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Boris - Anti-Drip Fabric Bucket Hat

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Oran - Reversible Bucket Hat

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Boris - Fabric Bucket Hat

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Rudol - Unlined Fabric Bucket Hat

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Harbor - Organic Cotton Bucket Hat

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Reversible Bucket Hat in Waterproof Fabric Model Nadir

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Bucket Hat Model Boris Pink Edition by Doria 1905 x LILT

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Bucket Hat in Waterproof Fabric with Technical Mesh Balaclava and Chinstrap Model Boris

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Reversible Bucket Hat in Sheepskin and Wool Model Vadim

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Roll-up and Reversible Bucket with Leather Lanyard Oran Model

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Small Suede Wing Bucket Hat with Check Underwings Aliseo style

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Prince of Wales fabric lined bucket hat Rudol style

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Reversible Bucket Hat in Waterproof Technical Fabric Rudol Model

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Aliseo Small Winged Fabric Rain Hat

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Rudol Pattern Tweed Woven Lined Bucket Hat

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Unlined Denim Bucket Hat with stitching Rudol style

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Reversible Bucket Hat in drop-proof and wind-proof fabric Model Ostro

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Summer and Winter Fisherman Hats

Men's and women's fisherman or fisherman's hats have become an essential accessory for men's and women's wardrobes of all ages in recent years: serving the function of covering from the sun's rays in summer and sheltering from frost and inclement weather, the fisherman has taken on a very important role within men's outfits.

Much sought after by young fashionistas and fashion bloggers, the fisherman's hat has also started to be used by young people because of its ease in making a very simple outfit into something more stylish and chic by adding just one accessory.

The difference between summer and winter fishing hats is the material they are made of: fabrics that are more or less lightweight, others that are water-resistant or completely waterproof, and finally the most sought-after which are straw hats.

Fisherman's Hat: the story

A "fisherman's or fisherman's" hat is generally designated the bucket hat. A truncated cone hat where the wing is short and continues the conical shape.

Used by recreational anglers for lake or river fishing, it is generally made of cotton, lightweight and pocketable.

Fashion has sealed its return several times since 1960, often making it a seasonal must-have.

How to Choose the Right Fisherman's Hat for You

To choose the right fisherman hat for your needs, you need to pay close attention and try to understand the intended use of this accessory. For a party or informal occasion, the fisherman hat serves to downplay one's outfit. One must be careful, however, to stay in line with one's look.

Certainly the season greatly influences the choice of hat: depending on the period, summer or winter, we will have to opt for hats with more or less heavy fabrics. Choosing a summer accessory involves lighter materials such as linen or some technical fabrics; in the opposite case or a more winter choice we will opt for felt or water-resistant or waterproof fabrics.

Finally, the last factor to be taken into account will certainly be one's own style to which the chosen hat should be matched. Style is different for every person and the hat accentuates this factor even more.

How to Choose the Right Hat Size

Choosing the right hat size is always a critical moment, also because every hat made by hand and then sold in hat shops has very different sizes compared to the classic ones that clothing shops have accustomed us to.

Hat sizes are calculated in centimetres and range from size 55 (the smallest) to 62 (the largest). There is a very simple and quick procedure to find out which size is right for you.

To calculate your correct hat size all you have to do is take a tape measure, measure the circumference of your head by holding the tape measure just one centimetre above your ears, which is the point where your hat will fit perfectly.

If you don't have a tape measure, you can calculate the size simply by using a piece of string, a string or a shoelace from your shoes: in the same way as before, use the tape measure to calculate the circumference, mark with a pen or a felt-tip pen the point where the two parts of the shoelace meet and then use a ruler or a normal tape measure to measure the shoelace.