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Akubra Angler's Hat
A handsome sporting hat that's perfectly suited to casual wear, as well. This Akubra hat for men is crafted in Australia from pure imperial-quality rabbit-fur felt for long wear and excellent protection from the elements, with a UPF rating of 50+. Barramundi-skin hat band pays tribute to the fishing industry of northeastern Australia. Genuine leather sweatband. Fully lined and eyeletted. Akruba hat for men in fawn. Australia.European sizes (US equivalents) 56 (7).
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3 of 3(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Akubra Angler's Hat
Review 1 for Akubra Angler's Hat
Excellent hat and service from Orvis,
February 26, 2013
from Marietta, OH
"This is my 2nd Akubra hat. This one was a bit smaller than the other, so I called Orvis and they instructed me to return it for a size larger - postage paid. I am impressed. Please note that Akubra is for a standard oval head and if you are a long oval it will take breaking in..."
"Great hat. Everything that I expected from Akubra and Orvis. I have and Akubra Territory hat and love it too. The Angler's Hat that I ordered from Orvis was well packaged and a perfect fit. I would recommend any Akubra to all Orvis customers"
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Review 3 for Akubra Angler's Hat
What a hat!,
January 9, 2013
"So far I have worn it while I made an unsupported traverse of the Great Parallel. It protected me from the thorn guano of the knapknap birds in my descent of the Royal Escarpment, after using it to seine for gneiss krill in the streams of the Krojan Mountains on the Freibears. The hat was indispensable in filtering astrobid spores out of water that dripped from Palangas leaves s I hacked my way through the Mandobaceous lowlands of the Zoef peninsula. I could only dream of the cold glacial blue tarns of the Cumbrough Cul. Never have I needed more solar protection by a hat from the intyense ultraviolet rays than while crossing the Faceless Raphe in the middle of the Lost Caravan Waddy. No one could have been happier to see the Prongs of Naveghar rising above the ammonia mists that waif across the trackless crusts of the Aeratume" Depressiion. It enabled me to breathe while in the chloritic vapors as I squeezed through the Occlusal of Perkinge and it still looked dapper by the time I emerged on the plains of D'ja. It was unfazed by the halcyonic firestorm through the run out. On the whole, a fine hat!"