A homburg is a felt hat characterized by a single dent running down the center
of the crown and a brim fixed in a tight, upwards curl.
It is superficially similar to the trilby and fedora; however, those types of hat
have soft, snappable brims and can have various designs pinched into the
crown, whereas the shape of a homburg is fixed.
It was popularized by Edward VII after he visited Bad Homburg in Hesse,
Germany, and brought back a hat of this style.
This Supreme Homburg from Borsalino is a Qualita Superiore creation,
100% Fur Felt, with a luxurious touch, fully lined inside, a leather sweatband,
and a wide grosgrain hat band that matches the bound edge.