Based in — and inspired by — NYC, Block Headwear offers up a full menu of hats for men, from trilbies and fedoras to knit beanies and baseball caps. Founded in 2000 by Cuban-born designer Ciomi McCabe, a Kangol alum with hat making in her blood (her father served as Kangol's CFO), Block uses centuries-old techniques to craft its chic, contemporary headwear. Even the name “Block” reflects the label’s respect for the past: a block is the piece of wood around which a hat is traditionally crafted. In addition to two season-specific hat collections released every year, Block Headwear also creates warm gloves and mittens, thickly knit infinity scarves, and other accessories to keep men warm and cozy during the winter months.
Fend off Old Man Winter in style with the hats and gloves on offer in this sale. Keep your ears warm and your outfit in check with classic beanies and trouper hats (with pinnable flaps) from Block Headwear, available in an array of patterns and solids. There are also beanies from Portolano, Fedoras from Steven Alan and Italia Independent and stalker hats (more flaps to keep those ears toasty) from Ben Sherman. Meanwhile, text your heart out, without freezing off your digits in Block Headwear’s fingerless gloves.
Whether you’re in the market for a stylish pair of glasses, a new hat for the season ahead, a great wallet, or pretty much any other accessory you can imagine, you’ll find it right here in this sale. Take your pick from a host of top brands like Garrett Leight, Mr. Kim, Jack Spade, and more.
Cold weather is upon us, but that's no reason to compromise your look. In fact, with our selection of scarves, hats, and gloves you can even up your style quotient. Check out items from hot brands like <span>GANT</span>, Ben Shermanand Portolano — all for under $30— and keep it toasty as the temperature drops
Take your accessories game to the next level with this collection of belts, hats, bags, neckwear, and more — curated by the best-dressed man in the NBA, Dwyane Wade. Choose your favorites from dapper dad’s stylish selections, and be sure to pick up a signed copy of his debut book, <i>A Father First</i>, while you’re at it — all profits benefit the Wade’s World Foundation.