Daisy Mae denim hat by TCB. Made in raw denim with white contrast stitching.
It was first introduce by the US Army as uniform for the CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps) that operated from 1933 to 1942 in the U.S. as part of the New Deal for the unemployed, and later used during WWII as the barracks working denim outfit.
They will shrink with wear & washing, though can be stretched out to size when damp.
The most popular style offered from Edwin, the ED-55 has a modern tapered shape. Made from 14oz red listed selvedge denim, these jeans offer a classic quality construction. These jeans...
Based on the original 1930s design, the Bill Kelso Capeskin Cossack. These jackets were extremely popular sporting jackets an usually made from lighter leather such as kid skin nubucks and cape skins and were worn...