Overall: 4.2 / 5 based on 46 reviews
36 of 46 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
You don't see this hat often -
By: Johnny28 from Maryland
nice leather hat.. warm and well made. the bill could be a bit longer to hold off the snow falling in you eyes.
Very Nice Hat -
By: CMulier from London, Ohio
I have used this hat outdoors since I got it as a gift. I love the hat. It fit well and keeps my head warm as advertised.
Lovely hat but needs a fix. -
By: Flicka54 from Chanhassen, MN
I purchased this hat for my husband for Christmas. It was a random gift that I thought he would like and yes, he loved it! Beautifully made, leather is soft and ear flaps snug and effective. However, the band on the front almost immediately curled up and is staying that way. I will likely call Orvis to see what can be done but since we're on vacation, have not had the opportunity to do so yet. Watch this space......... and Happy New Year!
Finally a classy hat -
My 64 year old husband is always covering his bald head with cheap baseball caps. I got this for Christmas and he loves it. So much better....He says it's very warm and soft. I measured the inside of one of his other caps to get his size. Worked perfectly.
Mu husband loved this gift -
This is a great hat. My husband can walk the dog and pull the ear flaps down for warmth when necessary
didn't work for me -
By: slickmick from New York, NY
The cap came as described in the catalog, but simply didn't look attractive on my head. The mistake was mine in not buying a product at your store instead.
Shearling Winter Ball Cap -
The warmest for Wisconsin winters...my husband wears the cap each day...is warm and very handsome. Quality is very good.
NIce cap ruined by cheap trim -
By: WatchfulEye from CT
I received the Orvis shearling ball cap as a gift.. This expensive and otherwise well-made cap is trimmed in cheap vinyl around the edge of the brim and the fold-down ear and neck flap. Shortly after I got the hat, the trim began to crack at the corners of the brim. And over time, the trim on the edge of the flap has shrunk and become stiff, so that the flap does not lie flat against the ears and neck when folded down and looks goofy. How much more could it possibly have cost to use a more flexible and durable trim material? Orvis used to be all about the little details like this. What happened?