A Duckbill Cap is a variation of the British Flat Cap with a peaked visor designed resembling the duck’s beak. Tweed is used most commonly to make the Duckbill Cap. The crown is form-fitting and therefore has stretchable material and elastic rear.
Duckbill Cap is worn mostly by working-class men, but the upper class also wears it during sporting or countryside events. It is as much a fashion statement as it is practical. It is lightweight and remains stable on the head and, therefore, appropriate workwear because it protects from the sun and doesn’t fall easily.