Recycling's a pretty rigorous endeavor, what with the rinsing, the sorting, and the dutifully hiding your paper and plastics within the real trash. Putting in the effort to make some pretty sweet hats with recycled goods, Delanco.
Cut and stitched in lovely(?) Haddonfield, Delanco's slinging headwear in a variety of seasonal styles, all crafted after a combination of donations and second-hand shopping produced a hot assortment of fabrics from old jackets and pants -- cause putting old underwear on your head only works for Anthony Michael Hall. Keeping you cool in the seemingly never-ending warmer months, they've got the lightweight bike messenger-styled 3-Panel (crafted with pieces of old suits), some tweed-made Newsies, and the military-style Cadet, two of which retain a pocket from their former life as pants, making a better slacks-based sequel than Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2...almost. Colder-weather coverings include the short-brimmed Woodsman, which comes with felt-lined ear flaps and's offered in fabrics like a gray/burgundy stripe rescued from an old wool coat, and a gray/black houndstooth from a wool sportcoat, plus full-fleeced/-flapped jobs made of wool jackets called Furry Russians, also a group of deviants who can only achieve orgasm by having sex with their hats.
For those looking for something more work/Timberlake appropriate, they're hawking a pork pie (crushable for easy storage) called The Banker -- who you can totally relate to, what with all the paper you've thrown in the trash the last couple years.