Hat, Working, Denim - Blue

$101.00 USD


In the year 1919, blue denim work clothing was adopted by the U.S. Army to replace old brown clothing. This new attire consisted of a pullover top and five pocket pants. In 1933, mechanics, drivers, and machinists favored the one-piece denim work suit. The Daisy Mae, based on the bucket hats worn by fishermen, soon became the preferred hat with its sturdy design and wide brim.

Fits true to size.

  • Cotton Sewing Thread Construction
  • 10 oz. Unbleached Weft Denim
  • Made in Japan
  • Blue