Cap - Types of Caps

Types of Caps

  • Ascot cap
  • Ayam
  • Balmoral
  • Baseball cap
  • Beanie (North America)
  • Beret
  • Biretta
  • Cap of Maintenance
  • Casquette
  • Caubeen
  • Caul
  • Coif
  • Combination cap (also known as a service cap)
  • Coppola
  • Cricket cap
  • Do-rag
  • Dutch cap
  • Engineer cap
  • Fez
  • Fiddler cap (also known as a Dutch boy hat)
  • Fitted cap
  • Flat cap
  • Forage cap
  • Gandhi cap
  • Garrison cap
  • Glengarry
  • Greek fisherman's cap
  • International cap
  • John Lennon cap
  • Juliet cap
  • Kepi
  • Kippah (also known as yarmulke)
  • Kufi (also known as a kofia; an African cap worn with a dashiki)
  • M43 field cap
  • Monmouth cap
  • Muir cap
  • Newsboy cap
  • Nightcap
  • Nurse cap
  • Ochipok
  • Papakhi
  • Patrol cap
  • Peaked cap
  • Rastacap
  • Sailor cap
  • Shako
  • Shower cap
  • Sindhi cap
  • Square academic cap
  • Swim cap
  • Tam o' Shanter
  • Taqiyah, worn by Muslim males
  • Trucker hat
  • Tubeteika
  • Tuque or stocking cap, wool cap, watch cap, ski cap
  • Ushanka
  • Utility cover
  • Welder's cap
  • Yachting cap
  • Zucchetto

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