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    Bamboo Hawker
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    Claud Newsboy
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    Conall Newsboy
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    Helios Newsboy
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    Tarleton Newsboy
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    Almas Newsboy
    Regular Price $65.00 Starting at $26.00
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    Aden Pub Cap
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    Banji Newsboy
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    Kufell Newsboy
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    Alsen Newsboy
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Ever-so popular throughout the years, the newsboy hat is back. has a growing inventory that proudly offers its own newsboy hats for men.

Add a Touch of Class to Any Ensemble with a Newsboy Cap

Our newsboy hats are made from materials we know and love, like wool and leather, for cooler weather. They are also made with lighter materials for warm weather, like cotton, linens, and even bamboo blends. Easy to wear and easier to afford, our caps are functional and fashionable aesthetics anyone can incorporate into their style. 

Leave A Lasting Impression 

The newsboy hat gets its name from its wide popularity among newsies, the 1930s boys and men who sold newspapers across cities in the late 19th and early 20th century. They wore this iconic hat. As with most historic fashion trends, these trendy hats have made a comeback in recent years. If you want a mature look that’s still playful with a classic appeal, a newsboy cap is the hat for you. Our hats come in a wide variety of patterns, colors, and styles to fit multiple personal taste preferences. 

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Great Deals On Newsboy Caps 

Are you ready to save big on your next cap? We supply and design our newsboy hats for men and other stylish hats to look fabulous even at discounted prices. So, cap off your outfit with a hat that will outshine the rest without breaking the bank. In addition to offering competitive prices, we make ordering easy with our Sezzle payment method. With this method, you can simply pay in installments. And every time you buy, you can earn rewards through our Rewards Program. Find the latest and greatest hats, and expand your hat collection today at


Frequently Asked Questions


1. Why do people like newsboy caps?

Newsboy hats are a nice balance between classy and casual. They look a bit more modern and hip compared to the traditional flat caps that your grandfather may wear. As a result, these caps bring a look that’s both timeless and cool.


2. What clothing works well with newsboy hats?

These in-vogue hats generally go with a variety of outfits. However, they pair especially well with fall fashion and a transitional weather look. For instance, don a newsboy hat with a cardigan or sweater for a look that’s both sophisticated and casual. You can also pair it with simple button-ups or tees and everyday pants like jeans for a hip jazz vibe.


3. When were newsboy caps worn in the past?

Newsboy hats were first worn by newspaper sellers, known as “newsboys” or “newsies,” during the late 19th century and the early 20th century. However, their iconic look became popular among men and boys of every social class. Upper class men mostly wore these hats when engaging in leisure activities, which led to the newsboy hat style becoming associated with wealthy golfers, country sportsmen, and drivers.