Popular 14-15 century cap with flaps that fold down over the ears but are usually worn up.
Just as a ball cap is popular now, this style of cap was the most popular headwear for men during the height of Venetian power in the Middle Ages.
We found examples of this cap on middle class men and upper class youths in 15th century manuscripts, paintings and tapestries. Made of 100% cotton corduroy in burgundy or forest green. One size fits most.