Navy Hat Bag in Canvas Fabric and Ocean Model Leather Details


The Ocean bag is made of coriander-colored canvas fabric with ocean blue leather details. It is a sporty model, characterized by a classic design and a vintage touch. It is a perfect travel companion, whose salient peculiarity lies in the presence of an internal compartment distinct from the main pocket. The latter can hold up to three hats, rather than your most valuable items, or simply what you want to separate from the main pocket for convenience or need. This compartment, located in the lower part of the bag, is equipped with a zip closure and is protected by a semi-rigid shell capable of protecting its contents and keeping your hats in shape. Internally Ocean is enriched with details such as pockets, cell phone compartment and key hook.


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Navy Hat Bag in Canvas Fabric and Ocean Model Leather Details


  • Canvas and Leather


  • Height: 58 cm
  • Hat Compartment Height: 15 cm
  • Diameter: 35 cm
  • Shoulder strap: Adjustable
How to choose the size?

How to Choose the Right Hat Size

Choosing the correct hat size is always a critical moment also because each hat made with craftsmanship and then sold in hats have very different sizes compared to the classic ones to which clothing stores have become accustomed.

The sizes for hats are calculated in centimeters and range from size 55 (the smallest) up to 62 (the largest); to understand which is the most suitable size for us we need to follow an extremely simple and quick procedure.

To calculate your correct hat size, all you need to do is take a tailor's tape measure, measure the circumference of your head keeping the tape measure just one centimeter above your ears, which is the point where your hat will fit perfectly.

If you do not have a tailor's meter, you can calculate the size simply using a piece of string, a string or a lace of your shoes: in the same procedure as before, calculate the circumference with the meter, mark with a pen or a felt-tip pen at the point where the two parts of the lace meet, after which with a ruler or a normal meter measure the lace.