Crowsnest "Cree" Pirate Crevatte and Head Wrap
Arrrrgh! Pirates were never known for their advanced taste in clothing. Pirate fashion was decided by chance of plunder over personal taste. But with this new pirate crevatte, the crowning touch of good taste is available to you in your choice of color and material! Our crevatte (shown wrapped around the head) is adapted from the late seventeenth century in an Atlantic region legendary for its piracy: the Carribean.
No pirate would be caught dead without their crevatte. The crevatte has a curious and long reaching history as the de facto standard neckware for sailors around the world. It was worn as a basic scarf against cold weather drafts, was used as a handkerchief, and even ended up as a makeshift biggins to ward off the hot sun. We show it wrapping the head to keep all those dirty, lice-infested dreadlocks in place. Measuring 44 x 44 inches, it's an extra large crevatte that can easily be wound into a proper necktie. Worn either way it is indispensible to a pirate and is available in your choice of color in 100% cotton, cotton/polyester and linen.
Some colors subject to availability of linen! If you have any questions about linen availability in your choice of color please e-mail us.
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