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Ultrafino Panama Hats

Founded in 2003 with a mission to share the artistic marvels of the Ecuadorian Woven Panama Hat. Ultrafino prides itself on selling handmade headwear of the finest quality. All of our Panama hats are handwoven in Ecuador by master artisans and finished by us in Seattle, Washington. Our hats are works of art that bring many years of wearing pleasure to you. If you would like to view our hats in person, visit our showroom in Lynnwood, WA. Directions are on our contact page.

Ultrafino Panama Hats

Summer 2017 Collection

Ayers Vented Safari Panama Hat

$134.99

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Balboa Vented Straw Panama Hat

$164.99

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Bora Bora Fedora Straw Panama Hat

$149.99

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Fedora Monaco Straw Panama Hat

$199.99

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Mediterranean Traveler Packable Panama Hat

$129.00

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Valteri Vented Fedora Panama Hat

$161.99

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How to Store Your Hats At Home

A beautiful and well-made hat is a style investment that you can enjoy for many years. However, if the hat is stored incorrectly this can cause damage and make your hat look worse for wear before its time. If you have treated yourself to a high quality Ecuadorian woven Panama hat, don’t cheapen its appearance by storing it incorrectly. This article will offer some valuable tips for storing your hat at home.
April 14, 2017
Panama Hat History

The Complete Panama Hat History

What country makes Panama hats? Where do Panama hats come from? We’ve noticed a lot of misinformation floating around the internet about the origin of Panama hats, and as a central authority in Panama hats, we feel it’s our job at Ultrafino to give you the official Panama hat history
February 09, 2017
Caring For Your Panama Hat

Caring For Your Panama Hat

Panama hats are special due to their construction and the materials involved. Your Panama hat was woven together with straw, and if it’s a genuine Panama hat, it was made from toquilla straw using the traditional Ecuadorian weaving process. This process takes a lot of time and precision, making your Panama hat cost more than its disingenuous counterpart. Needless to say, each Panama hat is a unique work of art which means you need to take care of it properly in order to maintain it.

September 01, 2016