" Elmer Fudd " Hunting Hat / Lumberjack Red / Black Plaid Check Wool Winter Cap w/Ear Flaps
Time tested wool blend red and black buffalo plaid lumberjack / hunting hat will keep your head and ears warm in the coldest of temperatures. Don't lose 40% of your body heat from the top of your head, put a lid on it!
A very classic and eye-catching fashionable look for those Fall and Winter months. It features a toasty wool blend cap for all the warmth and non of the itchiness, quilted satin lining and plush faux fur dog ear style ear flaps that can be lowered to give your ears and neck protection when the snow falls and the icy wind blows.
Our exclusive brass ear/hear holes allow you to hear even when the ear flaps are lowered. And if it becomes really cold and windy, just drop the plush ear/hear flap to close the ear/hear hole for draft free warmth! Double brass snaps on the chin strap allow for a looser or tighter fit.
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A Brief History Of The "Elmer Fudd" Hat
At the turn of the 20th century, American ingenuity and the need for cold weather comfort evolved into the now famous "dog eared" baseball cap made famous by lumberjacks and outdoor adventurers of the Great Northwest. In legend and lore this Winter hat has graced the heads of legends like giant lumberjack Paul Bunyan and that wiley waskily wabbit hunting brute Elmer Fudd who wore it to good use while stalking his arch enemy Bugs Bunny in many Warner Brothers cartoons during the 40's, 50's and early 60's. This classic ear-flap hunting and logging hat married to the classic red and black
Buffalo plaid is just about as American as apple pie and iconic to the Manly Man as an axe or a pick-up truck. Buffalo plaid (red and black being the most popular) was first pioneered around 1850, and is attributed either to Hudson’s Bay Company or the Woolrich Woolen Mills (the history is a bit fuzzy about this) and is said to have been named after the herd of buffalo owned by the plaid's designer. The pattern was popular during the Westward expansion, and thereafter embraced by the logging industry in the Great Lakes region.
The Buffalo Plaid pattern was manufactured into hats, hunting coats, flannel shirts and pants. When worn together as they often were at the time, the look was called the Pennsylvania Tuxedo.
Your Fudd Hat will be shipped by USPS PRIORITY MAIL
with 2-4 working days delivery within the Continental United States.
If you chose the optional EXPRESS MAIL DELIVERY, your order will go out same day,
or next day depending on the time of day your order was placed.
We will be contacting you with the Post Office's tracking number and estimated delivery date and time.
Questions? Wilderness Woolies online or call Gerry at (909) 831-5522
Wilderness Woolies, 44332 Baldwin Lane (Box 1177), Sugarloaf, CA 92386