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This iconic leather cap earned a place in rock & roll history. Now you can have one too. From the same Liverpool designer and friend of John Lennon, Helen Anderson. 

The cap is soft and comfortable; it is cleverly shaped to sit towards the back of the head, just as John wore his. It seems to suit everybody, regardless of age, race or gender.


100% nappa leather cap

Viscose/silk lining, in paisley design

Leather braid and two leather buttons

Made and hand-finished in John's and The Beatles' home city of Liverpool, UK
Beautiful custom presentation box included.

AVAILABLE IN 4 SIZES, Small, Medium, Large, X-Large. 

A Message From Helen about Sizing:

Hats are a bit like jackets and dresses: sizes are supposed to be universal but may vary from one manufacturer to another. We can’t guarantee you a perfect fit, but we can do our best to help.


The cap is available in 4 sizes: Small (S), Medium (M), Large (L) and Extra Large (XL). It’s an investment piece, so we encourage you also to invest 3 minutes to find the perfect fit.


Don’t just guess your size!

John Lennon’s head measured 23.5 inches. He was a size XL (big brain!). Here's how I measured it, back in 1964 - and how you can measure yours now.

Don’t panic if you don’t have a tailor’s tape measure handy. You can also use a length of string or ribbon, and then measure it against a ruler.

Place the string or tape around your head about 1/8" (3mm) above your ear, across the mid-forehead, completely circling your head. Hold the tape firmly, but not super-tightly.

I’d like you to measure your head exactly where the cap will sit. If your measurement falls between sizes, choose the next size up.

Remember: If you have big hair, you’ll probably need the next size up!


If you are in such a hurry to get hold of a cap that you don’t have time to measure your head, you could also check the size of another hat that fits: hat sizes are universal… in theory. Refer to my handy sizing chart below if you need to convert, say, a Large to an actual hat size

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