Pork Pie Hats

The pork pie fedora has been around for at least a century. Silent film star Buster Keaton was the most famous wearer of the hat in the 1920s. Later, blues and jazz musicians, such as Lester Young, would make the pork pie a hat almost strictly identified as a jazz man’s hat. Still popular with musicians, these days a lot of people love the pork pie hat. It is classy and modern. The stingy brim look is particularly popular.

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Stetson Bingham Felt Pork Pie Hat
$125.00
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Bailey Adams Winter Pork Pie Hat
$79.00
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Bailey Telemannes Straw Pork Pie Hat
$65.00
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Bigalli Wool Stingy Pork Pie
$59.00
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Biltmore Franklin Milan Straw Pork Pie Hat
$115.00
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HattersLine Toronto Fur Felt Pork Pie Hat
$130.00
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Jacaru Swagman Cowhide Leather Hat
$86.00
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Jacaru Wallaroo Cowhide Suede Leather Hat
$86.00
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Popz Topz PLR Telescope Hat Cap
$85.00
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Stetson Cranston Wool Felt Pork Pie Hat
$55.00
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