The cable patterns on this Irish wool hat have been around for more than a century. They were first used as an additional layer of insulation against the Atlantic breezes on the sweaters worn by Irish fishermen on the Aran Islands, where they were also believed to represent the ropes used to haul in the day’s catch and to bring good luck. The cable knit is one of the most identifiable and beloved design features of Irish clothing today.
Available in Natural, Charcoal, Navy, and Kelly Green. Pair it with our matching Aran Wool Cable Knit Scarf for a complete look.