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    New hat

    I want a new hat and was shopping in your store looking for one.
    look at the description of item number 139969558

    http://www.cafepress.com/defensivecarry.139969558

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    Top it off in our structured black cap made of sturdy, durable brushed canvas. 100% cotton breathes for year-round comfort. Adjustable closure with a low profile crown. Images are permanently adhered with a sturdy patch. Look cool on bad hair days or when shading your eyes from the sun. One size fits most.

    * Adjusts from 20" to 24"
    * Crown measures 3 ¼"
    * Structured 100% brushed cotton canvas
    * Permanently adhered polyester patch

    20" to 24 inch? I have a big head but not that big
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    20 to 24 inches is the circumference of the cap's headband. To realize how big a circumference your head might have take your hat size and multiply by pi (3.14159) and see what you get. I wear a 7 1/4 hat. The diameter of the circle that is my head is 7.25". Circumference is found by the formula pi X d. So pi - 3.14159 X diameter - 7.25" = circumference - 22.777". I don't have a big head either.
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    Since those hats are adjustable you don't need to measure your head to buy one of those.

    Here is a link to the conversion chart to convert a head measurment to your hat size.
    With exact instructions for measuring around your head.
    Click this link ---> http://www.baronhats.com/headsize.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr_cmg View Post
    20 to 24 inches is the circumference of the cap's headband. To realize how big a circumference your head might have take your hat size and multiply by pi (3.14159) and see what you get. I wear a 7 1/4 hat. The diameter of the circle that is my head is 7.25". Circumference is found by the formula pi X d. So pi - 3.14159 X diameter - 7.25" = circumference - 22.777". I don't have a big head either.
    I thought it might have something to do with being smarter than I am. Now I need a calculator to buy hats.
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    Unless you have an extremely small or large head, it should fit you fine....
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    According to the chart that QK linked to these hats should fit people who were hat sizes from about 6 3/8 to 7 5/8. Bumper is right you would have to have a very small or very large head not to be able to adjust the cap to fit.
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    Yet another benefit of DC.com - Math tips!

    Where else can you learn everything you need to know about firearms and their use AND get a refresher in geometry! This is good stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by K4Kimber View Post
    Where else can you learn everything you need to know about firearms and their use AND get a refresher in geometry! This is good stuff!
    haha. great. i might be able to use this info on my castings final tmrw

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    dr_cmg is living proof that it is not the physical size of the head that is important...it's what's in it and how you use it.
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