- Water repellent.
- Washed cotton liner.
- Eyelet centre back.
- Crown height 8.5 cm.
- Brim width 4 cm.
Pork pie hat khaki dry oilskin canvas Large 58 / 59 cm
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If you like what you see, but would like to make some of your own bespoke customisations then simply drop us a line. We love to create custom hats and can help your design your very own dream hat.
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Using a tape measure of plastic or cloth, measure the circumference of your head just above the top of the ears and just above the brow.
Make sure the tape lies midway on your occipital bone (the small bone in the centre back of your head).
Make it a firm measurement, not too tight or loose. Let it sit how you’d like the hat to sit.
If you are measuring up for a leather hat, I will account for the inevitable give in the leather after a few wears of the hat. This hat does need to be a snug fit at first to allow for the give.
another wonderful hat to add to my collection of jill's creations - top quality materials, design and craftsmanship with wonderful customer service - if you haven't got a hat made by jill you really should be asking yourself why not
many thanks jill