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- Even a 'Bad Boy' can look good in a dapper fedora like this one.
- Made from fine wool felt.
- Grosgrain band with brand pin detail.
- Satin lining.
- 22 1/2" circumference.
- Circumference: 22 1⁄2 in
- Product measurements were taken using size MD (7 1/8). Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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A hair before the turn of the century, Cassel Goorin, a consummate hatmaker, peddled fedoras, top hats, derbies, and the like off a horse cart in the streets of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. As a result of Cassel´s artistry and craftsmanship, he incorporated a company that has passed the tradition of hatmaking from one brother to another. That company is Goorin Bros. - bold hatmakers since 1895.
The legacy born out of Cassel's keen attention to detail flourishes in three current hat lines: Goorin Core, Cassel Goorin, and 1333 Minna. Located in San Francisco, Goorin Bros. creates a kaleidoscope of hats for those who are above ephemeral trends. Goorin Bros. hats are suited for those who harbor a passion for tradition and authenticity. Goorin coined the term 'The New Royal Class' to refer to the unique collective of people who carve their own distinct, creative path. The discerning Goorin hat wearer is part and parcel of 'The New Royal Class'.
For those who accessorize to the beat of their own drum, Goorin Brothers hats, Goorin Brothers scarves, and Goorin Brothers bags add a distinct modern-meets-retro sensibility to casual to dressy ensembles. There's no right or wrong, just what looks and feels good. The Goorin brand is synonymous with effortless style that isn't at the mercy of fast and fleeting trends. This is at the heart of every Goorin Bros. design.
Ingenuity and artistry emanate from all Goorin Brothers hats. Modernity and tradition entwine and shine. Personify your original spirit in a Goorin Core cadet, Cassel Goorin fedora, or a 1333 Minna duck bill. Hat wearers are style innovators-what are you waiting for?
Goorin Brothers Bad Boy
Average rating is 4 out of 5 from a total of 10 reviews.
Top Positive Review
3 people found this review helpful.Read more » « Show less December 28, 2011 by Joe s
Great hat, as expected from Goorin Bro's. This hat looks better in the picture than on me. I think you need a round face to look best. Also, there are no set creases lines. Great to just throw it on. My OCD has a problem with the lack of symmetry! I have to mention Zappos continues to amaze or "Wow" me with their customer service!
- Jim B - customer
- from Atlanta, Georgia
- March 7, 2013
A little disappointing. I purchased this model as a small (7) in the store years ago and it was a wonderfully well made hat. Unfortunately, that one landed in a puddle and was run over by a car so I needed a replacement. This is not of the same quality and though it's listed as a size small, it was larger than the one I owned previously. The hat is a similar style, it bears the same item number and title so this must just be how the hats are made now.
- Anonymous - customer
- from California
- April 30, 2012
This has nice construction, material, and a decent fit, but the brim arrived nothing like advertised. The brim was basically a flat noodle and not curved up like shown in the pictures. It looked terrible for this reason, and there's no way to shape the brim due to the limpness of the felt. I was severely disappointed, and the hat was unwearable because of this.
- Anonymous - customer
- from United States
- February 13, 2012
I ordered my Bad Boy and it arrived on time. As for the hat itself I love it! It gives me the attention I crave!
- AC H - customer
- from Amesbury MA
- February 12, 2012
- Joe s - customer
- from portales, nm
- December 28, 2011