This Adam Hats Trilby will be the go-to hat in your wardrobe.
Adam Hats Trilby Details
- Tweed trilby in brown and gray tweed.
- Matching hatband sports the Adam label.
- Jaunty pheasant feather.
- Blue pinstripe lining.
What is a Trilby?
Most people have heard the term fedora as a style of hat but fewer know it’s sibling, the Trilby. Very similar to a fedora in shape, the Trilby has a narrower brim in the front with an upturned brim in the back. Trilbies are also sportier made in a variety of patterned wool felt including plaid, checks, and tweeds. Fedoras have a wider brim all around the crown with no upturn. Fedora’s are also usually plain wool, beaver, or fabric.
About Adams Hats
Adam Hats Corporation was an American manufacturer and retailer. It was founded in 1924 by Elias Lustig and expanded until it eventually operated between 87 and 97 retail stores across the United States. Adam Hats manufactured and sold a variety of budget-priced hats, including the fedora, and pork pie hat. In late spring of each year, Adam Hats promoted straw hats for the summer. n 1955, Miller Brothers purchased the the company. Miller Brothers was based in Dallas, Texas, where an old Adam Hats facility has been re-developed into residential property, still called the Adam Hats lofts.
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