Beret Navy - Blue Silk Lined


 Our Small Crown Navy Beret is very high quality made from 100% wool. The beret is banded with a soft black leather and a draw string and bow. The inside is a mid-blue silk lining.

The berets we stock are the “Small Crown” variant – the widest part of the beret measures 9″ across. The standard Ministry of Defence version measures 10 inches to 10.5 inches. Having less material on the Small Crown Navy Beret makes shaping the beret easier and you are able to achieve a more polished look.

The Navy Blue berets are all manufactured to meet and exceed current UK MoD specifications.

To measure your head size you will need a flexible measuring tape.  Place the tape around your head with the tape just above the top of your ears, wrap the tape around head making sure the tape lies just above your occipital bone (the small bump in the middle of the back of the head), do not pull the tape too tightly. Repeat this two or three times to make sure the measurement is accurate.

    • Army Navy Blue Beret
    • 100% wool
    • Blue silk lined
    • Black soft leather banded
    • Draw cord and bow
    • Two eyelets
    • Badge board
    • Printed with dual size
    • All Arms labelled

Berets are suitable for Officers and various ranks.

The Navy Blue Small Crown Beret is worn by the Royal Navy – RN, Queens Dragoon Guards – QDG, Royal Dragoon Guards – RDG, 9/12th Lancers, Light Dragoons – LD, Queens Royal Lancers – QRL, Royal Artillery – RA, Royal Engineers – RE, Royal Signals – R Sigs, Royal Regiment of Fusiliers – RRF, Kings Regt – KINGS, Royal Welsh Fusiliers – RWF, Royal Logistic Corps (RLC), Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers – REME, Royal Army Medical Corps – RAMC, Royal Army Veterinary Corps – RAVC, Military Provost Staff – MPS, Royal Yeomanry – RY, Queens Own Yeomanry – QOY, The Royal Mercian and Lancastrian Yeomanry, Queens Gurkha Signals – QGS, CAMUS – Corps of Army Music, Sea Cadets – SCC & many Army Cadets – ACF & CCF Combined Cadet Force.
The Navy Beret is worn by all other Army units (except Scottish and Irish line infantry regiments) and Royal Navy, Royal Marines not commando-qualified as well as those that wear the Royal Marines capbadge on a red backing) and Sea Cadet Corps.
The general rule for wearing a British Army beret is to shape the head dress back and to the right for the material with the leather band level around the head with the cap badge two fingers above the left eye.
If you are required to wash this Navy Beret, it is best to hand wash using cold water and some mild detergent.