Gladwin Bond homburg Hat is a semi-formal hat of stiff felt, characterized by a single dent running down the center of the crown (called a "gutter crown"), a grosgrain hatband, a stiff brim shaped in a kettle curl and a bound edge brim trim. It is usually offered in dark colors, although lighter grey variations exist.
The Homburg was popularised in the 1890s by Edward VII after he visited Bad Homburg in Hesse, Germany,
Former UK Prime Minister Winston Churchill giving his 'V' sign during World War II on Downing Street, London, wearing a homburg hat with a black lounge suit
Former Afghanistan Prime Minister Mohammad Daud Khan wearing a homburg hat with a black suit 1946
Made of 100% wool
Removable side feather,
12.5cm high crown
6cm wide curved brim
Size Pre Pack: 1-Small, 2-Medium, 2-Large, and 1-Extra Large.
Sizing Info:Small - 55cm, Medium - 57cm, Large - 59cm, X-Large - 61cm,