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Leatherman's Muir Cap

Many leather Tops have a Muir Cap like the one I am wearing in the pics below. I have had this cap since the early 1980s. The store where I bought it from is no longer in business. My cap is made of thick, heavy leather. It has an excellent headband which keeps the cap on my head during heavy activity.

This Muir Cap has a low peak. While in Australia in 1996, a friend gave me an eagle pin which is on the front. I also added a chrome band across the front and a chain in place of a mylar strap across the top. I also have a plain black leather high-peak traditional Muir Cap that I wear when I want a cap that sits low over my eyes, which has that mysterious "Old-Guard Leatherman" look.

Following are various pics of me in the cap. At the bottom of the page, there are links to more image galleries of me in this cap -- in leather, uniforms, t-shirts, and head shots.

If you are a Top or want to have that tough-guy Leather Top image, this is the cap to wear. Read my Complete Guide to Leather Gear, in particular the section on how to behave and act as a Leatherman for more information.

Do you want one of these caps? Scroll to the bottom of this page for more information.

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There are more pics of me in my Muir Cap on this website. Just click on the image to see that page.

Low-Peak Muir Cap

High-Peak Muir Cap

Hi-Peak Eagle Pin Muir cap

Muir cap with leather

Muir cap with uniform

Muir cap head shots

Muir cap with t-shirts

Dehner Boots
and Muir Cap

Black and Tan
Leather Uniform

Formal BLUF

Smokin' in Gloves
and Dehner Boots
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The most frequently asked question I have received is where to find a Muir Cap like this. As I said above, the store where I bought this cap is no longer in business. Nowadays you will only see new "Muir Style" (knock-off) caps for sale at various leather events. However, someone sent me an email and told me that the manufacturer, Muir Cap & Regalia, Ltd., is still in business and can make a hat like this in about eight weeks. I don't know how much they would charge for it. This is a link to their official website.

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