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Stetson Stratoliner - Straw Fedora Hat

Product Details

Key Features:
  • • Florintine Milan straw
  • • 2 1/2" Bound edge brim
  • • Pinchfront
  • • Grosgrain ribbon band
  • • Available in Grey (shown), Sand, Beige, Black, & White
Description:

Stratoliner, from Stetson's Milan Braid Collection, features a 2 1/2" brim and a pinchfront crown. This hat is expertly crafted from a gorgeous Florentine Milan straw and trimmed with a narrow grosgrain ribbon band with matching bound edge brim.

The Stetson Milan Braid Collection of straw hats is composed of the finest imported Milan on the planet. The most discriminating dressers have worn these hats over the years. Milan straw is lightweight as well as extremely durable. Inside each hat you will find a genuine leather sweatband and cool environment created by the venting. Made in the USA.

Available in Grey (shown), Sand (small image), Beige (small image), Black, & White

Please allow 1 -4 weeks for Sand and Grey.
All other colors are special order items and take 4-7 weeks for production and delivery of this special order hat.

Availability: Due to limited availability this item ships within 1-4 weeks.*
- Price Select Options:
Pinchfront
2 1/2" Brim
Bound
Straw - Milan

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Sizing & Manufacturer

Stetson Hats Sizing Chart
Adult's Sizing Chart
Inches
American Hat Sizes
Metric (CMs)
Standard Hat Sizes
 
21" 21 1/2 21 7/8 22 1/4 22 5/8 23 23 3/8 23 3/4 24 24 1/2 25 25 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
53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64
XS XS S S M M L L XL XL XXL XXL

In 1865, with $100, John B. Stetson rented a small room, bought the tools he needed, bought $10 worth of fur and the John B. Stetson Hat Company was born. A year later the "Hat of the West" or the now famous "Boss of the Plains" hat was born and the name Stetson was on its way to becoming the mark of quality, durability, innovation and beauty.

John B. Stetson experienced trying times in his life but after it all he relied on the one thing he did exceptionally well, making hats. He was trained by his father, a master hatter, and applied his skills and knowledge to a trade that, at the time was not held in high regard.

A hatter was seen as unreliable, lazy, or aloof, only looking to make his money and go have fun. John B. Stetson changed all that and built one of America's most well-known and successful businesses. The longevity and history of the John B. Stetson Company is based on innovation and quality! John B. Stetson led the hat industry his entire career by designing new hat styles for fashion and function. When it came to quality it was his creed and for the past 130 years it has so stamped the product that the name and the word are synonymous.

Today the Stetson hat factory in Garland, Texas is one of the largest in the country and produces a line of hats in hundreds of different styles and colors. In spite of this size, however, classic styling and premium quality remain as the driving forces behind each and every hat. As a result, Stetson hats are the most well known hats in the world. Wherever and whenever hats are discussed Stetson will be mentioned.

Stetson is the standard in hats, the essence of the spirit of the West and an icon of everyday American lifestyle. Because of its authentic American heritage, Stetson remains as a part of history and, for the same reason will continue into the future.