Called Dun na nGall by Gaelic speakers, the northwestern Irish city of Donegal has been known for its high-quality woolen tweeds for generations. This handsome hat, with a removable pheasant feather tucked into its band, harkens back to Donegal's textile heyday, when weavers working at bench looms were known to make as many as 30 yards of tweed in a single day. Each unique hat is made from a patchwork of traditional herringbone and houndstooth wool tweed. Patterns vary.
Handmade in Donegal, Ireland. 100% wool with polyester lining and cotton sweatband. Men’s sizes S, M, L, XL.
In 1924 David Hanna Sr. started a small tailoring firm in Donegal, where he eventually decided to specialize in the making of handcrafted hats and caps. The very first ''Hanna Hat'' was created in 1964 and it took four and a half hours to complete. Hanna's vintage patchwork cap is one of the most unique of the company's designs. Each is a one-of-a-kind combination of tweed patterns and blends of color, guaranteed to complement virtually everything in your wardrobe. The wool is naturally moisture-repellent as well, and perfect for all kinds of weather.
In the shadow of the Bluestack Mountains in
northwestern Ireland, the town of Donegal has been renowned for its handwoven wool tweed for generations. A skilled weaver, working at a bench loom, could make up to 30 yards of fabric ...
Weather-resistant and extremely durable, Donegal wool tweed has
long been one of the world's highest quality fabrics and a symbol of the Irish county where it is made. A patchwork of herringbone- and houndstooth-patterned Donegal tweed reflects the area's quilting ...