All our traditional-shaped berets have a full-grain cowhide headband, which determines a cut. Most of our berets come in size S, M and L, which are suitable for a very large majority of heads.
Some are also available in XS and XL. Find the size you need according to your head in the table below.
|Size||Size in CM||Size in Inches|
|xs||53 - 54||6" 5/8|
|s||55 - 56||6" 3/4 - 6" 7/8|
|m||57 - 58||7" - 7" 1/8|
|l||59 - 60||7" 1/4 - 7" 1/8|
|xl||61 - 62||7" 1/2 - 7" 5/8|
If your measurement is between 2 sizes, take the larger, your beret will be more comfortable to wear.
You do not know your head? Do not panic, we'll explain everything to you. How to measure your head circumference? The head circumference is measured at the level of the forehead, about 1-2 cm above the eyebrows, and at the level of the the back of the head.
Use a measuring tape to take the measurement. If you do not have one, you can take the measure with a ribbon or a non-elastic thread and then measure its length using a standard meter or ruler.
Collar: unit of measurement of the outer diameter of the beret, also called Plateau. The necks are expressed in royal inches, from collar 9 to collar 11.5 inch.
The choice of the width of the tray (9; 9.5; 10; 10.5; 11 inches) is a function of the shape of the face and the corpulence of the person.
- for a thin face and a thin silhouette, choose 9.5 or 10 inches maximum
- for a round face and a body shape we choose 10.5 or 11 inches