Coal Headwear is crafted for adventure seekers and dedicated to making headwear more than an accessory.
||6 7/8 – 7|
||7 1/8 – 7 1/4||57cm – 58.5cm|
||7 3/8 – 7 1/2||59cm – 60.5cm|
|Ultra Low||Coal's shallowest cap fit. Perfect for people who wear small to medium size hats. Designed to sit above the ears and fit shallower than Low Profile caps. Set at 58cm out of the box it can be adjusted smaller or larger.|
|Low Profile||A perfect shallow cap profile, this fit is great for people who wear small to medium size hats. It's also a prime choice for those who prefer a cap to sit above the ears. The adjustable styles start at 58cm, and can be sized smaller and larger.|
|Mid Crown||Coal's mid crown is all about being right in the middle, not too deep, not too shallow. This fit allows for a little more space between your head and the top of the hat if you want to sit it up off your head, or sits nicely at the ear if you pull it down snug. The starting size is 58.5cm, and can be sized smaller and larger.|
|Roomy||Their most accommodating silhouette, this fit is ideal for those with large and extra-large hat sizes. It is also an excellent choice for people who enjoy a bigger looking crown shape. The starting size is 59.5cm, and can be sized smaller and larger.|
|Trucker||The hallmark of a trucker cap is the mesh sides and back panels. Truckers come in all shapes and profiles, but the thing that they all have in common is the wonderfully breathable mesh.|
|5 Panel||As the name suggest these caps are constructed out of 5 pieces of fabric. Formed from two curved side pieces, two upper panels and one arched front, the signature of a 5 panel cap are to have a low profile when worn and a rounded crown that hugs the shape of the head.|
|7 Panel||Coal's 7 panel is built off a low profile pattern, but unlike its 6 paneled - dad hat cousins - it has a 7th panel across the lower front. The front panel is a perfect surface for the signatures Coal patches.|
Made of 5 or 6-pizza slice shaped wedges of fabric, these caps features a rounded silhouette, and are unstructured for easy, comfortable wearing.
The vintage fit has a slightly square shape. These styles are offered as unstructured caps or with mesh inserts at the front. Maybe as a kid you thought the mesh was a make shift sunglasses, or a clever way to keep bugs out if your eyes. Coal employ the mesh as an old-school front panel backing, giving soft shape, without the rigid feel of other backing materials.
Coal's athletic has a tall front crown, with a slightly rounded yet squared off front profile. The front panel is backed in sturdy material, which gives the cap its crisp shape.
|Low Profile||The shortest fitting beanie profile, this fit is great for people who wear small to medium sizes. Ideal for those who prefer a beanie that is the perfect length to just cover the ears, closely hugging the top of the head.|
|Mid Length||The mid length fit is the happy medium between low profile and the tall Uniform beanies. These beanies have a little extra room at the top for extra style points and coziness.|
|Tall||The tallest of 'em all, these beanies have the most extra length past the cranium when worn. Squish it down or wear it high and proud.|
|Slouchy||Easy fitting and slightly roomy, the slouchy beanies have a relaxed fit and a gentle drape at the top.|
Full Brims Hats
The full brim styles have full 360° coverage. Fedoras, Boonie and bucket hats are a just a few examples of styles that incorporate the full brim feature, creating shade or dramatic styling.
Full Brim Style Definitions