"Harris Tweed means a tweed has been hand-woven by the
islanders at their homes in the Outer Hebrides, finished in the islands of
Harris, Lewis, North Uist, Benbecula, South Uist and Barra and their several
purtenances, and made from pure virgin wool dyed and spun in the Outer
Hebrides". This definition of Harris Tweed became statutory when the
Harris Tweed Act was passed in 1993. Only tweed made this way can be given the
Harris Tweed trademark 'Orb' stamp, which the Harris Tweed Authority gives to
every piece of the cloth.These berets make an excellent fit on both men and women; to
accompany denim, a three piece suit or a leather biker outfit: très chic, très
hip, très sexy!The standard berets come in the weaves Prince the Galles, Chevron Marron
Beige and Chevron Bleu in 10 pouces / 28cm diameter, fitted with the Héritage
label and a soft cotton headband that can be worn folded inwards (classic Basque) or outwards (military style).
With the berets in Harris Tweed, Laulhère shows innovation
in a classic product with classic material.
Size information: S - 54/56, M - 57/58 and L - 58/59.
Custom made for South Pacific Berets are the generous 11 pouces / 31cm diameter berets in the same weaves, cotton lining and label, but available in larger sizes.
Harris Tweed Berets - Diametre 10
Harris Tweed Berets - Diametre 11