This is a Montecristi woven hat in a Super Fino quality. The Fedora is perhaps the most famous Panama Hat model. This classic model is creased lengthwise down the crown and pinched in the front on both sides.
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Estos sombreros de panamá provienen de la ciudad andina de Cuenca, en Ecuador. El sombrero de Cuenca se teje a mano utilizando una paja más gruesa en comparación con los sombreros de Montecristi. Esto permite que el sombrero sea tejido en menor tiempo pero siempre manteniendo una excelente calidad. Estos sombreros son blanqueados o teñidos con el fin de que la paja adquiera un tono uniforme en el color.
The Cuenca Havana Panama Hat is a Cuban variation of the classic fedora. The crown has a tear-drop shape and an "island" in the middle. This is the favorite model for cigar aficionados and looks great with a guayabera shirt.
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.
The Trilby Panama Hat is the English version of the Fedora, which has a shorter brim and a slightly different crown. During the 1960's the Trilby was once viewed as the rich man's favorite hat. Nowadays, it is a very popular model among men and women as part of a retro fashion trend.
The Gatsby, also known as the paperboy or newsboy cap, has the same overall shape and stiff peak in front, with a rounded body, fuller, puffier, with a button attaching the front to the brim. The color of the straw of this Gasby cap is bleached white.
The Gatsby, also known as the paperboy or newsboy cap, has the same overall shape and stiff peak in front, with a rounded body, fuller, puffier, with a button attaching the front to the brim. The color of the straw of this Gasby cap is tanned.