I love the hat!!! We’re hoping to go to Yosemite this winter or to Lake Tahoe so I can wear it. Of course we will be in New York again so I hope I can wear it there as well. Would love to get up to Canada too!
Hope you have a good season!
PS if you get to LA give me a shout!
Dear Lynn and CrownCap,
Bravo ! Fabulous ! Stunning ! Amazing ! Wow !
Received my furry treasure this morning and it is much more than I was expecting. Gorgeous colour, beautiful feel, perfect fit, precisely the look and quality I had imagined but never really expected to see. What a true delight!
I will certainly sing your team’s praises high, long and loud to anyone and everyone that asks, comments or even looks at my ushanka with even passing interest. In case I was unclear, many, many, many thanks.
I loved my Crown Cap hat every moment I was wearing it.
Miles and Shaffer LLT.
as published in the Winnipeg Free Press, May 25, 2008 / photo by Bill Redekop.
Kelsey and John Beasley are pictured with their border collies and herd of Angus cattle, near Boggy Creek, Manitoba, Canada. Bill is wearing a “Dry Ice” – by Crowncap, Railroad Cap. Very Cool!
I am a retired Art teacher from Saint John, NB, and now devote myself full time to painting. For at least fifteen years I have been wearing one of your products. Up until a few years ago it was always a six segment tweed or cloth cap but more recently I’ve been wearing one of your beanies.On an annual basis I treat myself to a new one – usually from Sears in Saint John – and wear it continually from the end of September through to May. I even wear it as I paint. Mick Jagger saw me in it two years ago when my wife and I saw the Rolling Stones perform on the Halifax Common in Nova Scotia during the tail end of a hurricane that had worked up the eastern seaboard. Suffice to say – other than the summer months – it is with me constantly. I am a fan. Although I’ve been wearing my beanies during the past three or four winters your caps have an advantage in that they have a lining. Have you ever considered producing a beanie – perhaps in tweed – with a lining. For a man with little hair it would allow me to keep my head a little warmer at the same time as wearing my favourite head gear. If your looking for a guinnea pig – I’m your man. I take a “large” in a cap and an”M/L” in a beanie. Unlike other guinnea pigs I’d obviously pay for the experiment.
Yours Paul Mathieson.