The Gambler Panama Hat is also known as the Plantation Hat. It is a white Cuenca hat with a round crown and a wide brim. It was used as a working hat at sugar cane and cotton plantations and now worn by river boat and horse race gamblers.
If you are not sure of your exact hat size you can measure the circumference around your head by using a tape measure or if you do not have one you can use a string and then measure it against a ruler.
The measurement level should be where a hat would normally rest, that is above the ears and above the eyebrows ridges. While measuring keep the tape firm but not tight.
Check the size chart given below. For in-between measurements use the next size up.
|Small||6 7/8||55||6 3/4||55||21 3/4||55|
|Medium||7 1/8||57||7||57||22 1/4||57|
|Medium||7 1/4||58||7 1/8||58||22 5/8||58|
|Large||7 3/8||59||7 1/4||59||23||59|
|Large||7 1/2||60||7 3/8||60||23 1/2||60|
|Extra Large||7 5/8||61||7 1/2||61||23 7/8||61|
|Extra Large||7 3/4||62||7 5/8||62||24 5/8||62|