The Greek Fisherman's Cap originated as a workwear hat for fisherman and factory workers in the early 19th century. It quickly evolved into one of the most popular hat styles, being worn by workers, politicians, and even movie stars. It is also sometimes referred to as a Fiddler Cap after being worn by Chaim Topol in the film adaptation of Fiddler on the Roof. It was also seen worn by Marlin Brando in The Wild One making it a popular style among the greaser and rocker subcultures.
This classic cap has a ribbon detail on the peak and a braided cord detail. It is available in both wool for the cold weather and cotton for the summer weather. The interior of the cap is fully lined and has a composite leather sweatband.