Viberg Covert Cloth Cap - Fox Brothers® 19oz Wool - Charcoal
The Viberg x Division Road Covert Cloth Cap is an adjustable, standard 6-panel baseball styled cap with an unstructured crown made from Fox Brothers® Covert Cloth, a 19 oz. 100% Pure New Worsted Wool, completed with a Horween Shell Cordovan Strap. Featured in the V&A Museum for its deep ties to historic milling processes, Covert Cloth was originally created in the early 1900’s as a military grade riding wool twill weave, providing outdoor protection for officers and gentleman alike. This particular iteration of the fabric was produced by Fox Brothers®, known for their top tier textiles used in a multitude of applications, from Saville Row tailoring to British Military garments since 1772. By sourcing fibers locally and using intensive hand-driven milling and cording processes, they produce premier quality fabrics with comfort, density, and durability all wrapped into one. Each adjustable cap strap is cut in-house from Horween Genuine Shell Cordovan®, made from a rare and small portion of fibrous muscle tissue below the hide, referred to as Shell for its finished properties and durability. Meticulously produced through numerous hand-applied processes, this rare material ends with a rich and glossy look that is prized by leather connoisseurs. To create a luxury cap made with true heritage, from the material to the Canadian craftsmanship, we kept the specifications tonal and simple with a black twill undervisor, black cotton twill sweatband, and antiqued metal hardware. With each component representative as the finest in its league, this Viberg Cap collaboration culminates as a future heirloom piece made to stand the test of time.
- Exclusive to Division Road
- Fox Brothers & Co.® Covert Coat Cloth - 19 oz.
- 100% Pure New Merino Worsted Wool
- Black Shell Cordovan Strap - Horween (USA)
- 6 Panel
- Unstructured Crown
- Antiqued Metal Clasp
- Black Twill Undervisor
- Limited Quanities
- Made in Canada
SizingAdjustable from hat sizes 6 7/8” – 7 7/8”
Founded in 1931 by Ed Viberg, the Canadian company is now in its 3rd generation of being entirely family owned and operated. Ed's son, Glen Viberg, has been on the factory floor for over 40 years, working each station and ensuring quality on every run that leaves the factory. Viberg uses traditional manufacturing methods and only the best materials sourced from around the world. There are over 200 steps of production, all performed in their Victoria, B.C. facility by skilled craftspeople.... View All Viberg Products