Brand: Stormy Kromer
- CURVEBALL CAP: Thanks to an adjustable leather strap with antique brass hardware, you can find the perfect fit for this wool ballcap. Wear this around town, fishing, hunting, or hiking.
- ADDITIONAL FEATURES: The brimmed ball cap design is perfect for keeping the sun out of your face and eyes. The wool will not only keep you warm but has antimicrobial properties as well.
- DURABLE MATERIALS: Cut and sewn in the USA, this fine hat is made from 14 oz. 85/15 wool/nylon blend and is unlined with taped seams for added durability.
- OUR STORY: It all started with one cap, and a century later we’re still making products as authentically as the first one. You can’t pretend to be a legend. It’s something you earn from your customers, your commitments, and always carrying through.
- CUT AND SEWN IN THE USA: Located in Michigan, Stormy Kromer has been crafting reliable and high-quality hats for over a century. We are dedicated to superior customer service with an offered lifetime warranty for all cap products.
Details: This simple, solid wool cap in a traditional baseball shape honors George “Stormy” Kromer’s semi-pro baseball legacy. Now one size. Cut and sewn in the USA. In 1903, George “Stormy” Kromer — a semi-pro baseball player and railroad engineer — asked his wife, Ida, for a solution to the freezing prairie wind stealing his cap as he worked on his locomotive. Her solution was to hand-stitch the now-famous earband on one of Stormy’s old baseball caps. The hat stayed on. His head stayed warm. And a legend was born. Today everything, from our materials to our method, is as authentic as that first cap. Our family-run factory in the rugged and remote Upper Peninsula of Michigan has been crafting quality fabric products for three generations now. We’re proud to continue George and Ida’s legacy of innovation and style. Although our company has grown and our designs continue to evolve, some things will never change — like our commitment to quality, our neighborly customer service, and our genuine belief in the value of a really great cap.