Tuesday, December 14, 2021

Stormy Kromer The Original Stormy Kromer Cap & The Ironwood Vest Holiday Gift Guide For Him 2021

 The Original Stormy Kromer Cap in charcoal there’s a reason this cap is legendary. The wool blend resists the elements and the 100% cotton flannel lining helps keep you warm all winter. The ingenious pull-down earband provides comfort and flexibility. The six-panel construction keeps the cap on your head, where it belongs. And our wide range of sizes guarantees a great fit. No wonder it’s lasted more than a century. 

It also comes in the colors Adirondack plaid, black, blaze orange, black/gray plaid, indigo plaid, lichen, olive, Ottawa, red, partridge plaid, and red/black plaid. It is made with 23-25 oz. 80% wool/20% nylon,  23-25 oz. 85% wool/15% nylon (Blaze Orange, Black, Olive),  50% wool/25% poly/25% nylon (Ottawa, ) 100% cotton flannel lining, Six-panel crown construction, Pulldown earband, Made in the USA with US and globally sourced materials, Dry clean only, and Lifetime Warranty.

The Ironwood Vest is in black you can also get charcoal, lichen, and navy heather. Our best-selling Outfitter Vest got a bit of a makeover. They slimmed and updated the lines by adding welt side pockets, but kept the durable wool blend and rugged metal zipper. This item is a lot like its namesake hometown - tough, laid back, and good-looking. 

It is made with 23-25 oz. 80% wool/20% nylon, antique brass metal zipper front, welt side pockets, unlined, modern cut, and made in the USA with US and globally sourced materials.

My Opinion: When I first held these products in my hands I could tell they were made rugged and handcrafted with care. I think any man would love these this Christmas as a gift to stay warm, look stylish and trendy.



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