|Inches||21 ½||22||23 ¼||24||24 ¾|
|US Hat Size||6 ⅞||7 ⅛||7 ⅜||7 ⅝||7 ⅞|
|UK Hat Size||6 ¾||7||7 ¼||7 ½||7 ¾|
HOW TO MEASURE YOUR HEAD
Kakadu hats - or Mates as we often call them - come in all shapes and sizes so you're sure to find a Mate that suits you.
But first things first, lets determine your correct size. Remember you want comfortably firm
- Wrap a tape measure or a piece of string (if you use string, you'll need a ruler as well) around your head so that it is above your eyebrows and about 1cm / half and inch above your ears. No need to pull too tight - remember you want your hat to be comfy!
- Follow the size guide below to help determine your size.
There are some slight variations in size depending on the fabric used for the hat - thicker materials mean the hat fit will be a bit tighter and thin fabrics a bit touch looser
JACKET & COAT SIZE GUIDE
SHIRT SIZE GUIDE
VEST SIZE GUIDE
PANTS SIZE GUIDE
Garment Measurements - Metric (cm)
Richard and his wife Catherine Whillas first constructed their own oilskin cloth using a 'wringer mangler' and a combination of oils and waxes found on the local land. Known for its functionality and durability, this cloth was ideal to protect their family and wharf equipment against the harsh artic winds as they manned the Cappe Jaffa lighthouse.
Eventually parts of the family would go onto manufacture outerwear garments and hats for Australians and later, as word spread, worldwide. It was during this time that "Kakadu Traders Australia" would become a brand, synonymous with quality, comfort, and durability.
50 years on and still under the watchful eyes of the Whillas family, Kakadu Traders Australia supplies tough, reliable products worldwide. Strong canvas, refined oils & waxes and rugged cowhide are amongst the raw materials that give our products the guts to get the job done time & time again.