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Russian Cossack Hats

Cossacks are members of varied ethnic groups which are native to the Eurasian steppes of the Ukraine and Russia. Since the 13th century varied Cossack hosts have inhabited the areas known today as the Ukraine and Russia. These Cossack peoples have developed a variety of cultures, but their strict hierarchy (akin to military ranks) and clear traditions of martial prowess have made all of them a regular feature in conflicts across the centuries in Europe and Asia.

About our Russian Cossack Hats

As such, the image of the Cossack is one which often carries with it powerful, martial connotations. While there are a few different types of headgear associated with the Cossacks, our hats have been patterned after a design which offers a low, sleek profile and a handsome, rugged appearance. These are very similar to the kinds of hats associated with a number of Russian military units. Although this style is often considered mainly a hat for men, our Russian Cossack hats can look quite fetching on women as well.

Our high quality materials range from the luxury of mink to the prestige of beaver. Slightly more affordable yet still very attractive options are available in warm mouton sheepskin and realistic (and activist-friendly) faux fur. We offer you the choice of deep black or rich brown; both of which are of course classic colors which ensure that your hat will work extremely well with a wide variety of garments.

If you are looking for warmth on a terribly cold winter's day, the Russian Cossack hat is a brilliant choice. The flip down design of the rear lining of our hats gives you that extra warmth for your ears and neck right when you need it. The hats themselves are of course fabulously comfortable and quite warm, given their soft lining and fine, insulating materials.

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Recent Reviews About our Russian Cossack Hats

Sheared Beaver Russian Cossack Hat - Black
Marco from Seattle
Sheared Beaver Russian Cossack Hat - Black
May 5, 2015
"I looked around the world for a Cosssck hat ... I purchased this one! It's exquisite ...the only way for me to get a better one, is to buy the Mink one! Marco UnderSong"
Sheared Beaver Russian Cossack Hat - Black
Rickardo from UK
Sheared Beaver Russian Cossack Hat - Black
March 20, 2015
"Light and warm:better shape than a beanie without looking like an extra in Dr Zhivago. Painless ordering procedure: 8 days delivery to UK"
Mink Fur Russian Cossack Hat - Black
Ronnie from New Bern, NC
Mink Fur Russian Cossack Hat - Black
March 8, 2015
"It is a very high quality hat. Even though the ear flaps seem thin, they cover well and protect the ears and neck from the cold. The mink fur is beautiful and supple."
Mouton Sheepskin Russian Cossack Hat - Black
Aunt Butch from Barberton, Ohio USA
Mouton Sheepskin Russian Cossack Hat - Black
March 7, 2015
"Very good quality, warm, good looking hat."
Mouton Sheepskin Russian Cossack Hat - Brown
nedsilver from norfolk , united kingdom
Mouton Sheepskin Russian Cossack Hat - Brown
March 6, 2015
"Great product , great service . The hat was as advertised and I am very very pleased with it. Would have no hesitation in recommending this company. Five Stars says it all."
Mouton Sheepskin Russian Cossack Hat - Black
through a golden eye from chicago metro
Mouton Sheepskin Russian Cossack Hat - Black
March 3, 2015
"Very nice hat. It replaces one that my husband wore out after more than 30 years. This has longer and warmer ear flaps and fits nicely."
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