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.
US Army ‘PW’ Denim Cap Manufactured from a 'slub yarn' creating an 11 ounce denim that is produced on original US shuttle looms. Subdued wash for true vintage patina, with...
Used by ground crew of the US Army Air Forces, the A-3 was modelled on the traditional sports 'Ball Cap' and became trademark headwear of a US airbase serviceman. •100%...