The Kapital Fisherman Cap is Perfect for a Cruise on the Open Seas

By: Sarah Moore - Published: • References: contextclothing & coolhunting
The Kapital Fisherman Cap is a cozy nod to the hat worn by sailors when they are navigating the treacherous high seas.

Made from heavy-duty cotton from Japan, the cap is fitted with a leather closure sure to secure it to one's head even in the windiest of weather conditions. The company named the garment after Japan's jean capital, Kojima; located on the country's coastline and home to many fisherman and sailors.

The blue and white striped head topper is loosely fitting to ensure that it securely fits over any melon without the risk of it flying off of the side of one's boat. While it is ideal for the serious sailor, it's not exactly an item made for the thrifty spender as it retails for $200. Stats for Nifty Nautical Apparel Trending: Older & Chilly
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