Originally in a play in 1889 by Victorien Sardou the Fedora was quite active from the 1920's to 1960's. While all Fedoras are creased the length of the crown and pinched in the front on both sides, this hat can have many different personalities. Its shape can be sharp and angular or slouchy with soft edges, all the while staying true to the classic Fedora look. Its versatility compliments a wide range of face shapes, making it one of the most common hats on our shelves. The Beaver Fur Fedora can make a great umbrella in the rain and helps keep your noggin' warm. The Straw Fedora is great for shading the sun, and keeping your noggin' cool. Either way, both will keep you tastefully stylish and classily functional.