- Sold OutLarge
Made By Hand
- SIlverbelly wool felt
- Cream leather band
- Crown: 3.75"
- Brim: 3.25"
- Made in the Montreal, Canada
- 57cm - Medium
- 59cm - Large
Women’s fair trade, eco friendly hats – bringing you today’s most popular styles, along with the evergreen classic hats we bring for you. Our entire Kin The Label line is fair trade – every hat so you can choose whatever and make your statement while looking beautiful and sexy. These hats for women are organic, eco friendly, and handmade –for all seasons: fall, winter, spring and summer. Enjoy your shopping with conscience, with us.
Perfect for Christmas holiday shopping. Fair trade women’s hats are being shopped for every day by more and more women who include conscience and statement shopping as part of who they are. For us, it means each of our Kin the Label hats is fashioned by craftspeople who are paid fairly for their skilled labor, and who work in safe and comfortable conditions. We pay a fair wage to the people crafting all of our hats, whether it being a straw sun beach hat, or a winter wool hat or a wool beanie, or a hat for all seasons and many occasions. Our fair trade women’s hats are also custom designed, so you get the advantage of exceptionally great looks with fair trade manufacturing ethics.
Eco friendly hats for women and men are also of great importance to consumers whose shopping ethic includes a leaving a minimum footprint on the environment and ecology of the planet.
Our eco green women’s hats are made from all natural materials that are manufactured with having no detrimental impact on the environment and, as well, the animal ecology of the sheep for our wool.
Buy online our eco friendly hats, which are very affordable, and have your headwear reflect your eco green living statements.
Our fair trade hat shop store is national, plus our roots are in San Francisco, so we offer our fair trade eco friendly hats locally across the entire SF Bay Area. In San Jose, Oakland, Fremont, Hayward up to Berkeley and Concord. From San Mateo up through Marin and Sonoma counties.
1782 Filbert street, San Francisco, CA, 94123.