Founded in 2008, Cableami keeps things simple. They make headwear. Very, very nice headwear. Made in Japan. Still need to know more? Fine, we’ll indulge you just this once. Shuji Sadamori and Tomoka Sadamori named the brand after the traditional Alan Cable knitting pattern merged with the word ‘ami’ which translates to ‘knit’ in Japanese and ‘friend’ in French.
The aim of Cableami is to create long-lasting hats that get better with age and are lovingly worn by their owner for many years. Intending to develop their own fabrics and present something which is unique and contemporary, the brand utilizes classic manufacturing processes and the result is something rather nice. Told you, didn’t we?
The Rip stop Drawcord Hat channels the silhouette of the military ‘boonie’ or ‘bush hat’ with a full brim and roll-up construction. So whether you’re running recon in the local woodlands or just want a hat to keep the sun off while enjoying a couple of cold ones outdoors, Cableami has you covered.