Lovat Scouts Regimental Diced Scottish Balmoral hat with ribbon tails

£99.95

Lovat Scouts Regimental Diced Scottish Balmoral hat with ribbon tails

Dark navy balmoral with diced band, no rosette and long ribbon tails. Badge not included

100% made in Scotland since 1845.

Made to order approx. 3 weeks from order.

The Lovat Scouts (from 1903 to 1908 Lovat’s Scouts Imperial Yeomanry) were a British Army unit first formed during the Second Boer War as a Scottish Highland yeomanry regiment of the British Army. They were the first known military unit to wear a ghillie suit and in 1916 formally became the British Army’s first sniper unit, then known as “sharpshooters”. The regiment has gone through a number of changes and evolutions over the decades. For many years prior to the ending of the Scottish infantry division, it was embodied as the Orkney element of a rifle company as part of the 2nd Battalion, 51st Highland Volunteers.

How do you measure your Head Size?

All our sizes are listed UK hat sizes

Put measuring tape around your head, just above your eyebrows. Measurements can be in cms or inches – refer to the table below ( US customers please check your sizes on our chart as US sizes may vary compared to the UK size charts )

UK  – EU cm – Inches

6 3/4 = 54cm = 21 1/4

6 7/8 = 55cm = 21 5/8

7 = 56cm = 22

7 1/8 = 57cm = 22 3/8

7 1/4 = 58cm = 22 3/4

7 3/8 = 59cm = 23 1/4

7 1/2 = 60cm = 23 5/8

7 5/8 = 61cm = 24

7 3/4 = 62cm = 24 3/8

7 7/8 = 63cm = 24 7/8

8 = 64cm = 25 1/4

 

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Lovat Scouts Regimental Diced Scottish Balmoral hat with ribbon tails

Dark navy balmoral with diced band, no rosette and long ribbon tails. Badge not included

100% made in Scotland since 1845.

Made to order approx. 3 weeks from order.

The Lovat Scouts (from 1903 to 1908 Lovat’s Scouts Imperial Yeomanry) were a British Army unit first formed during the Second Boer War as a Scottish Highland yeomanry regiment of the British Army. They were the first known military unit to wear a ghillie suit and in 1916 formally became the British Army’s first sniper unit, then known as “sharpshooters”. The regiment has gone through a number of changes and evolutions over the decades. For many years prior to the ending of the Scottish infantry division, it was embodied as the Orkney element of a rifle company as part of the 2nd Battalion, 51st Highland Volunteers.

At the House of Labhran we offer the finest classic quality wool Scottish Glengarries, Balmorals, Kilmarnock Bonnets, Lowland Bonnets, Atholl Bonnets, Tam O Shanters. All our hats are 100% made in Scotland by Robert Mackie and have been since 1845.

Our glengarry hats and bonnets are as supplied to the Highland regiments and made in the finest wool, silk bands and silk ribbon tails. The hats are all hand finished by highly skilled and experienced craftspeople. Over the years we have worked on special orders for films, television and private clients. We have supplied WW1 pattern glengarries to re enactor groups, Hollywood films and a range of bespoke patterns for pipe bands and associations.

If you are looking for a bespoke pattern why not send us an email, we would love to hear from you.

 

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Hat Sizes

6 3/4 = 54cm = 21 1/4, 6 7/8 = 55cm = 21 5/8, 7 5/8 = 61cm = 24, 7 = 56cm = 22, 7 3/8 = 59cm = 23 1/4, 7 7/8 = 63cm = 24 7/8, 7 3/4 = 62cm = 24 3/8, 7 1/2 = 60cm = 23 5/8, 7 1/4 = 58cm = 22 3/4, 7 1/8 = 57cm = 22 3/8, 8 = 64cm = 25 1/4