Wear a KTZ hat you'll never get ignored. Intricately detailed with one of a kind patterns and avant-garde proportions, the London-based brand's collection is the standard when it comes to designing statement accessories. Stocking up on both its embroidered leather caps and studded alternatives will without a doubt add a streetwise edge to your everyday closet.
The KTZ Hats Buying Guide
Comprising everything from baseball caps and beanies to bucket hats and leather trapper styles, KTZ’s range of men’s hats demonstrate the raw energy and contemporary urban edge the London-based label is known for. Expect classic street-inspired silhouettes reworked with multicultural references and contrasting elements. Read on for our KTZ hats buying guide, to help you decide the best styles for you and which size to invest in.
The Most Wanted Men’s KTZ Hats
KTZ x New Era Monster Bucket Hats
KTZ teams up with New Era for a fresh take on the 90s-style bucket hat with this monster design. Made from a durable canvas, it is enlivened with a bold all-over print and a signature New Era logo at the front. The hat is finished with a wide brim and eyelets for breathability.
KTZ’s Baseball Caps
Whether it is reinterpreting New Era’s 9FORTY silhouette as part of a collaboration or updating a classic snapback with KTZ embroidery, the brand’s wide range of caps will work with everything from hoodies and T-shirts.
When it comes to keeping warm, a modern yet wearable beanie like KTZ’s is essential. Available in a wide selection of colors, prints and designs, they come with embroidered details and have a wide, folded brim for extra insulation.
How To Care For Your KTZ Hats
How you clean your hat will depend on what fabric it is made from. Your KTZ hat will come with a care label stitched into the interior, which will tell you the material and the best way to clean it.
•We would recommend always following the care instructions on the label, but most KTZ hats, including beanies and baseball caps, are dry clean only.
•Avoid machine washing, using bleach or tumble drying your hat. If it does get wet through rain, we would advise letting the hat air dry naturally. It should also be stored away from direct sunlight, as this causes some fading and discoloration.