cap pleats C low denim
The cap pleats C low denim is the little sister of the series PLEATS wool and is based on the form of an army cap, with a twist.
The series PLEATS that started in a wool version is a growing series, meaning that every now and than a couple of new models will be launched, but already existing models will stay available.
The denim used for this in-between/ summer version is deadstock, that came from the manufacturing from my friends father. When their company focused on other materials, this was left over. It is less than 50 meters, meaning that when used up the jeans version of the Pleats denim serie wil no longer be available until I find something equally good.
The cap pleats C low denim is generally not lined and only overseamed making it even more useful for warmer temperatures( though it could be, if you prefer, lined with 100% cotton) and worked of with a cotton petersham ribbon. The pleats are stitched in place with black thread before I assimilate the model. The visor is a stiff visor and approximately 7cm long. With his architectonic pleats he stands out, but subtle, as he kept the typical army cap form. The cap pleats C low denim only comes in unbleached 100% soft dark blue denim and can be hand washed in luke warm water, after which you mold it back to shape and let it dry.
• 56 cm= S
• 58 cm= M
• 60 cm= L
• 62 cm= XL
• 64 cm= XXL
Further more you have:
• 1fA = one fits all, not bound to any size wearable by every size
Other sizes in centimeters are anything between 54cm en 64cm. In general these are custom made sizes often used for personal designs or unique pieces.
To be able to chose the right size it is important to be accurate when measuring your head, ideally you let somebody else do it.
Go to work as follows:
With the help of a soft centimeter, measure around the head, starting at the front approximately 1cm above the eyebrows towards, approximately 1cm above, the ears and over the biggest part of the back of your head( that little bump on the back of your head). Please see picture to give you an idea.
If you are not sure that you are measuring in the right way please contact me. We can set up a Skype meet, so that I can guide the measuring. A friend at your side to help would come in handy, but is not insurpurable.
Once measured you can read in the tab sizes which size you need to choose. Choose the size closest to your measured size.