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Sizing Chart

Sizing Chart

We have created a unique chart for our customers in inches, centimeters, and U.S. sizing dimensions in order to have an exact accurate size. We highly recommend referring to this chart and measuring your head with a tape measure before placing an order.





XX-Small 20½in 52cm
X-Small 20¾,21¼in 53-54cm 6⅝,6¾
Small 21¾ 22in 55-56cm 6⅞,7
Medium 22½,22¾in 57-58cm 7⅛,7¼
Large 23¼,23¾in 59-60cm 7⅜,7½
X-Large 24,24½in 61-62cm 7⅛,7¾
XX-Large 24¾,25in 63-64cm 7⅞,8

The correct method to gauge the quality of a hat is by counting the threads at the base of the crown within a selected square inch area. This means for instance, in a 50 grade hat there will be 2,500 threads counted within that square inch area. However, to simplify the counting process, artisans have kept the traditional and genuine “inch way” to gauge the thread count with the help of a tape measure and a very thin needle. Placing the tape on the base of the crown and counting the threads within an inch with the needle, will dictate the finesse of the hat. Grades measured within an inch go from 14 grades to 50 grades (196 grades to 2,500 grades on the square-inch method).