First, how would you wear your hat?

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You will need to have a cloth tape measure handy and it helps if you have assistance from another person to ensure accuracy.

Do not pull the tape measure too tight or your hat will fit just as snug. Measure exactly how you like wearing your hats. Do not try to measure the inside of a hat, this never works. It’s much easier and accurate to measure your head or have assistance.

Measure Your Head

Measure for the Halo style:

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With a cloth tape measure start at the center front of the forehead. Hold the tape firm, then pull around to the ear, at the angle desired above the ear. Continue under your occipital bone which is located in the back of your head, then back around following the same procedure ending at the starting point.
You will either have inches or centimeters depending on the type of tape measure used.

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Measure for the Classic style:

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With a cloth tape measure start at the center front of the forehead. Hold the tape firm, then pull around to the ear, at about an index finger above the ear. Continue over your occipital bone which is located in the back of your head, then back around following the same procedure ending at the starting point.
You will either have inches or centimeters depending on the type of tape measure used.

Select Your Measurement

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Select your measurement (cm):

Head Measurement

  • US Hat Size-
  • UK Hat Size-
  • Head Size in IN-
  • Hat Size-
  • US Hat Size6 5/8
  • UK Hat Size6 1/2
  • Head Size in IN20 7/8
  • Hat SizeX-Small
  • US Hat Size6 3/4
  • UK Hat Size6 5/8
  • Head Size in IN21 1/4
  • Hat SizeSmall
  • US Hat Size6 7/8
  • UK Hat Size6 3/4
  • Head Size in IN21 5/8
  • Hat SizeSmall
  • US Hat Size7
  • UK Hat Size6 7/8
  • Head Size in IN22
  • Hat SizeMedium
  • US Hat Size7 1/8
  • UK Hat Size7
  • Head Size in IN22 1/8
  • Hat SizeMedium
  • US Hat Size7 1/4
  • UK Hat Size7 1/8
  • Head Size in IN22 7/8
  • SIZELarge
  • US Hat Size7 3/8
  • UK Hat Size7 1/4
  • Head Size in IN23 1/4
  • Hat SizeLarge
  • US Hat Size7 1/2
  • UK Hat Size7 3/8
  • Head Size in IN23 5/8
  • Hat Sizex-Large
  • US Hat Size7 5/8
  • UK Hat Size7 1/2
  • Head Size in IN24
  • Hat Sizex-Large
  • US Hat Size7 3/4
  • UK Hat Size7 5/8
  • Head Size in IN24 3/8
  • Hat SizeXX-Large
  • US Hat Size7 7/8
  • UK Hat Size7 3/4
  • Head size in IN24 3/4
  • Hat SizeXX-Large
  • US Hat Size8
  • UK Hat Size7 7/8
  • Head Size in IN25 1/4
  • Hat SizeXX-Large
  • US Hat Size8 1/8
  • UK8
  • Head Size in IN25 5/8
  • Hat SizeXXX-Large
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Taking the size tag in a hat you own that fits well, then using the Hat Size Chart above to convert the size on the tag to a measurement in inches/centimeters is another way of properly determining the size of your new Worth & Worth Hat.

Find your size

Match your measurements to a hat size

Hat Size in CM 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65
Head Size in In 20 7/8 21 1/4 21 5/8 22 22 1/8 22 7/8 23 1/4 23 5/8 24 24 3/8 24 3/4 25 1/4 25 5/8
US Hat Size 6 5/8 6 3/4 6 7/8 7 7 1/8 7 1/4 7 3/8 7 1/2 7 5/8 7 3/4 7 7/8 8 8 1/8
UK Hat Size 6 1/2 6 5/8 6 3/4 6 7/8 7 7 1/8 7 1/4 7 3/8 7 1/2 7 5/8 7 3/4 7 7/8 8
Hat Size X-S S S M M L L X-L X-L XX-L XX-L XX-L XXX-L
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There is no such thing as an overall correct fit. Whatever feels right to you. It is entirely a matter of personal preference. A tighter-fitting hat stays on better for active people, windy settings, and those who like their hats to sit high on the head. A looser-fitting hat is more comfortable, sits lower and works well when wearing for an extended period of time (over 3 hours).

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