Khaki Military-Style Balmoral/Tam

4.79 out of 5 based on 34 customer ratings
34 Customer reviews
  • The Khaki Military-Style Balmoral – also known as a tam – is a durable, versatile accessory made of 100% felted wool
  • World War II military tam style makes for a striking complement to Celtic dress
  • Available in sizes 6.75-8, so you can choose the perfect fit for you; be advised that sizes run small 
  • Toorie (pom pom) on the top of the hat provides authentic Scottish, British, and Canadian WWII military style

$39.00

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The Khaki Military-Style Balmoral harkens back to a proud tradition of service and bravery. We drew our style inspiration from the Khaki Balmoral, a form of military headdress. It was introduced in 1915 for wear by Scottish infantrymen serving in the trenches of the Western Front during World War I. To this day, certain British and Canadian military units, as well as the Royal Regiment of Scotland, continue to wear this style of “bonnet,” as it’s sometimes called. “Khaki” refers to this hat’s traditional tan color, although it can range in color from light brown to olive drab. The Celtic Croft take on the classic is toward a green.

Weight 0.26 lbs
Hat Size

6 3/4, 7, 7 1/8, 7 1/4, 7 3/8, 7 1/2, 7 5/8, 7 3/4, 8

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  1. Howard Patton

    Review from Howard Patton

    Howard Patton

    I bought one of these last year. I problem is with the sizing. If I had bought a large, it would have been 5/8″ too large. I bought a medium and it is 1/8″ too small. Unfortunately the glengarry is sized the same way. No use in investing in one.

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  2. D.M. Krebs

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    D.M. Krebs

    Looks great, fits nicely. Wish it came with pre-made holes for badges instead of me having to cut holes and fray material.

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