Guapa Peaks Bamboo Headwear

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

Bamboo has become a go-to construction material for several sustainable products in recent years, but headwear is one we had yet to see – until now. Meet Guapa Peaks, the world’s first bamboo headwear.

These beautiful hats are handmade individually, and combine three variants of premium bamboo. The bill’s bamboo is heated and compress laminated before being attached to the crown. The crown itself is available in several different high quality materials from corduroy and denim to wool. All of the caps use complex 3D embroideries alongside subtle screen printing, and are finished off with premium leather straps that attach using metal fasteners. Of course there are also several different colors available, form the wooden bill to the crown. Using nothing but sustainable natural woods with premium textiles, Guapa Peaks is looking to create a high quality organic product for the masses. To do this, the brand is currently raising funds through Kickstarter. Check out the video below. [Purchase]

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