men’s headgear 
Elongated brimless headgear with a soft flexible crown; it is worn over the brow and takes the shape of the head.
Soft headgear from the end of the 19th and the early 20th century; it is made from woven jipijapa leaves and has a dented crown circled with a ribbon.
Brimless, somewhat soft headgear that appeared at the end of the 19th century; it has a peak and a flat crown.
Fur hat that is native to Poland; it has ear flaps that can be turned up and tied on top of the head.
Thick soft cap with a peak and ear flaps, which give protection against the cold.
Part that juts out over the eyes to protect them.
Flap that covers the nape of the neck and the ears to keep them warm; it can be turned up and held in place on top of the head.
Stiff silk headgear with a high cylindrical crown circled with a ribbon and a narrow brim that is turned up at the sides; it was worn toward the end of the 18th century.