No two heads are the same, so it’s always best to measure first to get the perfect fit.
Step 1: Use a measuring tape to take the measurement. Otherwise, use a ribbon to take the size then use a ruler to find the measurement.
Step 2: Choose a hat size with the smallest measurement closest to your child's head measurement.
Please note: Our Ladies hats won’t adjust like some of the children’s hats do and you’re likely not going to do anymore growing so it’s best to choose a hat where your head size is comfortably in the middle of the size ranges.
Introducing the Explorer Kids Reversible Hat!
When you don’t want too much pattern, Bark is perfect! Almost a stripe, and in colours of olive, brown and beige, it’s a great neutral for both boys and girls. Flip it over for a beautiful shade of olive green.
It’s all about the details! With a tapered crown with horizontal band and sweet stitch detail on the brim, our Explorer Classic Bucket hats are a style step up from the usual bucket hat! Light and cool on heads, kids will barely notice they’re wearing a hat! Made from 100% eco-friendly linen which can self-cool in summer and warm in winter, the Explorer hat provides UPF50+ sun protection without overheating heads. The wide brims shield eyes and faces all year round, while the woven interfacing and thin cord edge in the brim gives a little more flexibility and shape without flopping in eyes.
Fully reversible with a pattern on one side and a coordinating solid colour on the other, you get two hats for the price of one. Adjustable ties at the back of the crown allow the perfect fit to be achieved, and elasticated straps tie under chins to keep hats in place. The elastic in the ties allows stretch and comfort, and ensures the ties aren’t too tight.
We recommend choosing a hat size with the smallest measurement closest to your child's head measurement. Our Wanderer Panelled Bucket Hats have adjustable ties in the crown to get the perfect fit to your child’s head size with a 4cm range in each hat. By choosing the smallest size of the range, you will get the most wear out of it.
FOR EXAMPLE: If your child’s head measures 51cm, you will want the 50-54cm hat to ensure plenty of future wear. If your child’s head is measuring 53cm, it’s best to go to the 54-58cm as you can pull in the ties to make the hat size 54cm.