Hat Sizing

How to measure for hat size

Measure your head using a flexible tape measure, about 1” above your eyebrows, where the hat will rest. Repeat this process 2-3 times to ensure an accurate result

Broner Adult Hat Sizes

  Small Medium Large X-Large

Centimeters 56 57 59 61

Inches 22.05 22.44 23.23 24.02

US Hat Size 6 7/8 7 1/8 7 3/8 7 1/2

*Please note that this sizing chart is based on industry standards.
There may be some variance between styles and manufacturers.
Hat Shape Guide
  • Baseball Cap
    A baseball cap is a type of soft cap with a rounded crown and a stiff peak in front
  • Beanie
    A knit brimless cap also referred to as a skull-cap
  • Beret
    A beret is a soft, round, flat-crowned hat
  • Big Brimmed Hat
    This is a ladies hat with a large floppy brim made of felt or straw and can aid in sun protection
  • Bowler Derby
    The bowler hat, also known as a derby, is a hard felt hat with a rounded crown
  • Bucket Hat
    A bucket hat is a soft fabric hat with a wide downward sloping brimp
  • Cabby Cap
    The ladies version of a newsboy cap. See Eight Quarter Cap/Newsboy
  • Cadet/Military Cap
    A cap with a brim at the front and a flat top crown
  • Cloche
    Close-fitting round crown, with no brim or a small flare at the brim edge
  • Cowboy/Western
    The cowboy hat is a high crowned, wide-brimmed hat that usually curves upwards on the brim sides
  • Cuff Cap
    A knit cap similar to a beanie but is longer to be folded up forming a cuff all the way around
  • Eight Quarter/Newsboy
    A round, fuller, paneled cap with a peak in the front and sometimes with a button on the top
  • Fedora
    A brimmed hat with a tapered crown that is dented lengthwise.This hat can be made of felt, straw, or cloth materals.
  • Gambler
    A wide brimmed hat with a distinctive circular crown that indents all the way around
  • Ivy Cap
    A flat cap with a small brim which is either sewn or snapped down, and has a deeper back
  • Peruvian
    A peruvian is a knit cap with earflaps with or without ties
  • Pork Pie
    A round hat with a narrow curled-up brim, a low flat crown with a crease running around the inside top edge
  • Pub Cap
    Also known as a duckbill, a rounded cap, the body is stitched to the brim and the brim is curved downward
  • Radar Cap
    A knit beanie with a short baseball style brim
  • Safari
    A wide downturned brim hat with a shaped crown
  • Sailor Hat
    A round hat with a wide, rigid up-turned brim
  • Trooper
    A structured hat with earflaps that can be tied on the top and a front flap that is typically made of fur
  • Visor
    A crownless hat consisting simply of a visor or brim with a strap encircling the head
  • Yacht Cap
    A flat top circular cap that is angled and has a visor

Glove Terminology

Fingerless Glove - A glove with the top portion of the fingers cut off

Flip-top Mitten - A fingerless glove with a mitten top attached that can cover the exposed fingers

Gauntlet - Long cuff that extends over the wrist

Glove - Covering for the hand, worn for protection against cold or dirt and typically having separate parts for each finger and the thumb

Knit Wrist - Knit wrist is a stretch knitted material, to protect the wrist. Also protects against particles falling into the glove

Magic Glove - Lightweight knit stretch glove

Mitten - Covering for the hand that has a separate part for the thumb only

Palm Patch - A patch of fabric on the palm of a glove or mitten that can be leather or textured material to aid in gripping

Sidewalls/Forchette - The strip or shaped piece used for the sides of the fingers of a glove

Thinsulate - Trademark of the 3M Corporation, for a type of synthetic fiber thermal insulation used in gloves and mittens

Touch Screen Tips - Metallic yarns used in the tips of the glove fingers enabling you to use a touch screen device without taking the glove off