Size Guide

The COLONIAL is a roll-up PANAMA and was named "THE HAT" because in this design was made the most expensive hat in the world due to its peculiarity and its very fine knitting. Even rollable hats are recommended not to be folded often so as to avoid its life reducing. The raw material is made of PAJA TOQUILLA PALM TREE, hand-woven in Ecuador with genuine stamp, blocked and trimmed from the Spanish hat company COSTA Y SOLER.  

SKU: ΒΒ20194 Categories: , , , ,


  • manufacture: SPAIN
  • origin raw material: ECUADOR
  • brim: 6,5cm
  • crown: 11cm
  • band: grosgrain ribbon 4cm
  • Inside the hat there is an absorbent cotton strap.



56, 58, 60, 62

Product Care

To take care of a PANAMA hat follow these simple step-by-step tips:
To maintain its shape, lift the hat using the front and back brim with both hands. Do not hold from the top of the hat (crown).
To store your hat, it is recommended to use hard cardboard inside the crown of your hat (it is included in the purchase package of each hat), and place it in a paper box.
Avoid hanging the hat from hooks as over time they can deform the shape of your hat.
To keep the elasticity of the raw material, supple spray gently with deionized water or use water cooled spray.
If the hat gets wet, let it dry in a ventilated place, away from direct light and heat.
Keep the hat away from direct light, moisture and heat.


PANAMA hats are made from palm tree leaves called PAJA TOQUILLA PALM. The raw material is produced in ECUADOR (EQUATOR) and the knitting of the hat in the primary stage is done by native craftsmen, our final product is decorated (shape, decoration) in Spain. All PANAMA hats have a seal of authenticity inside that is made in Ecuador.
There are two true versions of the name "PANAMA" hats. In the mid-19th century hats were sold to goldsmiths traveling through Panama to California during the historic California Gold Rush while at the same time Ecuadorian hat makers themselves migrated to Panama, where they managed to achieve much larger volumes. trading. Travelers told people who admired their hats that they bought them in Panama. Thus, hats quickly became known as "Panama hats". Also, the name "PANAMA" was further strengthened by President Theodore Roosevelt's trip to oversee the construction of the Panama Canal in 1906.

Size Guide

To find your exact size, take a plastic measuring tape and place it around your head, preferably one centimeter above your ears.

There are cases when some people prefer their hat to stand higher on the forehead, so an ideal measurement is the one that satisfies your personal tastes.

To make sure you got a proper measurement, make two to three attempts and pull the measuring tape loosely. If your measurement produces a decimal number, choose the one that corresponds to the next integer (eg if your measurement is 57.5 cm, prefer the number 58 and so on).

The following table shows a table with dimensions in centimeters (European Measuring System), inches and conversions to other measuring systems:

Size 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63
cm 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63
inches 215/8 221/16 227/16 227/8 231/4 235/8 24 247/16 247/8