No, my friend. The fabled Corktown district, after which this magnificent fedora was named, is a true-blue, bona fide testament of grit, elbow grease and stick-to-itiveness. As the longest-standing neighborhood in Detroit, Corktown has seen booms, busts, bootlegging, bribery — actually, we probably got carried away with the alliteration. We'll leave it at that.
Like the storied locale, the Corktown will endure. Place it on your head and just try to give up. We dare you.
In fact, we do NOT recommend the Corktown if you're trying to quit any of the following activities:
Espionage for a foreign government
Biting your nails
Hanging around lame people like that guy Ryan who is always complaining
Judge Judy marathons
Putting off doing that thing
We definitely think you should quit those things. You should just pick a different hat while trying to do it.
The Corktown is built to last. Some things, however, that are built to last look really bad. You know, like rocks. Or black mold. This hat is not like rocks or black mold.
Exhibit A: The 100% pure Australian wool. Exhibit B: The fine nylon grosgrain band, with a subtle, badass man-bow (which is NOTHING like a man-bun). We could go on, believe us.
Great look and fit. I get tones of compliments when I wear it.
I really do like this hat, nice quality. It is running a little tight i hope it breaks in a bit.
I bought this hat for my husband as a Christmas gift. He likes the quality of the materials and has gotten many compliments. It’s his first hat from Two Roads but will not be the last.
This hat is fireeee
I get sooo many compliments on this hat! I have a huge head and ordering the 2x option, it fits PERFECTLY. Finally a hat that I can wear casually or to a more dressed up occasion. 10/10. Can’t wait to order for you again!
I really like my new fedora. I have a larger head and am a bigger guy with wide shoulders…I searched far and wide for a fedora with the specs that would work for me. I finally found that in my grey Corktown. The only issue I had was the brim, which was completely flat which is fine for the way young people are wearing them today. I though, was going for a 1940’s film noir look which requires a totally different brim treatment. I recently bought a stock, 1948, black, Chrysler Windsor that has suicide doors. I wanted to dress the part when showing it. After communicating what I wanted to do with your capable reps, they convinced me that I could shape the brim anyway I wanted by myself. They also told me the Corktown was the best way to go because the brim was more substantial and would hold the new brim shape better. They were right on both counts although it was a little daunting to begin with. I completed the task with a little hand held steam machine that my wife already had. I now wear the hat all the time and I get all kinds of compliments.