Knickerbocker Mfg Co x Dawson Denim Machinist Cap
Posted on September 15 2016
In 2012, the very same year we started Dawson Denim; Andrew Livingston was searching through an old factory directory, he came across Watman’s factory (which would eventually come to be Knickerbocker Mfg. Co.). Steven Watman, the proprietor of a sixty year old family owned manufacturing company was ready to pass the torch on and so Andrew with Kyle Mosholder and Daniel Rickard Guy would found Knickerbocker. At the heart of Knickerbocker MFG co is community, Steven Watmen didn’t just hand over the keys he handed over a responsibility Andrew, Kyle and Daniel would soon learn that Knickerbocker was going to be much more than a brand it would be about maintaining a tradition.
We met Andrew in 2015 and after some mutual appreciation and swapping of clothes we wanted to work together on something as we felt our two brands shared a common interest, this machinist cap is the first in what we hope to be a succession of limited edition collaborations.
This machinist cap, similar in shape to that of the classic A3 military cap, Lined with interfacing and chain stitched. This brim may be worn up or down, or pretty much any way you wish.
• Strap closure is made of leather
• Self fabric sweatband
• Brass hardware
• Short brim interfaced with topstitch from outer edge to crown
• Branded with Dawson Denim and Knickerbocker labels
• Chain stitch done by B. Blakey
Made in the U.S.A