Standard Sailing Hat in White

$68.00

Enjoy this bucket in all its floppy glory. It is said that this QMS original was Hunter S. Thompson's hat of choice. This is an East Coast classic, also formerly referred to as the Standard Tennis Hat. 

  • 3" brim 
  • Cotton twill
  • 6 panel construction
  • Ventilated grommets

A word of caution on sizing if you're not familiar with hat sizes: Most men actually wear a size large hat instead of a medium. Just because you are a medium in pants, shirts, etc. doesn’t mean your hat size is a medium too! Please click the fit guide (above near the 'add to cart' button) for help finding your correct size. 
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    Details and Care

    100% Cotton

    Made in USA

    Spot clean with soap and water, or just dunk it in the ocean or lake and let it dry in the sun.

    Shipping

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    International (non-US) customers are responsible for payment of any associated fees, customs, duties, and taxes. Unfortunately, taxes associated with shipment from, for example, the US to the UK can be quite substantial, so we urge you to take this into consideration before placing an international order. 

    All prices are listed in USD. We recommend international customers check the current exchange rate to get the best idea of what they will be charged.

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    A Timeless Classic

    One of Quaker Marine’s classics, this hat has been an East Coast staple for generations. Perfect for a day out on the high seas or on your local tennis court -- as demonstrated by iconic dressers Jack Nicholson and John Lennon.