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Each Lack of Color piece is thoughtfully designed so each shape and silhouette will vary slightly in how it fits.

Use our size guide as well as the size & fit section of your desired hat to find your perfect fit.

How to find your hat size

We have a few simple tips to help you find the perfect sized hat for YOU. To measure your head accurately, you will need a cloth measuring tape. We also recommend you have assistance from another person, to ensure accuracy.

All Lack of Color hats are sized in centimetres, as such we recommend using a metric ruler and measuring your head in CM.

How to find your fit

How would you like to wear your hat? Select from the options listed below and follow the instructions of your preferred option to measure your head.

Be sure to follow the instructions of your preferred option, there are significant differences between them.

 

Option 1: Traditional

This is the “traditional” style of wearing a hat. Choose this option if this is the way you will choose to wear your hat.

1. Place your cloth measuring tape around your head over your occipital bone (the furthest part on the back of your head).

2. Bring the measure around to the front of your head. About 5 mm above your ears and position it in the centre of your forehead, or just above the eyebrows (depending on where you want your hat to sit). Make sure the tape is sitting comfortably, this is how the hat will sit on your head.

3. Check what size your measuring tape says. If in between sizing, we recommend sizing up and adding a hat filler to your order to tailor the hat to fit your head perfectly.  

 

 

Option 2: Halo Style

This is the “halo” style of wearing a hat. Choose this option if this is the way you will choose to wear your hat.

1. Place your cloth measuring tape around your head over your occipital bone (the furthest part on the back of your head).

2. Bring the tape measure around to the front of your head. About 5 mm above your ears and position it at the top of your forehead (beginning of hairline). Make sure the tape is sitting comfortably, this is how the hat will sit on your head.

3. Check what size your measuring tape says. If in between sizing, we recommend sizing up and adding a hat filler to your order to tailor the hat to fit your head perfectly.  

 

 

Option 3: For Children

This is the how to measure for children. Choose this option if you are measuring to see if our sizing is suitable for your child.

1. Place your cloth measuring tape around your head over your occipital bone (the furthest part on the back of your head). This is how we recommend for children to wear for comfort and to keep on the noggin' on those windy beach days.

2. Bring the measure around to the front of your head. About 5 mm above your ears and position it in the centre of your forehead, or just above the eyebrows (depending on where you want your hat to sit). Make sure the tape is sitting comfortably, this is how the hat will sit on your head.

3. Check what size your measuring tape says. If your tape measures less than 47cm, we recommend our kids mini size (47cm). If the tape measures 47-53cm, we recommend our kids size (53cm) and a hat filler to tailor the hat to fit perfectly. We do not recommend Children's hats for anyone thats head measures larger than 53cm. 

This is the “traditional” style of wearing a hat. Choose this option if this is the way you will choose to wear your hat.

1. Place your cloth measuring tape around your head over your occipital bone (the furthest part on the back of your head).

2. Bring the measure around to the front of your head. About 5 mm above your ears and position it in the centre of your forehead, or just above the eyebrows (depending on where you want your hat to sit). Make sure the tape is sitting comfortably, this is how the hat will sit on your head.

3. Check what size your measuring tape says. If in between sizing, we recommend sizing up and adding a hat filler to your order to tailor the hat to fit your head perfectly.  

This is the “halo” style of wearing a hat. Choose this option if this is the way you will choose to wear your hat.

1. Place your cloth measuring tape around your head over your occipital bone (the furthest part on the back of your head).

2. Bring the tape measure around to the front of your head. About 5 mm above your ears and position it at the top of your forehead (beginning of hairline). Make sure the tape is sitting comfortably, this is how the hat will sit on your head.

3. Check what size your measuring tape says. If in between sizing, we recommend sizing up and adding a hat filler to your order to tailor the hat to fit your head perfectly.  

This is the how to measure for children. Choose this option if you are measuring to see if our sizing is suitable for your child.

1. Place your cloth measuring tape around your head over your occipital bone (the furthest part on the back of your head). This is how we recommend for children to wear for comfort and to keep on the noggin' on those windy beach days.

2. Bring the measure around to the front of your head. About 5 mm above your ears and position it in the centre of your forehead, or just above the eyebrows (depending on where you want your hat to sit). Make sure the tape is sitting comfortably, this is how the hat will sit on your head.

3. Check what size your measuring tape says. If your tape measures less than 47cm, we recommend our kids mini size (47cm). If the tape measures 47-53cm, we recommend our kids size (53cm) and a hat filler to tailor the hat to fit perfectly. We do not recommend Children's hats for anyone thats head measures larger than 53cm.