How Should a Wide Brim Hat Fit?
A wide brim hat should fit slightly snug on your head above your ears and eyebrows. To test the fit of your hat, simply put your finger in between your head and hat. If you’re able to fit your finger without any tension, then you have a good fit. Most importantly, you should be able to comfortably wear your hat all day. Check out our sizing guide page to learn more.
How Do You Keep a Wide-Brimmed Hat on Your Head?
To keep a wide-brimmed hat from falling off of your head, adjust the sizing for a comfortable fit. Many of our wide brim hats feature customizable sizing options. Whether it’s in the form of internal straps, ties, slip knots, or elasticized headbands, a perfect fit is guaranteed.
Our selection of wide brim hats come in various sizes and can be fine-tuned to your liking without losing their original shape. From women’s wide brim hats to kids' wide brim hats, finding the right size is easy. For especially windy days, the adjustable chin strap found on numerous hats will ensure that it doesn’t fly away.
What Are Wide-Brimmed Hats?
For outdoor enthusiasts, wide brim hats offer optimal sun protection on any adventure. These hats will shade the most vulnerable parts of your body, such as your head, ears, face, and neck. Whether it’s a women’s or men’s wide brim hat, our hats will protect you from the sun’s harsh rays. Additionally, you can always expect a hat from Sunday Afternoons to have a UPF 50+ sun rating.
What Material Is Used for Wide Brim Hats?
While the majority of our wide brim ventilated hats are made from nylon and polyester, several styles are made from natural materials to fit a variety of lifestyles. For instance, beachgoers will enjoy a palm or straw hat for a more relaxed look. We also carry styles made from cotton, wool felt, and even paper.