HOW TO MEASURE
- STEP 1: Find a cloth measuring tape or a length of string long enough that it can be wrapped around the circumference of your head.
- STEP 2: Looking in a mirror, begin measuring by wrapping the string or cloth tape around your head where a hat would comfortably sit. We suggest measuring about an inch above the brow, a finger width distance above the ear and across the most prominent point of the back of your head.
- STEP 3: Mark the point where the two ends of the string or tape join together. If using a string, lay flat against a measuring tape to get your measurement in inches or centimeters.
- STEP 4: Be sure to measure twice for accuracy and review our sizing chart to select the size that will best suit you. If you are between sizes, we recommend sizing up.
To keep your Brixton hat in optimal condition and prevent fading, store woven, felt and straw headwear out of direct sunlight (fading will occur if colored felt is exposed to sunlight over time). Stuff the crown of your hat with tissue paper to keep the brim supported when storing over a long period of time.
Some hat brims may bend or warp if not hung up or kept on a flat surface. Felt and straw hats can be re-shaped using steam, however we suggest locating a professional to assist you before trying this at home.
Spot clean your hat with a cloth, dampened with warm water if it becomes soiled. Please do not use any harsh, cleaning chemicals as this may damage the original quality of the hat. Allow to air dry by placing it in an open space. Please do not dry hats by putting in the dryer or using high heat, as this may also damage the quality of the hat.
We do not recommend dry cleaning your hat as some interlinings and brims may become distorted.
Brixton will not be held responsible for replacing hats that are damaged by water, sunlight, soiling or other wear & tear issues caused by the owner. If your hat arrives damaged or defective, please reference our Damages policy for more information on how to proceed.