Akubra Snowy River Glen Grey

$ 191.00 USD
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Colour Glen Grey

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The Iconic Akubra Snowy River Hat was featured in the Australian movie "The Man From Snowy River". This bush hat is still one of the most widely used hats in the country to protect from the harsh elements. 

Key Features:

  • Colour: Glen Grey
  • Material: Pure Fur Felt of imperial quality. An investment that will stand the test of time and the toughest of treatments.
  • Styling: The Snowy River is a pre-creased stockman's hat from Akubra. It has a pinched crown and brim with rolled sides. The front and back of the hat are turned down.  Please note feathers not included but can be purchased separately.
  • Brim Size: 83mm brim size, crown height 100mm
  • Band: a Leather ornamental band with suede insert. 
  • Excellent Sun Protection: Akubra fabrics are currently rated at UPF50+. This is the highest classification for sun protection
  • Water Resistant: Akubra Hats are showerproof and include a waterproofing solution.
  • Other features: Leather inner sweatband. Proudly Australian made
  • Delivery Information - We offer fast, reliable shipping with a variety of carriers both nationally and internationally. To calculate shipping charges simply select the size and select "add to cart" and the shipping price will be provided.
  • How to find the right size for you? To pick your hat size, measure around your head where you would like the base or brim of the hat to sit. Please see the description tab below for Akubra size chart and helpful hints regarding the sizing to buy.

    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.