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Bedhead Hats

NOAH OLIVE | Boys Reversible Bucket Hat

Bedhead explorer hats are perfect for busy toddlers.


A classic style bucket hat from the gorgeous new 'Heritage' Collection.   Not only are they made from high quality eco-friendly linen, which has a beautiful soft texture and fantastic ability to self-cool in Summer, they are also fully REVERSIBLE and feature an adjustable elastic head tie and chin strap.


The fabric is also UPF 50+ rated for extra sun protection and has been tested and complies with the Australian standard AS/NZS 4399.


The NOAH OLIVE design is a smart looking dusty olive, grey and beige check with a plain olive linen reverse side, giving you 2 stylish options to wear.


Bedhead hats are great when it comes to dealing with a floppy brim that impairs your vision.  Their brims are soft and flexible, but still hold their shape ensuring that babies and toddlers can still see without fuss.



  • UPF 50+ rated fabric
  • Eco-friendly linen
  • Complies with AS/NZS 4399
  • Adjustable chinstrap and head tie
  • Cold gentle machine wash and line dry in shade
  • Australian designed



Measuring your child's head before purchasing is a must to ensure you select the most suitable size.

Step 1: Divert your child's attention, to stop them trying to grab their head while you are measuring.  You can use a toy or snack for example. 

Step 2: Measure their head circumference using a tape measure.  If you don't have a tape measure, use a piece of string or a ribbon and then measure the ribbon with a ruler.

Step 3: Purchase the size closest to your childs measurement.  Bedhead hats have a good range of stretch and will grow up to 4cm.


FOR EXAMPLE: The child measures 41cms, you will need the 42cm size that will stretch another 4cms up to 46cms - giving plenty of future wear. Purchasing the next size up would be too large and block the childs vision.