Scarves, Hats & Gloves - Pro-Idee Fashion Classics
Rain Wool Hat and Scarf
Hat and scarf made of warm wool – wearable even in rainy weather. Made of water-repellent “rain wool”.
Warm, windproof, water-repellent: The luxury version of felted wool hats. Made by Bollmann Hat Company.
Bailey Paper Hat
Light as straw, but more flexible. And much more hard-wearing. The rare paper hat by Bailey of Hollywood.
Flat Linen Cap
Keep a cool head thanks to pure, unlined linen. Flat cap by Herman Headwear.
Saint James Docker Hat
On-trend: The docker hat. The original by Saint James, specialists in the maritime look.
Filson Mackinaw Hat
Warmer and more water-repellent than most functional hats. Pure virgin wool and real lambskin. By Filson, USA.
Kangol® 8-piece cord cap
One of the few among stylish cord caps with a truly perfect fit. In the complex 8-part cut by Kangol®.
Rediscovered: The winter headgear worn by the elite of the US air force.
Kangol® Ear flaps-flat cap
The current trend: Flat caps. This is the Kangol®-Original from 1954. With fold-out neck and ear flaps.
Natural evaporation ensures a cool head.
Camel Hair Hat or Scarf
Wonderfully soft and warm. Also ideal for sensitive skin. Hat and scarf made of fine camel hair.
Herman rain hat waxed cotton
Pure cotton, still absolutely weatherproof. Water and windproof due to special micro-wax, but still breathable.
Pleasantly soft, but nevertheless resilient. Fashionably colour blocked. Still “Made in Ireland”.
alpi Doubleface Scarf
Two colours, endless combinations. Fashionably trendy. Classier than standard cotton scarves.
Shapka – the classic accustomed to a severely cold climate. Warm and distinctively stylish. By Stetson.
Johnstons Rainbow Scarf
One coloured scarf - countless combinations. In superfine merino wool – soft, light and warm.
Mayser Hat Fedora
You can crush this hat – and it will still remain in perfect shape.
At last a cap that resists both wind and moisture. Made from warm, breathable softshell.
Fashionable scarf in 10 colours which will go with everything.
The original Panama hat. Plaited by hand in Ecuador.
A rarity: The Balaclava made of soft and cuddly polar fleece.