Newsboy Cap - Navy S&P

£355
Size:

Features

Introducing the Herbert Johnson ready-to-wear 8-panel Newsboy Cap.

Here we bring you our distinctive Herbert Johnson design which features a sleek and streamlined profile achieved through the close stitching down of the crown to the peak.  The eight panel Newsboy cap is available in beautiful Shetland wool Tweed in a range of colour and pattern options.  This versatile vintage inspired design has a soft head-fitting, is fully lined in a sumptuous Navy quilted satin for comfort and is winter-weight and ideal for wear in the cooler seasons.

Specifics:

  • Material: 100% Shetland Wool Donegal Tweed
  • Colour: Navy Salt & Pepper
  • Style: 8-piece Newsboy
  • Features: Matching fabric covered Peak & Top-Button
  • Sweatband: Soft head-fitting
  • Interior: Navy quilted polyester satin lining, size & brand labels

This is a ready-to-wear stock item, sold as seen and ready to ship.

About

The Newsboy cap - also known as a Paperboy Cap, Newsie Cap or Bakerboy - is thus named because they were first worn in the late 1800s and early 1900s largely by newspaper sellers.  These styles have enjoyed an enduring popularity with people from all walks of life over the following decades.  The wide choice of styles and warm but breathable colourful patterned fabrics make these a versatile and highly wearable all season staple.

Ordering This Product

These products are ready and available to ship straight away.  Please contact enquiries-hj@herbert-johnson.co.uk to check our current lead time for shipping this product.

Measuring:

Place the string or tape around your head above your ear and across the mid forehead, completely circling your head. Hold the tape firmly, but not too tightly. Measure your head exactly where you want the hat to sit. Measure in centimetres. If your measurement falls between sizes, round up to the nearest size. It may help to either do this in the mirror or have someone to help for accuracy. We also offer a professional measuring service at the SWAINE London Burlington Arcade store.

Bespoke Options:

Please note – These limited edition products have already been crafted and therefore no bespoke or custom adjustments are available.  

Embossing:

NB – These limited edition products have already been crafted and therefore no custom embossing/embroidery options are available on these products.

Our Materials:

We work closely with our makers and suppliers in choosing only the highest quality materials and craftsmanship available.

A note on Lead Times for our handcrafted hats:

    • Lead Times are variable depending on our current volume of new orders being received and our handcrafters current commitments.
    • Please note that our handcrafters fulfil orders on a first come first served basis
    • When new orders are received at our Workshops, they are entered into our making schedule in the next available position in the queue.
    • The wait time for our handcrafted caps is normally between 2-8 weeks but please be aware that this can be subject to change and is relative to seasonal demands for our London workshop and production scheduling.
    • The wait time for our custom bespoke orders may be longer depending on what materials and supplies may need to be specially ordered in to fulfil the order.
    • If you would like to inquire about the current expected lead time for your cap order, please contact our enquiries team via enquiries@swaine-adeney-brigg.co.uk.
    • If you are hoping to order your hat for a particular event, please ensure you place your order in plenty of time prior to your deadline. Please inform our cap-making workshop via our enquiries team if your order is time sensitive and we will do our best to accommodate you.
    • Some products from our Paratus Collection, may already be crafted and ready to ship to order with short expected lead times.  Please contact us for further information as required.

      Postage & Packaging:

        • Our cap products are carefully placed inside protective cloth covers and packaged in slim cardboard postal boxes for dispatch internationally.
        • We ship worldwide.
        • We calculate delivery costs based on the weight of each product and country to which the item is to be posted.
        • Postage costs may be included in the purchase price for some items.

        Prices & VAT:

        • All prices shown on our website are inclusive of UK VAT.
        • If you are ordering from outside of the UK please expect your local customs office to charge Duty and Tax at the applicable rate for your country.

        Wool Cap Care:

        This is a wool product and thus only care instructions for the treatment of wool should be followed. We recommend that you store your cap somewhere dry placed peak side down. For longer periods of storage, we recommend keeping your wool cap in a hat box including some form of moth-repellent. We recommend against brushing your hat as this can cause pilling of the wool fabric. A soft cloth can be used to gently remove any dust or minor particles from the fabric. We advise against allowing your wool cap to become wet as the fabric may be vulnerable to shrinkage. For more advanced cleaning needs we recommend dry-cleaning only or contacting your hatters for more in-depth advice and refurbishment services.

        For this product from our ready-to wear Paratus Collection, please follow the following sizing advice...

        Place the string or tape around your head above your ear and across the mid forehead, completely circling your head. Hold the tape firmly, but not too tightly. Measure your head exactly where you want the hat to sit. Measure in centimetres. If your measurement falls between sizes, round up to the nearest centimetre. It may help to either do this in the mirror or have someone to help for accuracy.

        We also offer a professional measuring service at the SWAINE London Burlington Arcade store.

        Please note – These limited edition products have already been crafted and therefore no bespoke or custom adjustments are available.  

        We work closely with our makers and suppliers in choosing only the highest quality materials and craftsmanship available.

        Please be aware that as these these limited edition products have already been crafted and therefore no custom embossing options are available on these products.

        Hat Care Advice For Tweeds & Wool

        This is a wool product and thus only care instructions for the treatment of wool should be followed. We recommend that you store your cap somewhere dry placed peak side down. For longer periods of storage, we recommend keeping your wool cap in a hat box including some form of moth-repellent. We recommend against brushing your hat as this can cause pilling of the wool fabric. A soft cloth can be used to gently remove any dust or minor particles from the fabric. We advise against allowing your wool cap to become wet as the fabric may be vulnerable to shrinkage. For more advanced cleaning needs we recommend dry-cleaning only or contacting your hatters for more in-depth advice and refurbishment services.

        Leather Care:

        When not in use, store your leather product somewhere cool, dry and out of direct sunlight.  We recommend using a soft lint free cloth to clean any minor dust or dirt from the surface of the leather.  Try using a damp baby-wipe for any more stubborn marks but take care not to overwork it or rub too hard.  Leather feed is available in store or via the Swaine Adeney website www.swaine.london.  The specialist swaine Adeney leatherworkers also offer a professional care & repair service in store and via their website.

        Hat Care Advice For Panamas

        Care: Store your hat somewhere cool & dry, preferably in a hat box. We recommend using a hat jack to help retain the hats shape.  Do not stack with other hats.  If your hat gets wet, leave it to dry naturally. In the case of any damage or loss of shape sustained by mishandling, then please contact your hatter for help & advice.

        Cleaning: Dirt or marks should first be cleaned with a dry, soft, lint-free cloth to prevent catching or snagging.  If any marks persist, try cleaning with a moist baby-wipe or mild soap and water.  Care should be taken not to rub too hard.  The use of any cleaning detergents are not recommended.

        Hat Care Advice For Fur Felts

        Care: Store your hat somewhere cool & dry, preferably in a hat box. We recommend using a hat jack to help retain the hats shape.  Do not stack with other hats.  If your hat gets wet, leave it to dry naturally. In the case of any damage or loss of shape sustained by mishandling, then please contact your hatter for help & advice.

        Cleaning: Dirt or marks should first be cleaned with a dry, soft, lint-free cloth to prevent catching or snagging.  If any marks persist, try cleaning with a moist baby-wipe or mild soap and water.  Care should be taken not to rub too hard.  The use of any cleaning detergents are not recommended.

        Care Advice For Linen

        For Linen products, only care instructions for the treatment of Linen should be followed. We recommend that you store your cap somewhere dry placed peak side down. For longer periods of storage, we recommend keeping your Linen cap in a hat box including some form of moth-repellent. We recommend against brushing your hat as this can cause pilling of the fabric. A soft clean cloth can be used to gently remove any dust or minor particles from the fabric. Linen fabric can be vulnerable to creasing which can be treated with a gentle steam and manipulation of the fabric by hand.  We recommend against direct contact or pressing with an iron. For more advanced cleaning needs we recommend dry-cleaning only or contacting your hatters for more in-depth advice and refurbishment services.

        These products are ready and available to ship straight away.  Please contact enquiries-hj@herbert-johnson.co.uk to check our current lead time for shipping this product.

        • Lead times are variable depending on our current volume of new orders being received at our hatting workshop.
        • Some products from our Paratus Hat Collection, may already be crafted and ready to ship to order with short expected lead times.  Please contact us for further information as required.
        • Please note that our team fulfil orders ASAP on a first come first served basis.
        • The wait time for processing our Paratus Collection product orders is normally between 7-14 days but please be aware that this can be subject to change.
        • If you would like to enquire about the current expected lead time for your order, please contact the hatting workshop directly via enquiries-hj@herbert-johnson.co.uk
        • If you are hoping to order your hat for a particular event, please ensure you make your order in plenty of time prior to your deadline.  Please inform our hatting workshop directly if your order is time sensitive and we will do our best to accommodate you.
        • Our hats are carefully packaged in simple white hat boxes within a cardboard postal boxes for dispatch internationally.
        • Caps will be carefully packaged in a high quality gift box within a cardboard postal box.
        • Accessories items will be packaged in double layer shipping boxes.
        • We ship worldwide.
        • We calculate delivery costs based on the weight of each product and country to which the item is to be posted.
        • Postage costs may be included in the purchase price for some items.

        If you'd like to confirm stock of an item before ordering please email enquires@swaine.group.

        Delivery costs are calculated on the weight of each product and country. We are pleased to provide a worldwide delivery service with DHL.

        All prices shown on our website are with UK VAT.

        If you are ordering from outside of the UK please expect your local customs office to charge Duty and Tax at the applicable rate for your country.

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