
SHELBY - Workwear WAXED COTTON Newsboy Cap
SHELBY - Workwear WAXED COTTON Newsboy Cap
SHELBY - Workwear WAXED COTTON Newsboy Cap
SHELBY - Workwear WAXED COTTON Newsboy Cap
SHELBY - Workwear WAXED COTTON Newsboy Cap
SHELBY - Workwear WAXED COTTON Newsboy Cap
SHELBY - Workwear WAXED COTTON Newsboy Cap
SHELBY - Workwear WAXED COTTON Newsboy Cap
SHELBY - Workwear WAXED COTTON Newsboy Cap
SHELBY - Workwear WAXED COTTON Newsboy Cap

SHELBY - Workwear WAXED COTTON Newsboy Cap

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  • Narrower crown than in Peaky Blinders model
  • Shape memory sewn down visor 5cm len.
  • Crown's diameter ca. 22cm
  • Lining: cotton
  • Sweatband: cotton
  • Fabric: waxed cotton

A vintage style, Peaky Blinders cap, made of high quality 100% waxed cotton. This model of cap is inspired by the English gang Peaky Blinders. The visor with shape memory is sewn down to the large 8 panels crown with a diameter of ca. 25cm. On the top of the crown there is a small decorative button. Cap is lined with viscose and has a natural leather sweatband inside.

Members of Peaky Blinders gang wore very similar caps, at the end of the 19th century, in Birmingham. After John Douglas's novel, A Walk Down Summer Lane, arised a myth about razor blades hidden between visor and crown of their caps. Those sharp razor blades were supposed to be used as a weapon, causing wounds or blindness of their victims.