The Beardcap refers to a traditional cap called “lambshed-hood” which was used in Iceland by farmers who in heavy snowstorms had to walk long distances between their own sheds or to the neighbouring farms. The cap covered both the head and neck and had only a small opening for the face. The Beardcap is a new version of the lambshed-hood and comes in two different versions, the Gentleman and the Farmer. The Farmer has a bigger mustache.
Material: Icelandic Sheep Wool
Made in Iceland by Vík Prjónsdóttir