Puna Hat #2 | Natural
Fibre: 100% felt wool
Made by: Made in Chola
Description + -
Since we launched our Wear collection, we've always used the same hat, a favourite of ours, made by 'Made in Chola'. A brand specialised in the design and creation of wool and straw felt hats made in Bolivia. Founded in November 2013 by Natalia Daphne (Bolivia) and Nahuel Borges (Argentina), currently established in Buenos Aires- Argentina and Cochabamba - Bolivia.
These hats are the product of a culture, a history and a respect for roots and traditions, set with a modern touch. The design, noble materials and responsible production distinguish this brand within the market.
Every person's head is different. To have the right size, we need you to measure around the head above the ears with a tape measure. See image for guidance.
S 53-54 cm | 21.6"
M 55-56 cm | 22"
L 57-58 cm | 22.8"
Please note: Our Puna hats are handcrafted with 100% natural sheep's virgin wool, except speckles natural from the wool. Whilst we do our best to represent the colour accurately, wool is a raw fibre so please expect slight variations in gradient and tone.
Care and instructions + -
Dry clean only.
Shipping info + -
Delivery times will vary from product to product and also depend on your location.
Our Puna hats will be delivered within 3 to 10 business days Australia wide and within 8 to 15 business days for international customers.
Please note: International delivery costs do not include any taxes or duties which may be applied by customs at the destination country. Any duties or taxes incurred are the responsibility of the delivery recipient.
For more info refer to our FAQ + Shipping and returns.
Style tip + -
Pair your Puna Hat with our Ponchos and Oversized Scarves - the perfect match to accomplish the complete Pampa style.
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