Hills Hats - Clevedon Cord Paper Boy, the good tonic, Whakatne
$75.00

Hills Hats - Clevedon Cord Paper Boy

Hills Hats

Size Large
Color Black

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The Hill Hats Clevedon Cord Paperboy Cap is a full 8 panelled cap in a chunky cord with an additional back band for extra depth and comfort, lined in cotton, similar to the caddy cap but with a slightly longer curved peak. This vintage style cap has been brought back from the early 1900’s, like Thomas Shelby from Peaky Blinders and become a very popular style.

 The Hills Hat story begins in 1875 when Englishman Chas Hill opened Hill and Sons, Men’s Hatters on Wellington’s Lambton Quay.

Today we continue to enhance the business established by the adventurous Chas over 140-years-ago. But now it’s we who supply high-end hat specialists around the world.

We love hats. With our solid tradition, our design and engineering expertise, the best hats around are designed and made here – since 1875.

Complimentary shipping on orders over $100 is only available for New Zealand mainland addresses.

Not as you were expecting?

We hope that you are happy with your purchase from us but understand if you need to return your items. We can offer a refund on items returned in an unworn condition with the tags intact within 21 days of delivery for full-priced items and within 7 days of delivery for sale or discounted items. Any items received in a non-sellable condition will not be accepted.

See the full info here

Free Shipping on all orders over $100

Complimentary shipping on orders over $100 is only available for New Zealand mainland addresses.

Free returns

Not as you were expecting?

We hope that you are happy with your purchase from us but understand if you need to return your items. We can offer a refund on items returned in an unworn condition with the tags intact within 21 days of delivery for full-priced items and within 7 days of delivery for sale or discounted items. Any items received in a non-sellable condition will not be accepted.

See the full info here