Its marine legacy
BÉTON CIRE’s iconic hat, the Miki originally comes from Brittany, in the North of France. When BÉTON CIRÉ is launched in 2013, the inspirations are drawn from the city, the sea and travelling to revisit this docker. The hat is halfway between a beanie and a cap. BÉTON CIRÉ loves its community and the #MikiAddict is adventurous, ambitious and bold! The brand has modernized its own version of the traditional sailor hat to give it a more urban look and then allow all #MikiAddict to wear this new interpretation according their personal styles.
Apart from the seashores, the hat, also known as the docker hat, is a high-end unisex and timeless piece made by craftsmen hatters. The Béton Ciré Miki hat is recognizable thanks to its leather tightening strap, the embroidery of its two paddles logo on the back and its button on the top which is an obvious reference to the American cap!
How to wear it?
Without a visor to avoid gusts of wind and always well placed on the head with the ears free, the Miki hat adapts to all styles and all seasons! In Summer, it can be worn in a casual way or, in Winter to protect against the cold. The headgear is perfect for all circumstances.
All #MikiAddict, men or women, chic, urban or casual styles can match their styles with this new and refined shape. From art enthusiasts to creative people, craftsmen and sportsmen, each shape is designed to highlight your outfit and your lifestyle! It will follow you everywhere! Béton Ciré offers two ranges of Miki hats: the Timeless range, which includes resistant denim hats in plain colors that can be worn all year long, and the Collection range, with materials chosen according to the season and trends.
Colors and materials: you always find the one you need!
Every season, the Miki hat is available in new colors and new materials with style! The covered leather strap and button are real assets, they become the distinguishing features for Béton Ciré designs. The brand's most popular materials are velvet, leather, denim and wool that are renowned for its quality and resistance. The colors follow the seasons, vibrant and lively in Summer, timeless and intense in Winter...