The Napa hat is a classic Panama hat which is hand-woven by indigenous artisans in Equador before the brim is steamed.
Hat is made of straw, woven in Equador in a completely natural, socially sustainable and environmentally committed process.
Historians can trace the origin of the panama hat from that Valdivian culture parentheses (3500 BC to 500 BC). They used the strong long leaves of the toquilla plant to weave a lightweight fabric that was flexible and durable. They formed hats used to protect themselves from the harsh equatorial sun. these hats were called "tocas".
- Small: 55 cm (7-7-1/8) - adjustable
- Medium: 57 cm (7-1/8-7-1/4) - adjustable
- Brim: 6.5 cm
Store upside down, preferably in ANEA HILL box.
Use like color damp microfiber cloth to wipe clean.
Travel with ANEA HILL box.