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Goorin Hats was founded in 1895 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania by artisan hat maker Cassel Goorin, and renamed Goorin Bros. in 1921 by his sons, Alfred and Ted. Goorin Bros. hats has been creating innovative shapes and styles with an eye toward customer care for more than a century. As the company expanded outward to the West Coast with a shop in San Francisco, Goorin Bros. became a nationwide name in fashionable, sporty, and exciting hats and caps inspired by the needs of the wearer. Goorin Bros. was the official headwear for the VIII Olympic Winter Games and has opened over 30 shops in the U.S. and Canada, providing family owned and operated service in some of the biggest cities in North America. The fourth generation owner carries on the family legacy and has returned Goorin Bros. to its roots by focusing small, intimate shops with styles catering to the wants and needs of the customers. Goorin Bros. hats feature trendy street style combined with classic details in everything from cattleman hats and fedoras, to baseball caps and duckbill caps, to allow any wearer to express their individual style.