Big Gus

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Description

This Hat is a Gus style with a 4 1/2″ Brim and a 5 3/4″ Crown. The color is Whisky.

Product Description

This hat is Sand in color and the crown is 6″ the brim  is 3″ In the picture you see the vintage leather hat band with brass dots. It has a sheepskin sweat band.

 

European Hare: Black, Charcoal Grey, Steel, Granite, Bone, Camel, Sand, Silver Mist, Sahara, Pecan, Whiskey, Dark Brown, Rust, Burgundy, Dark Moss, Forest Green, Navy,  Black Cherry, White, Red, Royal Blue, Powder Blue, Purple, Pink, Orange, Gold, Yellow.

50% Beaver:Black, Charcoal Grey, Steel, Granite, Bone, Camel, Sand, Silver Mist, Sahara, Pecan, Whiskey, Dark Brown, Rust, Burgundy, Dark Moss, Forest Green, Navy, Natural, Black Cherry, White.

100% Beaver: Black,  Steel, Granite, Bone, Camel, Sand, Silver Mist, Sahara, Pecan, Whiskey, Dark Brown,  Burgundy, Dark Moss,  Navy, Natural, Black Cherry, White, Dark Grey.

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Measuring Instructions

Preferably using a tailors tape either in inches or meters, measure the circumference of your head, 1/2 to 3/4 of an inch above your eyebrows around the back of the head at the position where you wish your hat to be. Do this three(3) times. You will get three different measurements, don’t average them! Give me all three(3) measurements ( ‘measure three times before you cut once).

You can also do it with three(3) piece’s of string. Follow the instructions above and measure the three strings. It is important that the string hugs your head as you would wish a fine hat to fit. Send me the three measurements.

 

Hat-Size-Chart 4

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