60s/70s Dobbs Khaki Safari Hat

SKU: 00513-004)

High-quality bush or safari hat from the late 1960s or early 70s captures the popular trend that's back in style. Substantial hat has one snap-up side, diagonal grommet detail on three-part crown, and allover parallel topstitching. Luxuriously lined in quilted satin. This Aussie-style hat is extremely well made, to Dobbs' highest standards, and was likely produced for only a short time. From the living estate of Mae M., who purchased it new in New York City.

Labels: Dobbs Fifth Avenue New York, Union label

Founded in 1908 by John Cavanagh and named for original designer H. Dewitt Dobbs, the company is still known for its luxurious, high-quality millinery, especially men's fedoras.

Fiber: unmarked, feels like a cotton blend

Condition: no flaws to note

Dimensions: labeled a size "Large"
23"/58cm inner circumference
5"/12.5cm crown height
3"/7.5cm brim

(BDV SKU: 00513-004)

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