Who says skulls don't complement a suit and tie?
Circularly sunken at the crown, the Fedora hat style originated in the late eighteen hundreds and is known for its ability to protect the wearer's head from weather. It was popularized by Great Depression-era gangsters and city-goers alike and its look is characterized by how the front of the brim points down while the back of the brim curves smoothly upward.
This suited Fedora hat is patched together using various men's outerwear fabric patterns, such as pinstripes, plaid, and herringbone material. It features a satin interior lining with a skull-and-cross-axes image printed inside the hat. The outer patches are frayed at the ends creating a vintage, ruff-edged look that suits your professionally laid-back style. Embroidery on the hat's side reveals another skull staring out from underneath the Fender logo with the words "Custom Shop, Los Angeles" underneath. Complementing each other are an embroidered arrow and an antique nickel "V" rivet that sit one on top of the other on the hat's side. The antique rivet clamps together the black band encircling the hat. You won't find a vintage style like this anywhere else, and especially not with the Fender logo on it.
Get the Fender vintage yet professional look when you order this patched Fedora today.