Stetson Takani Sun Hat

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Not all hats - or more specifically the fabrics from which they are made - provide adequate protection from the sun's harmful rays, even when new.

For their Takani sun hat Stetson have used special cotton tested to retain its SPF (Sun Protection Factor) of at least 30, even after 40 washes and 100 hrs of extreme accelerated UV exposure.

Our Stetson Takani sun hat also stays soft through those tests, and is lined with Coolmax fabric designed to wick moisture away from your scalp, to keep you cooler and more comfortable.

Very light - hence the leather lace chinstrap - but the quality is beyond question.

Stetson

John Batterson Stetson was born on May 5th 1830, in East Orange, New Jersey. His father, Stephen Stetson was a successful hatter who ran the No Name Hat Company. The company was known for their superior quality hats and John B. learned the trade as a child. John Batterson Stetson headed west to recover from tuberculosis, which he developed as a young man. He decided to try his luck and venture to Pike’s Peak to seek a fortune in gold. Roughing it in the wilderness, John used primitive felting techniques to create water repellent blankets and the first hat to protect him from the elements. This was the original “Boss of the Plains”; a Western hat that would become the cornerstone of Stetson’s hat business, and is still in production today. To differentiate his products from the competition, John B sent a “Boss of the Plains” hat to each South-Western dealer with a letter asking for an order of a dozen. By the early twentieth century, Stetson owned the world’s largest hat factory. Notable people who wore Stetson hats in the late nineteenth, early twentieth century’s included Colonel William F. Cody “Buffalo Bill”, Calamity Jane, Will Rogers and Annie Oakley.

Cotton

For around 5,000 years, cotton has been a staple choice of fabric for clothing - despite the advent of modern synthetic fibres - thanks to its cool, comfortable feel, durability, and relative ease of production.

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18 Jun 2017
How will I know if this lovely hat will fit? Perhaps there is an adjustable strap inside?
The hat is available in the following sizes:
Size S M L XL XXL
Head Measurement: 55cm, 57cm, 59cm, 61cm, 63cm