Zoila Wool Boater Hat - Black
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The Best-Selling Handcrafted Boater Hat is truly up for everything and will be a trustworthy companion for years to come. This hat is made by hand with 100% wool felt and a handmade vegetable-tanned leather band that doubles as a necktie that cinches to make it wearable in all-weather. Versatile wool creates warmth in the winter and keeps you dry in the summer. The perfect adventure hat.
Minga partners with a fourth generation family of hat-makers to highlight the traditional hat making process while adapting new, modern designs.
All hats are handmade and one-of-a-kind. This means that no two are exactly alike and almost all contain irregularities from size to color. Please allow for slight imperfections as this is what adds to the unique character of each hat.
☁️ 100% Ecuadorian Sheep's Wool☁️ Crown measures 3.8"☁️ Brim measures 3.5"☁️ Double-Wrapped Leather Necktie / Band☁️ Custom finished lining
**Orders are fulfilled and shipped by Made By Minga. Product description written by Made By Minga.
If you are in between sizes or unsure of your hat size, we recommend sizing up and using a hat filler or hat sizing tape for the perfect fit.
53cm | 20.75"
|| 55cm | 21.6"
57cm | 22.5"
59cm | 23.25"
61cm | 24"
✨ Meet the Brand - Made By Minga
Minga is a small, woman-run accessories brand based in San Diego, CA. They aim to preserve heirloom practices and low-impact materials to ethically produce bags, hats, wallets and accessories that last.
In 2018, Minga partnered with a small group of women in the highlands of Ecuador to launch their first bag collection. Months were spent living with this community to understand their story and craft. This season birthed their vision to create beautiful products through sustainable and traditional means. Over the years, Minga has expanded to work with a women-ran family hat studio, as well as a small team of leathersmiths. Today, Minga is always seeking to grow authentically alongside our partners and customers, while staying true to the artisanal processes and roots we have grown from.