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Men's straw hat, 'Equator' - Men's Ecuadorian Straw Panama Hat with Ribbon Trim Curate

Product ID: 327206

Equator Men's Ecuadorian Straw Panama Hat with Ribbon Trim

Craftspeople in Ecuador have made hats from the fibers of the flexible and... more

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Craftspeople in Ecuador have made hats from the fibers of the flexible and durable toquilla palm tree for more than 400 years. Despite their origins, they're known as Panama hats because that's the port from which they were shipped to North America and Europe. This structured Panama hat features a pinched, two-tone crown and a grosgrain ribbon band.

Professional cleaning only.

Measurement Instructions:
Measure largest part of head just above the brow.

   S  M  L  XL 
INCHES 22 1/4  22 5/8  23  23 1/2 
CM 57  58  59  60 
US HAT SIZE 7 1/8  7 1/4  7 3/8  7 1/2 

  • 0.90 kgs
  • 2.0 lbs

  • Straw
  • Free Gift Wrap? No
  • Premium Gift Wrap? No
  • Made in Ecuador.
  • Ships fast from USA.
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"Surprisingly wonderful craftsmanship!"

My husband loves this hat. The slight color variations in the straw in the upper and top makes a unique and subtle herringbone type of pattern and really sets it off. The brim is broader than most he has worn previously and he likes this much better. The quality is first rate. Obviously made by a real craftsman.

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