Berets. The beret is a round cap without a visor. It is manufactured from a range of materials, but most commonly from wool or felt, and has been worn by many social groups and workers throughout history. It probably originated in ancient Greek or Roman culture. Shepherds centuries ago wore a hat very similar to the beret.
A boater (also straw boater, basher, skimmer, cady, katie, canotier, somer, sennit hat, or in Japan, can-can hat, suruken) is a kind of summer hat worn by men, regarded as somewhat formal, and particularly popular in the late 19th century and early 20th century.
Visored Beanies are a 2-in-1, keeping one’s head warm and eyes shaded. There are a lot of designs of Beanie Hats out there but what makes them different from Visored Beanies? As the name implies, Designed Visored Beanies are Knitted Beanies that come with a visor bill.