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St James's Black Fedora

The ultimate in fedoras and a truly unique piece, the St James's fedora is crafted from beaver and mink fur felt - the latter being the most expensive felt you can buy.

This prestigious piece is luxurious in all of its details; from the fine ribbon edge brim to the sumptuous red silk lining and a beautifully soft leather sweatband. Each St James's fedora comes with a complimentary Lock & Co. hat box.

St James's Black Fedora



The St James's fedora has a 7.5 cm brim and a 10.5 cm crown.


Steam from a household kettle and a hard bristle hat brush will help remove dust and dirt. Brush the hat using short strokes, following the natural direction of the fibre. Wet hats should be kept away from direct heat and should be dried using a clean, absorbent cloth or sponge. Felt hats are best stored in a hat box, away from direct sunlight.


Crafted from beaver and mink fur felt and finished with an internal red silk lining and a beautifully soft leather sweatband.

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Men's Hat Styling

Every Lock & Co. hat purchased is carefully and expertly hand-prepared in our London shop by one of our Hatters, before being whisked out of our famous green front door.

To find your perfect hat size, we suggest booking a virtual appointment for a consultation with one of our hatters here.


At Lock & Co., we sell the finest hats and caps. To achieve this, we pay particular attention to specific hat characteristics - style, fit, durability, and materials. We share these characteristics with you for each hat to help you decide on the perfect choice.

Find Your Size and Style

At Lock & Co. we offer a wide selection of styles of hats. What defines a hat style is its form: overall shape, height/shape of the crown, width of the brim, and material type. These define a style e.g., Fedora, Trilby, Panama, Cloche, Tweed cap etc.
Beaver & Mink Fur Felt
Lock & Co. hats are made of the finest quality material. These can range from exclusive Escorial wool, Scottish Tweed, and cashmere to Toquilla straw for our Panama hat.
Standard Brim
Different styles of hats have different shapes to them, including classic, fuller, narrow, and standard fits, or with an oversized or a wide brim or sporting a particular shape - bell, birdcage, etc.