Figuring Out your Hat Size

Figuring Out your Hat Size

Are you ready to rock a cowboy hat but not sure how to find the perfect fit? Look no further! Finding the right cowboy hat size is crucial for both comfort and style. Follow these simple steps to figure out your cowboy hat size like a pro.

Measure Your Head

The first step in finding your cowboy hat size is to measure your head. Grab a soft tape measure and wrap it around your head, about 1 inch above your eyebrows. Make sure the tape measure is snug but not too tight. Take note of the measurement in inches.

Use the Size Chart

Once you have your head measurement, refer to a cowboy hat size chart to determine your size. Most cowboy hat brands provide size charts that correlate head measurements to hat sizes. Find your measurement on the chart to identify your perfect cowboy hat size. If your measurement is between two numbers then its suggested it to size up.

Hat Size Inches Metric
6 3/8 20 1/4 51
X-Small 6 1/2 20 5/8 52
6 5/8 21 53
6 3/4 21 1/2 54
Small 6 7/8 21 7/8 55
7    22 1/4 56
7 1/8 22 5/8 57
Large 7 1/4 23    58
7 3/8 23 3/8 59
X-Large 7 1/2 23 3/4 60
7 5/8 24    61
2XL 7 3/4 24 1/2 62
7 7/8 25    63
3XL 8    25 1/2 64


Try Different Styles

Keep in mind that different cowboy hat styles may fit differently, even if they are the same size. If possible, try on a few different styles to see which one feels the most comfortable and looks the best on you. Don't be afraid to experiment with different shapes and brim widths to find your perfect match.

Adjust for a Custom Fit

If your cowboy hat feels a bit loose, you can always adjust the fit for a custom feel. Adding foam hat sizing tape to the sweatband can help tighten the fit. Alternatively, you can use hat sizing foam strips to fill any gaps and ensure a snug fit.

Now that you know how to find your cowboy hat size, you're ready to rock your new accessory with confidence. Whether you're hitting the rodeo or just adding a touch of western flair to your outfit, a cowboy hat is a timeless accessory that never goes out of style. Yeehaw!

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