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How to measure your head

We prefer that you measure your head in centimeters because it tends to be more accurate than inches. Measure several times to ensure accuracy.

step 1

To measure your head size where your hat will sit, gather a cloth measuring tape or a simple string.

step 2

Start at the back of your head by gently wrapping the measuring tape or string towards your forehead a half inch (temple area) above your ears. Meet both ends of the measuring tape or string at the center of your forehead above the eyebrows.

step 3

Mark where those two points meet and measure the distance between the start and end points. If using a string, measure the start and end points against a ruler to find your hat size. Use this measurement to determine your hat size. Hat sizes vary by style, so be sure to check the unique fit for each.

Enter your measured head size

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  • Rainer Felt Hat - KIN THE LABEL
  • Rainer Felt Hat - KIN THE LABEL
  • Rainer Felt Hat - KIN THE LABEL
  • Rainer Felt Hat - KIN THE LABEL
  • Rainer Felt Hat - KIN THE LABEL
  • Rainer Felt Hat - KIN THE LABEL



The Rainer hat in whiskey features a tall crown, mid-length brim and is finished with a dark burgundy cord with metal accents.


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  • Whiskey stiffened wool felt
  • Burgundy cord with gold metal accent
  • Crown: 4"
  • Brim: 2.5"
  • Made in the USA
  • 58 cm - Medium
  • 59 cm - Large
  • 61 cm - Extra Large
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If you are not happy with your purchase, you may return your unworn item(s) within 14 days from the day you received your shipment. Sale items or items purchased with a discount code are eligible for store credit only. For more info, visit our Return Policy.

All in the Process

Our wool hats, made using the finest American wool and are beautifully crafted by experienced hands–80 if you’re counting– and go through 40 steps to complete.