The kolpik is a traditional hat occasionally worn by Hasidic rabbis and by unmarried children on Shabbat. Though the hat is traditional its usage is in decline.
Kolpik’s are always made from brown fur and closely resemble the spodik; a hat made out of black fur and worn by Polish Hasidic Jews. The hat itself is tall and bucket shaped wrapping evenly around the head with vertical sides and a flat apex. Much like a fir top hat without the brim.