Didrikson Southwest Hat
Royal Mail Tracked 48 hr just £3.95
Royal Mail Tracked 24 hr just £5.95
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DHL Economy Select (Europe)
Economy shipping door-to-door delivery within a certain number of days, dependant upon destination. For an estimated delivery date please contact us once your order has been placed.
- Less urgent and typically heavier shipping needs
- Cost-effective and reliable delivery
- Proactive delivery notification
- Collection and delivery locations across 35 countries in Europe
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- Time-sensitive international shipping needs
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- Available from and to all collection and delivery locations worldwide
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Please note in cases where volumetric restrictions are exceeded additional charges may be necessary. We will contact you via email if this is the case. In certain circumstances we reserve the right to refuse the order and provide a full refund.
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Waterproof Sou'wester Rain Hat by Didrikson
A sou’wester in soft, stretchy Galon® fabric, perfect for rainy days.
An updated version of the traditional fisherman's oilskin hat - now in a flexible,lightweight fabric.
The fabric is windproof and waterproof with welded seams.
Internal cap fits round back of head and ears, ensuring a good fit and complete weather protection. Lined with warming, soft fabric for comfort.
The sou’wester can be fastened under the chin and has a soft, thin tricot lining.
Does a hood give you a headache, or do you find them a pain in a neck? Do you feel constricted and struggle to turn your head? Then a sou'wester is the answer, giving full protection to your neck without tethering your head in a confining hood
Available in Black, North Sea (Green,) Oat Yellow, Navy Blue and Yellow
- Water Column: 8,000mm
- Fabric: Coating 100% Polyurethane / Shell 100% Polyester
- Adjustable chin string.
- Ear flaps .
- Packable into included bag
Size (Head circumference) S 54 cm, M 56 cm, L 60 cm, XL 62
A prevailing Sou'wester wind bears rain in the seas around Britain. A fishing net would always be brought up in the lee of the wind so that a fisherman facing the net would have his back to the wind and without a hat the rain would be driven down the fisherman's neck. And so the Sou'wester hat came to get its name and its main feature - the extended neck guard.