Norse Projects Spring 2012 Headwear

The Danes at Norse Projects continue to dominate in their field, and with these new additions to their headwear, they’re certain to continue.

The brand’s most popular hat, the king-pin 5 panel returns in 4 colorways, aptly named the ‘Saxpop Solid 5 Panel’ due to it’s block coloration. Its definitely a winner, but by no means are they the cream of the crop. On the two other 5 panel caps, the Scandinavians have used an allover corn print in blue and navy – they are really tasty pieces and with the brown adjustable strap, it personally sends them into another league for me – it’s these little details that Norse always get right.

The new baseball hats have ‘NORSE’ lettering across the front (a ploy I guess to increase on their normally minimal branding) instead of the regular ‘N’, and this time come in fitted sizes. Available in grey and navy, and constructed from 100% wool, they are typically Norse, very nice and very unique. The Creme dela Creme for me are the bucket hats, with a shorter brim than most ordinary bucket hats, they are sure to become another staple for Norse fans. The brand’s beanies always utilise super premium materials, and this season’s Hunter beanie is no exception, employing 100% merino wool.

Check out the selection below, and head to Goodhood to make a purchase.

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  • Leslie Docherty

    very nice indeed, norse just get better and better

  • Scott

    Picked up the navy ‘corn print’ 5 panel from donuts about a fortnight ago… superb collection yet again.

  • The Goodhood Store

    Thanks for the support chaps!

  • Weston

    Picked up a Corn print 5 panel, great looking hat, but really disappointed with the quality of the strap at the back. The strap its self feels weak and the clip pops open if you try and put any pressure on it, so unless you want to wear it balanced ontop of your head with a straight peak it doesn’t perform it’s function.
    Norse to me is a brand you pay a bit more for as you expect and get a certain quality, I hope this is a one off and not a drop in general standards.

  • M

    Norse are amazing, always sick garments.