Hat Size Guide
How To Measure Your Head
Use a tape measure. If you don't have a tape measure, cut a long piece of string. You can then mark and measure that afterwards
Wrap the tape around your head, just above the ears and across the middle of your forehead. It should be roughly where you would comfortably sit a hat.
The tape or string should be snug but not too tight. It is better to be too big than too small because you can always add a piece of foam or folded tissue under the sweatband to improve it.
Record the measurement in cm's and have a look in the size chart above for your standard size.
Please note, there is much more to finding the correct fit than measuring around your head. The shape and height of your head will also impact which crown shape will fit and suit you best. Style, cut and material also play their part.
Also, as with other items of apparel, sizes can vary from one to another. For example, if you lay 4 x shirts, from 4 different manufacturers side by side and all supposedly the same size, chances are they are not. Note also the difference between sizes is approximately 2cm.
We cannot guarantee that by following the above instructions you will get a perfect fit.
Ideally you should come into the store and consult one of our friendly staff and we can make custom adjustments to suit!
Note: Brixton sizing runs large .....XS=54cm, S=56cm, M=58cm, L=60cm, XL=62cm