Standard Issue Watch Caps

Standard Issue Watch Caps




Autumn is almost here and when it lands we always want to be equipped with the best items to keep you warm and dry. Whether you’re on the terraces, walking the dog or running to the bus with bags full of shopping, we’ve got you covered. This year, we’ve got a nice selection of our best selling hats in stock in some ace colours. We are also introducing this new style, so welcome one and all to the Standard-Issue Watch Caps.

These beauties are made in the Midlands by Stuart and his team of lovely knitters. They have been making our hats since day one and they are as good now as they were back in the day. The hats are manufactured from a beautiful blend of British wool and alpaca and this helps to create a hat that’s rugged, soft and exceptionally warm. As if that wasn’t enough, the caps have a lovely turn up that you can double over to look like Marvin Gaye if you want to. The hats are embroidered with a ‘T’ by our friend Susan and her team in Darwen.

What makes our caps unique is the TRiCKETT top, which helps to shape the hat to your head, rather than having a big lump at the top which makes you look like you are smuggling a Kinder egg under your hat. The caps are available in 5 very TRiCKETT shades and are guaranteed to satisfy even the most particular of hat wearers. So don’t dilly dally, get one of these for your lovely head or as a gift for someone you like.

Made in the UK.

All orders are packed by us, sent via our local Post Office and processed by our long-time friend Shafiq.

Customers have 14 days from the day they receive their parcel to return it back to us. To be refundable, all products must be completely unworn and unwashed, and must be returned in their original condition. All international orders are final, no refunds, exchanges or credit notes.

You can read the full delivery and returns information here

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