Says Hartford York CEO, Steve Singer, I was really glad that we had an existing relationship with Laulhère making it possible for Americans to buy Laulhère berets from our extensive collection at HartfordYork.com.
FRENCH CAMP, CA (PRWEB) March 20, 2014
Laulhère is the one company remaining in France that still makes that most quintessential of French headgear, the beret. Unfortunately for beret lovers in America, Laulhère does not ship consumer orders to the US -- so online hat retailer, HartfordYork.com, is delighted to be Laulhère’s ecommerce partner in the USA offering an extensive collection of the authentic French berets.
Hartford York president and CEO, Steve Singer, says he’d already been offering Laulhère berets on his men’s hats site. “I’ve long been a fan of the quality and authenticity of Laulhère berets,” he says. “When it was confirmed that Laulhère was the last surviving beret-maker in France and that they’re not shipping consumer orders to the US, I was really glad that we had an existing relationship making it possible for Americans to buy Laulhère berets from our extensive collection at HartfordYork.com.
Laulhère has been the symbol of the French beret since 1840, and its workshops remain in the foothills of the French Pyrenees to this day. The company’s biggest customers include the French army, United Nations and NATO, with half its planned production of 200,000 berets in 2014 going to everyday wearers of the traditional cap. Made from nearly 875 yards of merino wool and fitted inside with a ring of leather, the berets are extremely durable, water resistant and protect wearers from ultraviolet light.
For additional information on HartfordYork.com or its Extensive Collection of Authentic Laulhère Berets, contact company President, Steve Singer, or visit http://www.hartfordyork.com.
HartfordYork.com is the largest direct mail hat retailer in America, providing exceptional hats, apparel and accessories for men. Built on a reputation of trust and exemplary service, each item is personally chosen and approved by HartfordYork.com CEO, Steve Singer, before being offered for sale.