Hanna Hats Donegal Touring Cap – Green Fleck

$54.98

Description

Hanna Hats Donegal Touring Cap – Green Fleck

The Hanna Hats Donegal Touring Cap – Green Fleck is a streamlined, tailored fit cap ideal for those who prefer a slimmer silhouette. The style sports an integrated, stitched-down curved peak and a deep back for a secure fit.
Each piece is crafted using authentic, high-quality Irish & Scottish Harris woollen tweeds. Wool is an ideal, natural fabric for headwear as it naturally warm, breathable, stain resistant, crease resistant and above all eco-friendly. Whether looking for a traditional herringbone tweed, or perhaps a famous Salt & Pepper tweed with vibrant colourful flecks, the extensive Hanna Hats Flat Cap Fabric Collection offers a myriad of choice.

· Handcrafted in Ireland
· Tailored Fit Style
· Deep Back
· Integrated Curved Peak
· 100% Wool
· Fully Lined with Viscose Lining
· Gentle Dry Clean
· Suitable for all Gender

Hanna Hats Adult Size Chart

  1. Please measure your head with a tape measure at the widest point (just above the ears or eyebrows).
  2. Note the measurement in centimetres or inches.
  3. Use the chart below to determine which size (S, M, L, XL, XXL) hat or cap you should order

         Hanna Hat Size Chart

Additional information

Size

Small 56-57cm, Medium 58-59cm, Large 60-61cm, XL 62-63cm, 2XL 64-65cm

Material

Tweed (from 100% Wool)

Handcrafted by

Hanna Hats, Donegal Town,County Donegal, Ireland

Cleaning & Care

1. Products should be stored in cool, dry, airy conditions and not exposed to direct sunlight.
2. Wool products are naturally water repellent.
3. Products should be dried naturally and not placed directly onto heaters as scorch marks may ensue.
4. Products should not be machine washed or tumble dried.
5. Products should not be treated with substances (e.g.) starch, soaps, sprays.

6. Products should be dry cleaned only using a delicate cycle with less moisture.

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