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Linen Ball Cap
A cool style made even cooler with all-linen construction. Our linen baseball hat is lightweight, breathable, and features a convenient hook-and-loop adjustment tab to create a perfect fit. Baseball hat in sand. Pure linen. Dry clean. Imported.Sizes: M(7⅛"), L(7⅜"), XL(7⅝"), XXL(7¾"). Order one size up if in between sizes.
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Rating Snapshot(3 reviews)
2 of 3(67%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Linen Ball Cap
Review 1 for Linen Ball Cap
Classy Ballcap but Don't Follow Sizing Guidelines,
18 August 2014
from San Francisco, CA
"I second the opinion of another reviewer. Like him or her, I am a size 7.5 (or 60 cm). According to the guidelines from Orvis, I should be an XL. But no, a large fits perfectly. Perhaps the sizing guidelines need to be reconsidered?
Regarding the product itself, it's a very smart-looking, high quality linen cap made by Wigens, a renowned Swedish hat brand. You might think it's a bit pricey for a baseball cap but it looks great on me. It's close fitting to the actual shape of your head, unlike some cheaper ball caps that seem designed for someone with a rectangular block on their head. The hat's classy, khaki-colored linen exterior is unique and helps you stand out from the crowd."
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Review 2 for Linen Ball Cap
Sized a Bit Large,
20 December 2013
from Hanover, PA
"I love that this hat is sized (as well as adjustable). I wear a 7 1/2. The XL was WAY too big so I returned it for a L. L fits great - with plenty of room to adjust up or down depending on how snug of a fit you prefer."
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Review 3 for Linen Ball Cap
Nice but too expensive,
03 June 2013
"It is a very nice cap and attractive. It is sized, which is important to me, but is overpriced for the overall quality and make. I like the cap and will wear it but would appreciate a better value.
The same applies to sizing issues with mens footwear. I have a wide foot and must buy better shoes elsewhere since there is no choice any longer thru Orvis. It is lost business - and a nice profit for you - for you since many of the items (if one knows the manufacturer) that can be purchased on line from them directly, for the same price."