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Welcome! Explore our extensive hat collection where you'll find a diverse range of styles from top brands such as Stetson, Brixton, Kangol, Coal, and more. Our hat models range from Fedora and Trilby to straw hats and Pork pie hats. A hat is an obvious choice for anyone seeking headwear with tradition and style. Our hats are crafted with high-quality materials and thoughtful fabric choices, ensuring both durability and comfort. Whether you prefer hats with feathers, broad brims, or narrow brims, we have something to suit your personal taste and style. 

Many of our hat brands carry a genuine history that spans over a century, adding a touch of authenticity to your wardrobe. This rich tradition has contributed to the exceptional quality of our hats, providing you with a unique and timeless accessory. With a broad selection to choose from, Hatstore offers hat enthusiasts a wide range of options. We raise our hats to you and welcome you to find the perfect hat that suits you perfectly!

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Hat history

The history of hats is as old as human civilization itself. Since ancient times, hats have been worn for various reasons - from practical purposes like protection from the elements, to ceremonial reasons, and as a status symbol.

The earliest evidence of hats dates back to around 3200 BC. A painting discovered in a tomb depicted a man wearing a straw hat. In ancient Egypt, hats were worn by pharaohs as a symbol of their status and power.

In ancient Greece and Rome, hats were less common, but they were still used for practical reasons. Travelers, workmen, and slaves often wore simple caps or hats to protect themselves from the sun.

During the Middle Ages, hats became more than just practical items. They started to be used as a way to indicate social status and profession. The higher the hat, the higher the social rank.

In the Renaissance period, hats became a fashion statement. They were decorated with feathers, jewels, and other adornments. The wealthy would often have hats made to match their outfits.

In the 20th century, hats continued to evolve with fashion trends. Today, hats are worn for a variety of reasons - for fashion, for practicality, and for cultural or personal expression. They continue to be a significant part of our wardrobe, reflecting our style, personality, and history.