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Peter Grimm Counterfeit - Shapeable Straw Cowboy Hat

Product Details

Key Features:
  • • Natural raffia straw
  • • 3 ½” shapeable wire enhanced brim
  • • Vented
  • • Studded leather-like band
  • • Elasta-fit sweatband

Designed by Peter Grimm, Counterfeit is a fantastic raffia straw cowboy hat with a 3 1/2” shapeable wire enhanced brim that allows you to twist, bend, flex, roll, shape, and torque your hat to fit your individual style, a pinch front crown with ventilation, a thick leather-like band accented with blue and red studs, and a signature Peter Grimm metal eyelet on the back of the brim. It also features the trademarked "Peter Grimm Elasta Fit" sweatband for increased flexibility and comfort.

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Staff Recommendations:
- Price Select Options:
One Size Fits Most
Pinchfront - 4 1/2"
3 1/2" Brim
Straw - Raffia
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Sizing & Manufacturer

Peter Grimm Hats
Unisex Sizing Chart
One Size Fits Most One Size Fits Most
22 3/8" 23 1/4"
57cm 59cm

Peter Grimm Neidermeyer started making hats so his friends would stop getting sunburned. Well sort of. The hat revelation hit him one day while sitting on a Southern Californian beach, surrounded by sun burnt friends. Always the entrepreneur since his college days in Oregon when he ordered hundreds of canvas sandals from Italy only to find he had ordered them far too small for the big footed Oregonians, the determined Grimm decided to try his hand at business again and headed south to Mexico to see what he could find. This is where the hat business found Peter Grimm. It was 1989; he was 26. Grimm returned to the states with an old station wagon full of wide brimmed straw hats. He gave the hats to his sore and burnt friends and went to the nearby beach shops to sell himself: “We’re all wearing these hats—put them in your stores.” His simple plan worked and the “wide brimmed hat” was a hit. Grimm’s first major customers were cities and counties who would buy the hats in bulk for their lifeguards. His trips to Tijuana became regular events, and when Grimm ran into trouble with customs he’d hand over a twenty and be back in business—a business that was now booming-- Grimm had started giving the hats touches of his own.