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Connoisseur Classic Fedora - Llano Weave - Grade 24 - Rollable

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Connoisseur Classic Fedora - Llano Weave - Grade 24 - Rollable
If you are passionate about Panamas, this is the hat for you.The Connoisseur Classic Fedora epitomises the artistry and skill of Pachacuti's Panama hat weavers. Each hat has approximately 24 strands of straw carefully woven together into each square inch equating to over 500 weaves per square inch.

This classic, fedora style Panama hat can be rolled for travelling. Purchase this rollable Panama hat and receive a free rolling tube and a free hat box, along with free UK shipping. Additional colour choices for bands are available, please contact get in touch for more details. For hat band colours other than black, please allow an additional 2-3 days for delivery due to each hat band being customly sewn by our milliner. Hats with coloured bands cannot be guranteed for next day delivery.
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Size Guide

Pachacuti’s range of hats uses the metric sizing system of centimetres circumference. A conversion chart is given below to convert from British or North American imperial sizes to metric.

Pachacuti Metric Inches British USA
55 cm 21⅝ 6⅞
56 cm 22 6⅞ 7
57 cm 22½ 7 7⅛
58 cm 22⅞ 7⅛
59 cm 23¼ 7⅜
60 cm 23⅝ 7⅜
61 cm 24 7⅝
62 cm 24½  7⅝  7¾


Calculating Your Hat Size.

To take a measurement position a cloth tape measure so that it rests just above the brow at the front of the head and resting approximately 1 cm about the top of the ears at the side. Pull the tape so that is taut but not too tight and take a measurement. Hats are sized to the nearest whole centimeter so it is advisable to size up if your head falls between two measurements.

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Fair Trade

Pachacuti works directly with our artisans in every step of the process, weaving, dyeing, blocking, finishing, to ensure that as much of the final value as possible remains in their hands.

Pachacuti pays a fair price which is monitored through weaver interviews to ascertain the local cost of living and by measuring the price we pay against the government’s cañasta básica vital, the monthly market price of meeting basic needs for a family of 4.We provide ongoing training and investment, not just in design development and skills, but in self-esteem, human relations, costing of products and overheads, and health and safety.

We have piloted projects which demonstrate our commitment to working fairly with our weavers, including becoming the first company in the world to be Fair Trade Certified under the Sustainable Fair Trade Management System in 2009 and piloting the Fair Trade Guarantee System in 2011, become the first fashion brand in the world to receive the new label. Our work on the 3 year EU Geo Fair Trade project involved the collection and tracking of 68 social, economic and environmental indicators. 

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