The Bells of Huancayo

Men's Reversible Grey and Brown Alpaca Blend Hat from Peru

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SKU: 311682
This terrific hat features gunmetal and saddle brown tones, great neutral colors, and it's reversible so you get options for how to wear it. Artisan Waldo Berrios, a native of Huancayo, Peru, crafts the warm cable-knit hat in a soft alpaca, acrylic, and wool blend.
  • 50% alpaca, 45% acrylic, 5% wool
  • 0.26 lbs
  • 15.8 inches Inner Circ. x 7.8 inches W x 9.5 inches H
  • Made in Peru

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3 Reviews

  • 5
    warm and wonderful

    Posted by Kathy on Oct 16th 2020

    This was a gift for my husband, who loved the reversible aspect and finds the hat to be comfortable.

  • 5
    Soft and Warm -- A Great Gift!

    Posted by Carla on Mar 16th 2018

    This is the best hat I've every bought my husband. He's bald and needs a soft warm hat much of the time. This is such an attractive hat, much more than functional. It's reversible, and that makes it all the better. I was very impressed by the workmanship as well.

  • 5
    Cozy, warm hat - Very practicle

    Posted by Judith on Jan 21st 2018

    Thank you for the perfect hat for my husband! He loves that it is reversible (matches two of his coats). This hat is very well made - with attractive cable knit pattern. Makes a nice gift.

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