We offer this page as a guide to our sizes, we make all efforts to maintain the accuracy of this table, however some sizes do differ. If in doubt please contact us on 01334 769680 or email us at [email protected]
Measure your head at the level you would want the hat to sit when you are wearing it. This can vary a little according to your personal preference, but normally it would be across the middle of the forehead, pass a thumb’s width above your ears and around the widest part of the back of your head. Use a tape measure or a piece of string to find your size in centimetres. The measurement in centimetres, this should be the hat size for you. You may wish to move up or down one size if you like a particularly loose or tight fit.
If you know your hat size in a different measuring system, please use the following conversion chart to convert it to our sizing.
|Borges & Scott||54||55||56||57||58||59||60||61||62|
|UK Hat Size||6 ⅝||6 ¾||6 ⅞||7||7 ⅛||7 ¼||7 ⅜||7 ½||7 ⅝|
|USA Hat Size||6 ¾||6 ⅞||7||7 ⅛||7 ¼||7 ⅜||7 ½||7 ⅝||7 ¾|
If you are buying the hat as a gift, as a starting point we find that our most popular ladies size is 58-59, for gentlemen it’s a size 60-61. The vast majority of our hats are between 59-61 centimeters. So the top end of medium or large. If you choose the wrong size, we’ll be more than happy to exchange it for you.
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