Keltoi Gaelic Clothing

Traditional Handsewn Kilts & Accessories

Caubeen (An Cáibín)

The Caubeen (or Cáibín, the Irish for 'little cap') is similar in design to the Tam O'Shanter though it lacks the crowning toorie.


Besides civilian use, the Caubeen is worn by British, Irish, and Commonwealth regiments throughout the world.

  • Canadian Caubeen (Rear)
    Canadian Caubeen (Rear)
  • Canadian Caubeen (Front)
    Canadian Caubeen (Front)
  • Canadian Caubeen (Side 1)
    Canadian Caubeen (Side 1)
  • Canadian Caubeen (Side 2)
    Canadian Caubeen (Side 2)
  • Irish Caubeen (Rear)
    Irish Caubeen (Rear)
  • Irish Caubeen (Front)
    Irish Caubeen (Front)
  • Irish Caubeen (Side 1)
    Irish Caubeen (Side 1)
Canadian Caubeen (Rear)
Canadian Caubeen (Rear)

There are two varieties available:


The Canadian Caubeen: This version features a wider headband finished with grosgrain ribbon ending in untied tails, and a rosette.


Canadian Caubeen  $125 CAD


The Irish Caubeen: This version features a slimmer headband, no rosette or ribbons, and vent holes at the rear.


Irish Caubeen $100 CAD


Though traditionally made in rifle or bottle green, these Caubeens are available in the following colours: Black, Bottle Green, Navy, Pale GreyMid-Grey, and Oat. The Lining, Rosette, and Ribbons can be any colour you wish, simple make a note of this when ordering.

Style
Body Colour
Ribbon Colour
Lining Colour
Head Measurement (" or cm)