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HOW TO FIGURE OUT WHATSUMMER HAT SIZING
TRADITIONAL STYLING( In the most popular way)
How to Measure
Simply get your cloth measuring tape and place it around your head over your occipital bone (the furthest part on the back of your head).
Bring the measure around to the front of your head. About 5 mm above your ears and position it in the centre of your forehead, or just above the eyebrows (depending on where you want your hat to sit).
Check what size your measuring tape says. Make sure when measuring the tape is not too loose or too tight. If in between sizes, we recommend going up in size. E.g if you measure 58 cm and there is no 58 cm in the style you are after, we recommend going up to size 59 cm. We also recommend adding a hat filler to your order if you are in between sizes as these can tailor the hat to fit your head perfectly.
2. HALO STYLING
How to Measure
This is the “halo” style of wearing a hat. Choose this option if this is the way you will choose to wear your hat.Simply get your cloth measuring tape and place it around your head over your occipital bone (the furthest part on the back of your head).
Bring the measure around to the front of your head. About 5 mm above your ears and position it at the top of your forehead (beginning of hairline).
HAT_ Sizing Chart
There is no such thing as an overall correct fit. You must ensure your hat fits the way YOU want it to. It is entirely a matter of personal preference and whatever feels right to you. A tighter fitting hat stays on better for people who are active – think a festival or day at the beach, your hat will also sit higher on your head. A looser fitting hat is more comfortable to wear for extended periods of time (4+ hours) and will sit lower on your head.