Size Guide & Best Care for your Hat

Inti Panama Hats  teaches you how to measure your head before buying a scarf hat.

Many wonder how to know which is my size or extent of my head before buying a hat recommendation is that the hat fits comfortable, is not very large, this can cause the hat can fly in strong wind, small either, because it would hurt the head to use it.

So what measure would be ideal for me?

All different we own head sizes and is very important to select a measure according to its characteristics, one of the ways in which it can be verify extent is the metric cintra, it has to go over the ears and amid the front to reflect the correct size, if not having a tape can use a string or lanyard and after that measure with a rule, it should be emphasized that if unsure of a size, Example (56 cm or 57 cm) we recommend selecting the greater because it is better that fit a big little by little that fits and can not wear the hat.

In addition ,we provide free  foam Hat Adjuster (when the hat is too big and you want to adjust to smaller size.,please fallow the steps
Best Care for your Hat:
  1. Always handle your hat by the brim. Avoid handling the crown as much as possible. This is particularly true for straw hats. Many people's natural instinct is to grab the hat by the front pinch of the crown however this can cause a lot of damage to hats. Grabbing a hat by the pinch will cause the straw to crack on a panama hat and will eventually wear down the felt on a felt hat until there's a hole in it.
  2. Never rest your hat on its brim while the brim is turned down. Turn it upside down and rest it on the crown. Resting a hat on a down-turned brim will flatten-out the brim. If the brim is snapped up you can rest the hat carefully on the brim.
  3. We recommend regularly dusting your hat with a soft bristled hat brush to keep it clean. This brush is good for removing anything on the surface of the hat, such as dirt, dust, or lint.
  4. Heat will shrink the interior sweatband - avoid exposure to stoves, radiators, lamps and car windows.
  5. Store your hat in a cool dry place to help it to retain its shape and stay clean. Out-of-season, store your hat in a hat box.
If your Hat Gets Wet:
  1. Try to prevent your straw hat from getting wet! Water will cause the straw to swell, discolor, and lose its shape.
  2. If your felt hat gets wet, first return the hat to its original shape, then turn down the interior leather sweatband and rest the hat on the sweatband to dry. Do not rest the hat on it's brim while wet if the brim is turned down. If the brim has been snapped back up you may carefully rest the hat on the brim to dry. Do not expose a wet hat to heat as this will cause the interior leather sweatband to shrink as well as causing irregular patterns in the felt once dry.