Pork Pie Hats

Grey Pork Pie Hat Wool Felt


Grey Pork Pie Hat Wool Felt

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Pork Pie Hat

Crown Height is 9cm with a Brim Width of 4cm

100% Wool Felt

Grosgrain Ribbon and Bow Band around bottom of the crown.

Unlined with Inner Cotton Sweatband

Removable Feather

Crushable - so pack it in your suitcase and shake it back into shape

Popularised in the USA by Buster Keaton, the Pork Pie reached it's height of popularity in the 1940's. However, it's now worn by hipsters and jazz aficionados around the world. More recently, it came to symbolise Walter Whites' alter ego 'Heisenberg' in the cult TV series Breaking Bad
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    Cotswold Country Hats
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  • How to measure your hat size

    Please note this is a general guide as different head shapes may also affect your hat size and it can also depend on where the hat sits on your head and the style of the hat too. 

    If a hat is too small, it will sit too high up on your head so if you are in-between sizes, it's generally best to go up a size and add some hat padding. Some hats have a sweatband that you can place padding under to help it fit a bit tighter.

    We sell hat adjuster pads which can be found here if your hat is a little loose and has a sweatband.

    International Hat Size Conversion Chart:

    International Hat Size Chart

    Here's a quick video to show you how to measure to find out your hat size:

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A stunning hat

I bought this for a friend who loves 'pork pie' hats. Didn't know what to expect but as soon as I opened the box I was amazed. A stunning hat. Beautifully made. The recipient was absolutely delighted!

Tracey Williams | Clevedon | July 2021

top hat!!

exactly what i hoped. Excellent fit and good quality. would definitely recommend

chris | London | November 2021

Grey pork pie hat

Great fit i have the grey and blue porkpie hats great for all genders

William Bray | North Staffs | November 2022