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Papa Nui Superfort Cap

The Superfort cap is inspired by those worn by B-29 bomber crews high in the stratosphere. Constructed from an Olive Drab military grade Herringbone Twill, the Superfort takes the iconic A-3 cap and rebuilds it like no one ever has before.

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The Papa Nui Superfort Cap was worn by the B-29 long range bomber crews high in the Stratosphere who took the fight right to the front door of the enemy. In peace time the B-29 was converted to carry Chuck Yeager’s X-1 Rocket Plane but their crews loved the caps so much they kept on wearing them.

As part of the Atoll Rocket Riders collection, the Superfort Cap takes the ubiquitous crew favourite A-3 cap and rebuilds it like no one has ever attempted before. It pioneers new ground like our intrepid rocket men.

Key Features of the Papa Nui Superfort Cap

  • Made in Japan by John Lofgren & Co.
  • Test facility tough Herringbone Twill
  • Military spec Olive Drab colour way
  • Genuine Australian Kangaroo hide sweatband with Milliners Grosgrain bow
  • Hino Maru internal country of origin patch
  • Sizes Medium (57-58cm) and Large (59-60cm)
  • Machine washable
  • Cold wash/soak to shape or stretch, hot wash/soak and tumble dry to shrink

Medium, Large


Olive drab Herringbone Twill, Australian Kangaroo hide






Atoll Rocket Riders


Where necessary, we recommend machine washing your Superfort Cap on a cold cycle and line drying.

If you’re happy with the sizing of your Superfort Cap, avoid tumble drying as this may result in slight shrinkage.


Sizes Medium (57-58cm) and Large (59-60cm).

To find out more about how to measure your head to get the sizing of your cap perfect, see this detailed post about Papa Nui sizing. Need more information on how to fine tune the sizing of your Papa Nui cap? Our sizing page also contains information about how to stretch or shrink your cap.

Before attempting to stretch or shrink your cap, please see the Care section to see if this is possible with your model.