Glen Lyon tweed has a wonderful feel to it, some would say almost rough, but the tweed is made for a purpose and that it is to withstand the Scottish elements and hard use by stalkers, ghillies and shooting men; this quality of tweed has been supplied as an estate cloth to many estates for decades.
I give below a chart to link Imperial sizes with continental.
International Hat Size Chart
|British (inch)||U.S (inch)||European (cm)||Circumference (inches)|
|6 5/8||6 3/4||54||21.26|
|6 3/4||6 7/8||55||21.65|
|7 1/8||7 1/4||58||22.83|
|7 1/4||7 3/8||59||23.23|
|7 3/8||7 1/2||60||23.62|
|7 1/2||7 5/8||61||24.01|
|7 5/8||7 3/4||62||24.40|
|7 3/4||7 7/8||63||24.80|
How To Measure
Use a flexible measuring tape, wrap it gently around your head, making sure that the tape I located halfway on your occipital bone (the humped part of the back of your head).
Mark the around the head the exact circumference and measure a few times to ensure that you have the correct size.
Don’t pull the measuring tape to tightly! Your hat will be to tight and uncomfortable.
Match the circumference to the hat sizes in the chart above.
If your cap doesn’t fit we are happy to exchange it for a different size, if the size is available.