The traditional pawkul Chitrali Cap (Pakistan Cap - Kufi) is made of lamb's wool and is round on top and has a long, cylindrical side, which is worn rolled up in the summer and can be rolled down in winter to protect the ears. It is warm and comfortable.
The pawkul is worn in a way that is similar to a beret, but it is adjustable. To adjust the size, the wearer rolls the hat from the base tighter or more loosely to create both the desired fit and style. The inside crown of the hat is lined in a thin satin-like fabric.
Chitral is in Pakistan's Pakhtunkhwa area. This cap is native to north Pakistan and might be worn by some Afghani Pathans but in the main it's native to Pashtuns in North Pakistan's pashtun region, known as the Pakol Cap.