The U.S Navy watch cap was issued from the 1930's through to the 50's, though a similar hat is still offer to this day. The unique construction and weave of the cap makes it extremely comfortable to wear, and the tightly woven worsted wool soft against the skin. Issued to every sailor to ward off the extreme cold aboard ship, the watch cap takes it's name from being worn in the exposed and lonely positions of the 'watch'.
Made to the exact pattern as originals, in the same narrowly woven worsted wool, this caps a perfect replicas of a timeless cap, right down to the quatermaster Naval Clothing Factory label for; Name and Service No.
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