A new staple in the Mossant collection, the bucket caps are iconic pieces that add the finishing touch to any look. The wide brim makes them perfect for catching shade on sunny days. The embroidered graphics and bold colors on these pieces of headwear will make it a must-have piece. If you need any help, please feel free to let us know and we will give the response to you within 24 business hours.


Q: What are bucket hats actually called?

A: There are many different names for a bucket hat, including a fisherman hat, session cap, and an Irish country hat. They are named for their shape, consisting of a soft top and a wide, floppy brim.

Q: What are bucket hats meant for?

A: The bucket hat or fishing hat is said to have been introduced around 1900. Originally made from wool felt or tweed cloth, these hats were traditionally worn by Irish farmers and fishermen as protection from the rain, because the lanolin from the unwashed (raw) wool made these hats naturally waterproof.