A new take on the sunny-weather staple, handmade in Ecuador from Toquilla straw.
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  • Handmade item, dimensions may vary slightly
  • Knitted band height: 2.25 in.
  • Brim width: 4.5 in.
  • To find out your hat size, measure the circumference of your head from above your eyebrows, or where you’d like the hat to rest for exact measurement. Please reference our size chart to see which hat size is the best fit for your head based on your measurements.


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Mail Returns
We accept returns of unused and unworn products within 30 days of shipment of your order. Monogrammed items, shipping fees, duties and VAT are not refundable. You may receive the merchandise amount refunded to your original payment method, less a $8 return shipping and administrative fee. The return shipping fee is waived for orders refunded to store credit. For all of our return options, please see here.

In-store Returns
Cuyana accepts returns in-person, free of charge, in our store locations for online orders. Please bring your order number with the return in store.

Chic & Modern

Our Visor is woven with a statement, wide-brim design to provide ample shade and a soft, stretchy band to provide further comfort and adjustability.


Handwoven in Ecuador

Handcrafted by artisans in their homes using heritage techniques recognized by UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.


Renewable Resource

Made from toquilla straw, a renewable resource made from young palm fronds that are harvested without harming the main tree.

The Evolution of an Icon

The story illustrates four female weavers making their journey to the peak of the mountain, guided by the oldest woman in the group. On the path, they connect with their surroundings and share valuable time with each other while weaving and passing on the knowledge of the traditional craft.

Preserving Heritage

Nathalie Kelly, actress and advocate for indigenous communities, joins us in highlighting the stories of the people behind our signature hats and La Toquillera, whose namesake is taken after our female artisan weavers.

The Original Icon

Our first-ever hat, an emblem of Ecuadorian culture and craftsmanship. We are proud to keep that tradition alive. In May, we officially changed its name from the former misnomer, Panama Hat, to Ecuador Hat to reflect its true heritage.

A Summer Icon

Light and versatile, our handwoven hat makes for the perfect piece to top off your everyday looks this sunny season and beyond.

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