Apple Cap is the circular-shaped Newsboy cap that is sown from six panels that converge at the top, and a button is put there to hold the panels together. The bill of the Apple cap is stiff and short and barely protrudes from the cap.
Further, the cap has a baggy fit giving it a great vintage appeal. As the cap is circular in shape, it is colloquially known as an Apple Cap.
As these were worn by newsboys, who went for paper delivery very early in the morning, the caps were made from warmer materials such as wool or wool alternatives. Tweed pattern is also very popular in this design, but they come in linen for summer wear.