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Sunset Straw Hat – Vented

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14 reviews
Today's Price: $19.95
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Come visit our store in Kidron any day of the week, and you'll see quite a few of these straw hats bobbing around the town square. They're favored by the Amish but also popular with other local folk, from farmers to weekend gardeners. They shade your eyes from the sun, protect your skin from harmful UV rays, plus they just look good. Wear one to work in the garden, to plow the back field or on a walk into town.
  • Practical in any season
  • Vented detail lets air in to cool your head
  • Classic design with 3"W brim and distinctive 3/4"W black band
  • Leather-like sweatband inside
  • Choose from four sizes: small, medium, large or extra large
  • Locally made by the Amish
For sizing information, see below.
This item has options!
Now available in four sizes (each sold separately):
Small-About 20-3⁄4" head size   
Medium-About 21-3⁄4" head size  
Large-About 22-3⁄4" head size   
Extra Large-About 23-3⁄4" head size     

Customer Reviews of Sunset Straw Hat – Vented
Product Rating: 4.4 out of 5.0(14 reviews)
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- 6/11/2014
said: Janice
"Bought this for my husband. Was afraid when he got it he wouldn't like the high crown, but he loves it. No complaints whatsoever. The quality is outstanding, especially for the low cost. Hat was packaged with great care. I asked if he minded the naugehyde sweatband because some of the previous reviewers had complained about that, but he doesn't mind it at all. Would highly recommend."
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- 10/11/2012
said: Denise
"Bought this hat for my nephew to replace on that had originally belonged to my father. It fits him perfectly,it is beautifully constructed and we love that it is American made. That is very important to us."
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- 12/13/2011
said: Ross
"The vinyl sweatband in this hat makes it unwearable in hot and humid weather."
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- 7/16/2013
said: Gus
" When I first received the hat, I thought "Oh no! The crown is too high." I have changed my opinion and like everything about the hat, now. The crown is a bit over 5 inches on the highest part of the sides. Remember that Indy Jones' fedora had an unusually high 5 inch crown. Typical crowns are around 4 inches, in my experience. I had understood that medium crowns were best for block heads like mine. What helps very much with aesthetics is little or no taper on this hat. Round or square faces should never wear a hat with substantial taper. Long headed and long faced folks seem to be able to wear any type of taper and the highest of crowns without looking silly. Keep in mind that Stetson designed his Boss of the Plains with a very high crown to insulate from extreme heat and cold. The beauty of this high crown is that pulled down snugly to the ears, the crown will not touch a sweaty head. Combined with the synthetic sweat band, the designer has increased the service life before the hat gets grubby looking from sweat. Interesting crown is a combination telescope and center dent. Fine craftsmanship gives pride of ownership, even for what is a relatively inexpensive straw hat. The nearly outlandishly high crown, combined with a plain but elegant style creates a pleasing image of some sort of farmer-adventurer, which may explain why I can't avoid an expression of smug self-satisfaction while I am wearing it. Arrived carefully packed in paper by an expert packer. I highly recommend the hat and the vendor. Hat seemed a tiny bit snug at first try, but a few minutes later, right on the money for a large(7 3/8 US, 59 Euro)I think my head had to shape it from an oval into a square. "
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