One of the biggest concerns of online hat shopping is figuring out how to find your perfect size. Through these simple steps, digital purchasing pitfalls can be avoided, and easy access to cool beanies, headbands, hats, gloves & mitts are guaranteed.
Each product has a sizing chart assigned to it. You will find the corresponding size charts on each product page by clicking on "size guide" before making your purchase. We recommend to check the size guide first before making your purchase.
All beanies and headbands for adults are one size fits all. Based on style, the fitting varies a bit. For kids, please check our size chart below. The "age indication" in the chart gives an accurate overview of the corresponding age, linked to the head circumference. You could also measure your kids head circumference by following the "how to measure" steps below (caps & hats section).
Our caps & hats sizes are based on the circumference of the head. In order to determine your proper hat size, we recommend that you take a measurement of your head.
For a perfect fit, our hats & caps are featured with a comfortable adjustable system inside. You'll find this information also on the product detail page of your favourite cap or hat.
First, stand in front of a mirror to make sure you measure around the head correctly. It is essential to run the measuring tape around the middle of the back of the head and wind both sides round to the front, placing it just above your ears and below your hairline.
Bring the tape measure or string together at the centre of your forehead. But be sure not to pull the tape too tight.
You can now read off your head circumference in your reflection in the mirror or read off the number where the measuring tape meets. If using a piece of string or twine, you will need to mark the point where they meet. You can then hold the string up against a ruler to read off your head size.
To get a proper fitting glove of mitt, knowing how to properly measure the hand is critical.
Please note that the sizing can vary per product; some gloves & mitts are measured in "full" sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL. And some gloves & mitts sizes are combined: S/M, M/L, L, XL. You will find the corresponding hand widths in the size chart below.
Lay your dominant hand flat, fingers together, palm facing upwards. Wrap the measuring tape around your palm, just below the knuckles, not including the thumb. Glove size should be measured in cm.
You can now read off your hand width. If using a piece of string or twine, you will need to mark the point where they meet. You can hold the string up against a ruler to read off your hand width.