Safari Pith Helmet
Details� 100% twisted toyo straw� 2 �" brim� Leather interior band� Cushioned terry-covered sweat band� Faux leather accent� One size fits all
The Coconut Fallout.
In Queensland in 2002, the government removed coconut trees from beaches to prevent "death by coconut." We can reasonably determine that wearing this Safari Pith Helmet (No. 6680) on your adventures in the tropics may save your life.
This pith will also shield you from intense sunlight, falling acorns, wind, renegade frisbees, and wildly misguided praying mantises. If you're feeling snazzy, like Sir Herbert Samuel, wear with a three-piece suit. 100% twisted toyo straw woven to create a hard shell. 2 ½" brim. Leather interior band with adjustable hook and loop closure. Cushioned terry-covered sweat band in the front to keep you cool and comfortable. Faux leather accent. One size fits all (Velcro sizing adjustment for proper fit). Imported.