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Fender partners with Brixton for new hat range, complete with built-in pick holders

Fender x Brixton headwear
(Image credit: Fender)

We’ve seen a number of surprise Fender and fashion collaborations over the years, including brands such as Hypebeast and Supreme – although these usually result in a limited-edition electric guitar. But for its latest joint effort with lifestyle and hat co Brixton, Fender has released a line of – yes – headwear.

The newly launched Brixton x Fender collection is composed of seven designs, which promise to “embody the heritage of guitar” – most notably by including a handy guitar pick sweatband.

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Fender x Brixton headwear

Fender x Brixton Flood Fedora (Image credit: Fender)
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Fender x Brixton headwear

Fender x Brixton Refugee Fedora (Image credit: Fender)
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Fender x Brixton headwear

Fender x Brixton Sonic Beanie (Image credit: Fender)
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Fender x Brixton headwear

Fender x Brixton Philly Baggy Snap Cap (Image credit: Fender)
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Fender x Brixton headwear

Fender x Brixton Mustang Fedora (Image credit: Fender)
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Fender x Brixton headwear

Fender x Brixton Reverb C Snapback (Image credit: Fender)

Other details include a silk band and brim taping, 100% genuine leather bands and custom liners.

The designs are as follows, and come in a variety of colors:

  • Fender Flood Fedora - $115- $119
  • Fender Mustang Fedora - $85
  • Fender Refugee Fedora - $89
  • Fender Philly Baggy Snap Cap -$55
  • Fender Reverb C Snapback - $35
  • Fender Sonic Beanie -$30

In what we can only assume is an oversight, not a single one is called the Hatocaster. Missed opportunity, really, but then again, we only count details for six products above. Fingers crossed...

The Brixton x Fender collection is available now. Head over to Fender.com for more info.

Michael Astley-Brown

Mike is Editor-in-Chief of GuitarWorld.com, in addition to being an offset fiend and recovering pedal addict. He's spent the past decade writing and editing for guitar publications including MusicRadar, Total Guitar and Guitarist, and a decade-and-a-half performing in bands of variable genre (and quality). In his free time, you'll find him making progressive instrumental rock under the nom de plume Maebe.