Hat & Glove Facts
How to measure for hat size
Using a flexible tape measure or a string and ruler, measure where your hat will rest starting at the back of your head bringing the tape together at the center of your forehead. Repeat this process 2-3 times to ensure an accurate result.
|Broner Adult Hat Sizes|
|US Hat Size||6 7/8||7 1/8||7 3/8||7 1/2|
|*Please note that this sizing chart is based on industry standards.
There may be some variance between styles and manufacturers.
Caring for Many Hat Styles
Throughout all the wear and weather your favorite hat is bound to get a bit dirty. How you clean your hat depends upon the material and the hat construction. Here are some guidelines that will help to get your hat looking spiffy. Remember it's always best to treat stains as soon as possible. The longer you wait the more difficult it is to remove the stain.
Wool Felt Hats
To keep the body of wool felt hats looking their best, use a soft bristle brush to remove dust and lint. Work around the hat slowly, brushing with the nap of the fabric.
To remove oily stains from hair products, lotion or body oils, sprinkle the stained area with cornstarch or talcum powder. Allow the powder to sit for several hours and then brush away with a soft brush. Do not use liquid cleaners on felted hats.
You can use steam from a tea kettle or fabric steamer to reshape a hat if it has been crushed. Hold the hat crown over the steam, then recreate the pinch or smooth out any creases with your hands.
Natural and Synthetic Fiber Cloth Caps and Hats, as well as Knit Hats
All of these hats can be hand washed using a gentle detergent designed for wool. First fill a sink with cool water and add a small amount of the detergent. Submerge the cap and allow it to soak for five to ten minutes. Swish the hat around, being careful not to wring it, and then rinse well until no suds are seen.
Place the hat on a thick cotton towel and blot away as much moisture as possible – do not wring. Air-dry the hat on a ventilated rack, away from direct heat or sunlight.
Fingerless Glove - A glove with the top portion of the fingers cut off
Flip-top Mitten - A fingerless glove with a mitten top attached that can cover the exposed fingers
Gauntlet - Long cuff that extends over the wrist
Glove - Covering for the hand, worn for protection against cold or dirt and typically having separate parts for each finger and the thumb
Knit Wrist - Knit wrist is a stretch knitted material, to protect the wrist. Also protects against particles falling into the glove
Magic Glove - Lightweight knit stretch glove
Mitten - Covering for the hand that has a separate part for the thumb only
Palm Patch - A patch of fabric on the palm of a glove or mitten that can be leather or textured material to aid in gripping
Sidewalls/Forchette - The strip or shaped piece used for the sides of the fingers of a glove
Thinsulate - Trademark of the 3M Corporation, for a type of synthetic fiber thermal insulation used in gloves and mittens
Touch Screen Tips - Metallic yarns used in the tips of the glove fingers enabling you to use a touch screen device without taking the glove off