• Laura Ingalls Hat Trapper Wool Felt Hat HH-271

Laura Ingalls Hat Trapper Wool Felt Hat HH-271

$ 329.00


Trapper is a stand out hat that captures the feeling of the American West.  The "vintage" styling Conchos have been mounted on dark brown new horse tack that is 1" in width. The back of the hatband has leather lace and a deer antler bead.  It is finished with this natural feather combo.

The brim of the LID custom hat body is 4" in diameter and the crown is 4.5". This is a stiff brim hat.

 HH-271 SS23

A How-to Guide on measuring your Hat Size

Follow these super easy, simple steps: 

Step 1: Measure Your Head

You can either use a cloth tape measure or a long string and a retractable tape measure. Have someone hold the tape or string.  It makes the process easier but you can do it on your own.

Place the tape or string around your head about 1/8” above the top of the ears and across the mid-forehead (usually about half an inch above the eyebrows) so that you completely circle your head.

  • Be sure to hold the tape or string firmly but not too tightly. This is not tourniquet-tight. Leave some wiggle room, as tight-fitting hats can cause headaches.
  • Hold your forefinger against the tape measure or string where it comes around to meet the end. Check the measurement of the tape and write it down in inches.
  • If you’re using a string, place a mark on it, then lay it out flat alongside the measuring tape and write down the inches.
  • Follow the general rule – “measure twice, cut once.” Or in this instance, I make the hat once.  If for some reason, you measure incorrectly and you need to return it for a new size, charges will apply to re-make the hat, including additional shipping costs.

 Step 2: Calculate Your Hat Size

  • Most of the Laura Ingalls hats have specific sizes, while others are Small, Medium, Large or X-Large. Once you’ve measured the circumference of your head, correspond the measurement to the hat sizing chart. Should you fall between sizes, choose the next largest size.

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