The Meredith fedora is crafted from our exclusive Escorial wool with its origins serving the Spanish Royal Family it is a perfect medium for this statement style.
Escorial is a rare and luxurious wool, which today can only be found in small numbers in Australia and New Zealand. The Escorial fibre is like a curled spring and when stretched throughout the production processes its natural memory returns it to the original curled state. It is this characteristic that makes Escorial hats lightweight and resilient.
It's crafted using traditional millinery techniques and finished with a rope band which adds feminine texture to a gorgeously handsome shape.
Wear straight on or slightly tilted for the ultimate style statement.
Steam from a household kettle and a hard bristle hat brush will help banish any dust and dirt from tweed or cashmere. Brush the hat using short strokes.
Dry a tweed or cashmere cap or hat by shaking off the water and leave at room temperature.
1. USE a soft tape measure.
2. PLACE it around your head, positioned mid-forehead and just above the ears.
3. MEASURE in centimetres or inches.
4. FIND your size on the hat size chart.
You can find our instructional video on how to measure your hat size here: Hat sizing
Every Lock & Co. hat purchased is carefully and expertly hand-prepared in our London shop by one of our Hatters, before being whisked out of our famous green front door.
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