Works best if someone helps you measure your head for you. Get a tape measure, NOT a metal one. The ones used for sewing work well. Fit tape measure snugly all the way around widest part of head approximately 1" above the eyebrow, just above the ears and at the point on the back of your head that will give you the largest measurement. Find the measurement to the nearest 1/8 of an inch. Use the Sizing Chart to convert this measurement in inches to a hat size of S, M, L, or XL.
|HEAD SIZE||HAT SIZE
Getting The Correct Size
|20 3/4||53||6 5/8||XS|
|21 1/8||54||6 3/4||S|
|21 1/2||55||6 7/8|
|22 1/4||57||7 1/8|
|22 5/8||58||7 1/4||L|
|23 1/2||60||7 1/2||XL|
|23 7/8||61||7 5/8|
|24 1/4||62||7 3/4||XXL|
|24 5/8||63||7 7/8|
Be sure to measure correctly! Always double check everything!
1/8 of an inch is the same as 2/16 of an inch. Often, a measuring tape will break an inch into 16ths. In that case, two tiny lines on your measuring tape should be the same as 1/8 of an inch.
Likewise, 3/8 is the same as 6/16.
And, 5/8 is the same as 12/16.
And lastly, 7/8 is the same as 14/16.
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The above guide is based on industry standards. As with all manufactured goods there is some variance with different manufacturers and styles.