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AtlantaCutlery.com carries a variety of caps & hats for Civil War and World War re-enactors, and well as some for just plain fun.

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Civil War Forage Cap - CSS

#200826
These Civil War forage caps are made from quality wool. Grey for CS, also available in blue for US. Features a leather visor and chin strap with brass buckle.
$24.95

Civil War Forage Cap - US

#200826
These wool Union Civil War forage caps have a leather visor and chin strap with brass buckle. Branch of service pins not included.
$24.95

Civil War Kepi for Enlisted Men CSS

#200822
These grey Civil War Kepis for enlisted men are made from quality wool. Features a leather visor and chin strap with brass buckle.
$24.95

Civil War Kepi for Enlisted Men US

#200822
These blue Civil War Wool Kepis for enlisted men have a leather visor and chin strap with brass buckle. Branch of service pins not included.
$24.95

Confederate 2nd Pattern Kepi

#201246
These lined wool kepi's are based directly from the second pattern issued to Confederate Regulars. Each color designated a specific division and could be seen easily on a battle field. Available in M, L or XL with a choice of band: blue for infantry, yellow for cavalry or red for artillery.
$29.95

Confederate Kepi

#201223
These lined wool kepi's are based directly from the first pattern issued to Confederate Regulars. Each color designated a specific division and could be seen easily on a battle field. Available in M, L or XL with a choice of band: blue for infantry, yellow for cavalry or red for artillery.
$29.95

German WWII Reproduction Luftwaffe Officer’s Cap

#802207
These reproduction visor caps are perfect for the re-enactor or collector. Patent leather visor and leather sweat band.
$49.95

German WWII Reproduction SS Death Head Visor Cap

#802208
Our reproduction visor caps are perfect for the re-enactor or collector. Patent leather visor and leatherette sweat band.
$49.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Civil War Kepi for Enlisted Men US

High quality and authentic look for a reasonable price.  Fits as sized.
Reviewed by: John, May 17, 2019

Review of: Civil War Kepi for Enlisted Men US

This is a very comfortable and a  well made Kepi. They seem to run a little large ,so  if you want a tighter fit,I would get a smaller size, if your head is an in between like 71/4 -71/2,I'd buy for 73/8 a small hat. But it's well worth the great price !
Reviewed by: Richard, October 20, 2018

Review of: German WWII Reproduction Luftwaffe Officer’s Cap

The pic of this replica cap does it no justice.  In the pic,  the cap has a heather blue shade which makes it look dull and unappealing.  In person, it is a solid dark shade of navy blue, not at all heathered in any way (thank goodness).  It's nice wool material, solid sturdy construction, and masculine shade of blue impressed me.  The visor cap and braided bands are strong and sturdy as well.  The only drawback is it's faux crest and shield are stitched patches.  But considering all the quality and detail that was put into the cap itself, I'm okay with a stitched crest and shield.
Reviewed by: Jean, February 13, 2018

Review of: Civil War Kepi for Enlisted Men US

Great product
Reviewed by: ron, October 08, 2016

Review of: Civil War Kepi for Enlisted Men CSS

WELL PUT TOGETHER ADDED A NICE ADDITION TO MY CIVIL WAR DISPLAY.
Reviewed by: JAMES, November 07, 2015

Review of: Civil War Forage Cap - CSS

I really like this cap. Visor is leather unlike other cheaper caps I've seen. I did wet the sides, being careful not to get the top board insert wet, and let dry on a foam mannequin head to get the proper slouch.
Reviewed by: John, April 21, 2015

Review of: Confederate Kepi

Much, much better than I expected
Reviewed by: Lawrence, April 14, 2015

Review of: German WWII Reproduction SS Death Head Visor Cap

nice cap, very pleased
Reviewed by: Martin, May 13, 2011

Review of: German WWII Reproduction Luftwaffe Officer’s Cap

Reviewed by: John, April 26, 2011

Review of: German WWII Reproduction SS Death Head Visor Cap

Reviewed by: Karin, December 01, 2010