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Types of Military Caps

Brick:
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Clue: Military cap. Military cap is a crossword puzzle clue that we have spotted over 20 times. There are related clues (shown below).

Cattleman
Cattleman

Military Hats Online Hat Store offers a wide variety of military hats, including Stetson Cavalry hats, Civil War hats, Civil War Reenacment hats, Civil War caps and kepis, Campaign hats, Army Boonie hats, Army Fatigue and Ranger caps, Civil War Insignias and Badges, and current Military Insignias, Badges and Accessories.

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Derby
Derby

Towards the late 1800's the bowler hat style was adopted by the upper class and aristocracy, finding its way into military and police uniforms in Europe. In some countries, the derby is used in military and police uniforms over 100 years later.

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Gambler
Gambler

Military Hats is Military hat store, and an affiliate of the World's largest online Men's Hat Store. We offer a variety of Military hats, caps and kepis.

Gus
Gus

Military Hats is Military hat store, and an affiliate of the World's largest online Men's Hat Store. We offer a variety of Military hats, caps and kepis.

Open Crown
Open Crown

Military Hats is Military hat store, and an affiliate of the World's largest online Men's Hat Store. We offer a variety of Military hats, caps and kepis. We have been in the hat business for over 30 years, are family owned and operated, and committed to providing our customers with quality hats and unsurpassed service.

Pinched Front
Pinched Front

Eight Quarter caps and newsboy caps are sometimes referred to as a baker boy cap, apple cap, eight panel cap, or Gatsby cap. Fedora Hat: A hat creased lengthwise down the crown and generally pinched in the front of the crown on both sides.

Tom Mix
Tom Mix

Tom Mix B-Movie Hat Tom Mix lived the cowboy way, serving as Town Marshal in Dewey, Oklahoma in 1912, and later performed in Wild West shows. Tom Mix B-Movie Hat – Tom Mix was the first cowboy star to wear outrageous outfits; and became, arguably, the first movie star earning 40,000 a week in 1925.