You’re just as likely to see a Kangol hat atop the head of an octogenarian as you are a modern-day hipster – and that’s the beauty of the Kangol brand. The Kangol name was created in 1938, believed to be a blend of “k” for “knitting,” “ang” for “angora” and “ol” for wool. Kangol berets were worn by the British army in World War I, and Kangols were later endorsed in the ‘60s by The Beatles. The timeless designs of Kangol’s hats, beanies, berets, baseball caps and trilby hats cross all lines of age and style, attracting celebrities and consumers ... Learn more about Kangol across all walks of life. Iconic, stylish and high quality, Kangol’s hats, 504s, caps and berets effortlessly blend Kangol’s British heritage with a retro hip-hop vibe, and the variety of Kangol colors, styles and shapes suit any lifestyle. ... Less
Reviewed by Forest Dweller from Southern Indiana on Friday, June 5, 2015
I ordered this hat in a medium, because that's the size I normally wear. It was way too big, so had to return it for a small. The small is still a little big, but wearable. I got mine in green, and it is really cute to wear in the sunshine.
Reviewed by Camino Woman from Canada on Sunday, May 3, 2015
Love these hats -- I bought two.. They look and feel great and oh so stylish. I've received lots of compliments. I ordered size medium and thought it might be too big when I initially tried it on. However, it was fine when I wore it. I would say the medium is a little generous; but I think the small would be too small.
Reviewed by Redwildflowers from Las Vegas on Tuesday, April 28, 2015
I would have given this hat 5 stars but the fit is different in the two hats I purchased. I ordered a large in the tan and red. The tan was a little loose and the red was a tad tight. Other than that, the hats are gorgeous. I'm a huge fan of hats but was a bit hesitant to purchase a hat made from corn. Corn? I decided, what the heck, and I'm so glad I ordered them. The hat is a very classy version of a ball cap albeit a shorter bib. It's formal enough to wear to a polo match and casual enough to wear with your favorite boyfriend jeans.