Havana Straw Hat


The Havana straw hat is inspired by Ernest Hemingway's time in Cuba, and the artifacts we found at his former residence: The Finca Vigía 

15% of sales from the QMS Havana collection benefit the Finca Vigía Foundation. Lean more at fincafoundation.org.

  • 4" brim 
  • Woven in Guatemala of fine palm
  • Hand blocked in the USA 
  • Vented crown
  • Superior sun protection
  • Finished with leather stampede string
    Fit Guide
    Details and Care

    Woven in Guatemala

    Hand blocked in the USA

    Superior sun protection

    Waterproof (the straw is woven in a special way to keep water OUT!)


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    The Finca Vigía Foundation

    The Foundation’s mission is to provide the research and technical assistance necessary to restore and preserve Ernest Hemingway’s home and its contents at Finca Vigía in San Francisco de Paula, Cuba.

    Finca Vigía was where Hemingway gathered some of his most prized possessions. The collection includes original manuscripts and galleys of his stories and novels, thousands of photographs, his correspondence and journals, animal trophies, fishing rods, paintings, fishing logs, and a personal library of almost nine thousand volumes.

    15% of sales from the QMS Havana collection benefit the Finca Vigía Foundation. Learn more at fincafoundation.org.