Akubra 2021 Calendar & Handcrafted History Book
This is the perfect gift for the die-hard Akubra fan and is a great stocking stuffer.
Gift the book and calendar together or separately.
The Akubra 2021 Calendar is a collection of our favourite images.
$10 from the sale of every calendar sold on akubra.com.au will be donated to Royal Far West.
Royal Far West is one of Australia’s most enduring and respected charities, dedicated to improving the health, education and wellbeing outcomes for children in rural and remote areas across Australia.
Established in 1924, we offer health, education and disability services for country children and their families at our Centre for Country Kids in Manly, virtually via telehealth and through our in-community programs. In 2019, we supported more than 9,500 children, families and health/educational professionals.
Royal Far West’s team of over of 95 paediatric clinicians offers psychology, speech pathology, occupational therapy and social work services to country children with speech and language delays, behavioural and learning difficulties and mental illness, who cannot access these services locally. The right support at the right time can change a child’s life trajectory. We firmly believe that every Australian child has the right to the health, education and developmental care that will help them unlock their potential, wherever they live.
Featuring school terms and holidays in AUS & NZ.
Grid start day: Monday.
Postage for this item is $10 within Australia (international postage rates vary according to destination) or free when purchasing a hat.
Size: 30cm (w) x 60cm (h)
Handcrafted History distills the rich history of Akubra into a beautifully presented coffee table book.
It is a tale of how handmade craftsmanship will always outshine fast fashion and about how people still matter.
Akubra hats are worn by people from every walk of life all over the world. Politicians and dignitaries, celebrities, sportsmen and women, those in the country and the city. It is a part of the Australian military history and has been part of the Olympic uniform.
Richly illustrated, this large-format coffee-table book features makes a gorgeous addition to any bookshelf.
Pack includes: Handcrafted History book (200 pages) in presentation box and 2021 Calendar.
Measuring Your Head Size
Heads come in all sizes, and in a surprising variety of shapes.
Although Akubra hats are adaptable, and will usually conform to differences in shape with a little wearing, it is essential that the size be correct for your head.
To determine your hat size follow these 3 simple steps:
- Measure the circumference around your head - approximately 12mm (1/2") above the ears
- Keep the dressmaker tape level and firm, across the temple and above the eyebrow ridges.
- Check the size chart given below.
NOTE: For in-between measurements use the next size up.
|U.K. hat:||6 1/2||6 5/8||6 3/4||6 7/8||7||7 1/8||7 1/4||7 3/8||7 1/2||7 5/8||7 3/4|
|U.S. hat:||6 5/8||6 3/4||6 7/8||7||7 1/8||7 1/4||7 3/8||7 1/2||7 5/8||7 3/4||7 7/8|
For an enduring fit with your new Akubra the following points should be considered:
- The Sheepskin inner band of the hat may shrink slightly with use. Do not expect a tight-fitting hat to 'loosen up'
- In time, the hat will conform to your head shape. Initially, a slightly loose-fitting hat can be adjusted using folded tissue placed behind the inner band, then removed as the hat conforms to your head shape.
The correct belt size is typically one size larger than the wearer's apparel waist measurement. For example 97cm pants will require a 102cm belt.
Akubra belts are measured from the buckle tip to the centre buckle hole, so a 92cm belt will adjust from 87cm to 97cm.