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The driving (flat, ivy) cap is a rounded cap with a short, stiff brim in front. It may have a button or snap brim. Common fabrics are wool, wool tweed, and cotton.
This cap can be traced to the 14th century in Northern England and to this day the style is quintessentially English and Irish.
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