Tina M Copenhagen Yindi Big Brim Fedora - Khaki/Natural

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To measure your head, place a measuring tape or string/wool around your head where the hat would sit. (This is generally around 1.5 centimetres above your eyebrows or 2.5 centimetres above your ears.) The tape should feel as you wish the hat to feel when wearing it i.e. not too tight or too loose. The length of this circumference is your hat size. Remember that hats can have internal comfy-fit or ties to adjust the size, which we have labelled where applicable. This allows you to choose a hat that can be 2cm-3cm larger than your head as it can be tightened to fit.

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RETURNS

If you are unhappy with your purchase for any reason simply return it within 30 days and it will be promptly exchanged or a refund issued. We will accept the return of all items including swimsuits, but not briefs.

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upf 50+ UPF 50+

Designer Collection Tina M Copenhagen

Beautiful wide 10cm brim quality Panama like fedora. Handmade from the finest natural Japanese glazed fibres. The tightness and the finesse of the weave combined with the time spent in weaving this design characterises it's high quality. The Yindi fedora design has been carefully finished with a beautiful Aboriginal designed scarf by Norman Cox. By purchasing this style you are supporting this Aboriginal Artist who receives a royalty for every product sold.

Material: 100% Natural Japanese glazed fibres

Features:

  • UPF50+ Sun Protection
  • Hand Made
  • Internal drawstring size adjuster 58cm
  • Spot Clean
  • 10cm wide brim

NORMAN COX

 

Norman Cox was born in 1934 and lived at the Yilili community with family members in the Kimberley region in Western Australia. Norman enjoyed producing traditional Aboriginal craft and paintings. His work has sold in galleries in the Kimberley, Perth and to buyers from Europe, Japan and America.

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