H.W. Dog & Co. x SOP 1930s U.S. Army Cotton Beanie Navy
H.W. Dog & Co. x SOP 1930s U.S. Army Cotton Beanie Navy
H.W. Dog & Co. x SOP 1930s U.S. Army Cotton Beanie Navy
H.W. Dog & Co. x SOP 1930s U.S. Army Cotton Beanie Navy
H.W. Dog & Co. x SOP 1930s U.S. Army Cotton Beanie Navy

H.W. Dog & Co.

H.W. Dog & Co. x SOP 1930s U.S. Army Cotton Beanie Navy

Sale price$ 75.00

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Pickup available at Los Angeles store Usually ready in 24 hours

H.W. Dog & Co. x SOP 1930s U.S. Army Cotton Beanie Navy

One Size

Los Angeles

Pickup available, usually ready in 24 hours

5711 North Figueroa Street
Los Angeles CA 90042
United States

+15623435139

How We Measure

Bottoms

WAIST: Pull the front of the pants up so it lines up evenly with the back. Measure straight across the waist. It is VERY important to be sure to pull the front completely up in line with the back, or else it will result in a smaller waist measurement, which is not the true accurate measurement.

FRONT RISE: Measure from the center of the crotch to the top of the waist.

BACK RISE: On the back, measure from the top of the waist to the center of the crotch.

UPPER THIGH: Start 1″ down from the crotch, measure straight across the thigh.

KNEE: Start 13″ down from the crotch, measure straight across the knee.

LEG OPENING: Measure across the very bottom of the leg at the opening.

INSEAM: Measure from the crotch to the end of the leg.

FRONT LENGTH: Measure from the top seam near the collar to the bottom of the shirt.

Chart showing measurements of a pair of pants

Tops

FRONT LENGTH: Measure from the top seam near the collar to the bottom of the shirt.

CHEST: Measure straight across, from armpit to armpit.

SLEEVE: Measure from the shoulder seam to the end of the sleeve.

SHOULDER: On the back, measure from shoulder seam to shoulder seam.

Chart showing measurements of the front of a shirt

Chart showing measurements of the back of a shirt

How We Measure

Bottoms

WAIST: Pull the front of the pants up so it lines up evenly with the back. Measure straight across the waist. It is VERY important to be sure to pull the front completely up in line with the back, or else it will result in a smaller waist measurement, which is not the true accurate measurement.

FRONT RISE: Measure from the center of the crotch to the top of the waist.

BACK RISE: On the back, measure from the top of the waist to the center of the crotch.

UPPER THIGH: Start 1″ down from the crotch, measure straight across the thigh.

KNEE: Start 13″ down from the crotch, measure straight across the knee.

LEG OPENING: Measure across the very bottom of the leg at the opening.

INSEAM: Measure from the crotch to the end of the leg.

FRONT LENGTH: Measure from the top seam near the collar to the bottom of the shirt.

Chart showing measurements of a pair of pants

Tops

FRONT LENGTH: Measure from the top seam near the collar to the bottom of the shirt.

CHEST: Measure straight across, from armpit to armpit.

SLEEVE: Measure from the shoulder seam to the end of the sleeve.

SHOULDER: On the back, measure from shoulder seam to shoulder seam.

Chart showing measurements of the front of a shirt

Chart showing measurements of the back of a shirt

The 1930s U.S. Army Beanie in Navy from H.W. Dog & Co. is made by H.W. Dog exclusively for Snake Oil Provisions from heavy gauge 100% cotton thread in an authentic vintage inspired silhouette.  This beanie can be worn with one large cuff or two smaller cuffs that lay flat against your head without creating awkward/ unwanted bulk, and because it's made from 100% cotton, it will never pill or fuzz like cheaper synthetic beanies.  

Features:

  • Made from heavyweight 100% cotton knit thread
  • Knit on antique knitting machines
  • 1930s U.S. Army inspired silhouette 
  • Vintage hand fabric starts out a little stiff and softens with wear
  • Machine washable
  • Style No. KC30A4-2

Color:

Navy

Sizing:

One Size Fits Most 

Origin:

Made in Japan

Special orders

We can generally special order items that are sold out. Email us—we’ll get you sorted: info@snakeoilprovisions.com