Akubra Cattleman Hat Fawn

$ 191.00 USD
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Colour Fawn

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Description

The Akubra Cattleman Hat has long been the tradition of the working man and is perfect for practical everyday use. This hat is crafted with superior materials for durability, practicality, and style, making it an ideal everyday choice.

The Akubra Cattleman in fawn is more than just a hat - it's an Australian icon. Akubra takes great pride in the materials, workmanship, fine styling and quality of their hats.

These hats are genuine Akubra, made in Australia and built for durability. Australians spend a lot of time outdoors. To protect themselves from the harsh sunlight they wear hats as a matter of course, and they expect their hats to last. 

Features of the Akubra Cattleman Hat Fawn:

  • Imperial Quality
  • A Style In The Tradition Of The Australian Stockman
  • Made from Akubra's Imperial Quality Pure Fur Felt
  • The Hat Has a Double Ornamental Band With Brass Fitting
  • Reeded Roan Leather Sweatband.
  • Made in Australia
  • Water Resistant
  • Brim: 83mm (3 1/4")
  • Crown Height: approx. 110mm
  • Colour: Fawn
  • Top Seller , won by all the stars and quintessentially Aussie 
Features

  • Colour: Fawn (Brown)
  • Material : Pure Fur Felt of imperial quality . An investment that will stand the test of time and the toughest of treatments.
  • Styling : Not too high in the crown and a brim that slopes down at the front and back for good coverage from the elements. The Crown measures at 85mm. 
  • Brim Size : 83mm with a bound edge. Plait Band : Kangaroo plait braid around the crown.
  • Excellent Sun Protection : Akubra fabrics are currently rated at UPF50+. This is the highest classification for sun protection
  • Water Resistant : Akubra Hats are shower proof and include a water proofing solution.
  • Other features : Leather inner sweatband . Proudly Australian made.

About the brand

Akubra is an Australian hat manufacturer. The company is associated with bush hats made of rabbit fur felt with wide brims that are worn in rural Australia.

In 1874 Benjamin Dunkerley arrived in Tasmania from England and decided to start a hat making business in Hobart. His skills as a hatter were backed by his ability to invent machinery, and soon after his arrival he had developed a mechanical method of removing the hair tip from rabbit fur so the under-fur could be used in felt hat making. Previously this task had to be done by hand.

By 2015 Akubra has produced two million hats for the military.

Akubra Hats are still proudly Australian made in Kempsey.