Hunter Crushable Hat - Heathered Olive Bison Gear The Buffalo Wool Co. Small
Hunter Crushable Hat - Heathered Olive Bison Gear The Buffalo Wool Co.
Hunter Crushable Hat - Heathered Olive

Hunter Crushable Hat - Heathered Olive

Regular price $ 115.00 Sale price$ 105.00 Save $ 10.00

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  • Made in the USA
  • 20% bison / 80% wool
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The functional and fun "Hunter" is perfect for the outdoorsman who prefers the colder months with which to journey and enjoy the earth. Ideal to wear during rain, snow, sleet, or hail, the broad-brimmed rustic style bends but never breaks. And the lightweight LiteFelt® material repels these elements with considerable style, for a felt fedora with which fellow campers, wanderers, and journeymen can marvel! Be noticed on your travels.

  • Water repellent wool/bison blend felt
  • Springs back to shape after rolling up or stuffing into a pack
  • Genuine leather with bronze Thunderbird accents
  • 4" Crown & 3" Brim
  • Made exclusively for us by Bailey Hats, Adamstown, PA. 

Hat Sizing Guide

Hat Size USA Inches CM
Small 6 3/4 21 1/8 54
6 7/8 21 1/2 55
Medium 7 21 7/8 56
7 1/8 22 1/4 57
Large 7 1/4 22 5/8 58
7 3/8 23 59
X Large 7 1/2 23 1/2 60
7 5/8 23 7/8 61

How to Find Your Hat Size

  1. First, get yourself a tape measure made from a flexible material like cloth, fabric, or bendable plastic.
  2. Wrap the tape around your head, making sure you measure above your ears at the area where you prefer to wear your hat.

Although it is a matter of personal choice, a good spot to measure is the widest part of your head, as that’s where a hat often fits the best. When you get a measurement, consult the charts above to figure out your size.

Sizing Tips:

  • Measure several times to ensure you’re getting an accurate measurement.
  • Don’t pull the tape too tight; you always want to err on the side of having a little too much room.
  • If you fall between two sizes, we strongly recommend that you choose the larger in the interest of comfort.
  • Head sizes and shapes differ from region to region. The most common male size is 7-3/8 and the average hat size for females is 7-1/4

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Based on 51 reviews
ForestDi56 (Trego, US)
Love it!

It’s a shame these aren’t being made anymore. But I love mine.

James L. (Fremont, US)
A perfect hat from Buffalo Wool Co!

A perfect hat, and a perfect fit!

Erika H. (Freeport, US)
The perfect hat!

I finally found the best hat! I got the small for a peanut-sized head and it’s a perfect fit. Pretty much wear it every day. Lovely company with excellent customer service!

Ed M. (Columbus, US)
Great quality & very comfortable

This is a very well-made hat and is very comfortable. Hat arrived quickly and in great shape. I will looking at trying more products from The Buffalo Wool Company. Great products, great folks!

Cynthia M. (Dell Rapids, US)
Love my Hunter hat

The hat fits perfectly, love the color and quality!

Connor (La Center, US)
This is the best hat I ever bought.

I bought this mainly for hiking in the Pacific Northwest and mucking about in the rain feeding chickens and the like. Well, enter snow storms. I've been out in blizzard-like conditions over the last couple of days, and this hat has been a godsend. Waterproof. Stays on. And incredibly warm. It obviously doesn't really keep your ears warm like a beanie type hat, but in temps around 20˚ - 30˚'s, I have found it helps keep me so warm, my ears have not been cold.

I went out in the middle of the night, in blizzard conditions, to deal with my frozen well. This was the hat that went with me, on snowshoes, in the dark, 30 - 40 mph gusts of wind, and 15 mph sustained, blowing snow. It kept the snow out of my face, my head warm, and helped keep the wind off me.

I. Love. This. Hat.

GARY H. (Temple, US)
Loved this hat, until it was stolen

I bought a dark brown version of this hat at the Taos Wool Festival several years ago, and got compliments everywhere I went. It was really nice and warm, and I wore it all winter for one winter before it was lifted from my car in Austin. I thought of it today, while we're in the middle of the polar vortex with lows in the teens here in central Texas, so I decided to try to find it. I really miss it. Looks like the dark brown is no longer available, however, and this one is not available in XL.

thomas d. (Huntsville, US)
Love this hat.

I bought this hat for an upcoming winter backpacking trip, plus loved the look. I had never seen it in person so you could say I bought on faith and based on the reviews I read. It arrived quickly and once I saw it and put in on my head, I've worn it almost daily. Love the hat. It's comfortable, it's warm, it's a great rain shelter and it just looks good. It's brim is just the right size and the overall sihloutte is perfect. I own 2 Stetsons but I fear they'll get little use now. Can't wait to wear while camping.

S&D Spinning Mill, Millbury, MA, USA

Designed from the Ground Up

The Dearnley Family has been running S & D Spinning since the 1800s. This is one of the last large scale wool mills left in the U.S. and they are absolutely crucial to us keeping our production here in the U.S.

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