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The Watchman beanie is made exclusively for Lock Hatters by Johnstons of Elgin, the worlds' finest cashmere manufacturer. Woven from Donegal cashmere, this luxurious beanie is perfect for chilly winter mornings.
Crafted from soft yet hardy cashmere, the Tremelo eight piece cap is made for casual days. The sleek black twill headband and signature black lining complete with white Lock logo keeps things on the smart side of casual.
The Zermatt is the winter version of the classic baseball cap. The characteristic peak and rounded crown are still evident, but the cap is crafted from warm navy wool and further winter-proofed with adjustable internal ear flaps.
The grey jersey baseball cap is a great alternative to the traditional flat cap, looking supremely stylish when paired with off-duty dress. The soft jersey crown is fully lined and the black leather peak adds a further contemporary feel.
Crafted from the same wool-linen as the Gainsborough tweed cap, the Gleneagles baseball cap is perfect for those gents seeking sporty headwear style this autumn. The cap is finished with a cognac-coloured goatskin trimmed peak and sleek black Lock lining.
Handcrafted in England using time-honed techniques, the Gill cap is made from pure Scottish cashmere tweed. Town or country, the impeccably soft fabric adds luxury to any outfit. The cap is fully lined and features our signature branding.
Crafted from impeccably soft, incredibly warm fur felt, our cap is essential for chilly days. The minimal design, commonly known as the 'Ascot' gives a streamlined silhouette and is finished with our signature logo on the inside.
Woven from pure cashmere, our luxurious beanie is perfect for the city or slopes. Lightweight yet incredibly warm, wear it with the cuff up, or fold down for added ear protection. Team with the matching cashmere knitted scarf.
The Basque beret can be traced back centuries, but was popularised in the 1920s, thanks to overwhelming global demand for the modest style. Crafted from refined felted wool and partially lined, the beret features the traditional stalk and leather trim to add further reinforcement.