When you’re having a rough hair day (or week), it’s never a bad move to cover it up with something loud, just to draw the attention, and ire, away. But not too loud — the Cat in the Hat hat is too loud, for reference — so why not turn to the most muted of the loud patterns: camoflauge.
Papa Nui‘s Frogskin Camo Indochine Cap has the details to both catch the eye and envelope your locks. Japanese-made from Japan-milled 9oz. herringbone twill frogskin camo, this cap will certainly be comfy with its fully-taped internal seams. The late ’40s crown and square aviator visor offer ample room for your mop, and they also cut a unique silhouette when compared to the standard military cap you tend to see. It may not be your thing, but this is the perfect cap for doing that up-turned bill thing.
Available for $100 at Self Edge, and while you’re on that product page just revel in that J. Peterman Company-esque product write up!