The "Outback" Olive brown - Adventures Fedora Bison Gear The Buffalo Wool Co. Small

The "Outback" Olive brown - Adventures Fedora

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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  • In-stock orders placed before 2 PM CST M-F will ship same day.

The functional and fun "The Outback" 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 crushable felt 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 pack
  • Genuine leather and feather band
Made exclusively for us by Bollman 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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Customer Reviews

Based on 72 reviews
John M. (Emporia, US)
Great hat

Another satisfying purchase. Well made, true to size. I like it a lot.

Jimmie B. (Sacramento, US)
Buffalo Fedora

Cold rain in Oregon does not soak thru and dries without staining. My head is warm and dry…my new Fav hat!!

John C. (Lombard, US)

I love this hat! Makes an old goat like me look intelligent and sophisticated. Very high quality as well. Couldn't be more pleased with my purchase!

Colin R. (Doha, QA)
Outback hat

A well made and very comfortable hat, which will serve me well in the South African bush as well as my world travels.

Jonathan B. (Sandy, US)

Great hat! Quality material and fit

Allan M. (Dallas, US)

I have now purchased this hat and a pair of half gloves, from these fine folks. I really only know one word to explain both.


David T. (Newport Coast, US)
New Fav Hat!

Always on the look out for my new favorite hat, and this one made the grade. I have several from all the top hat brands and this one is exceptionally soft and comfortable. Didn't really know much about Buffalo uses, but these yarns are a real winner. Will look to try out some other products such as the socks. I want to buy another hat at BWC that caught my eye when my size is back in stock. My size is usually at the low end of XL, (60mm, 7.5, etc) and this hat in XL fit perfectly with no need of sizers.

Mark W. (Lakeland, US)
Outback wool hat

Exceeded expectations
Ordering another for a friend

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.

Read more about how we spin our American bison yarns

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