Western Welder 6-Panel Cap
Western Welder 6-Panel Cap
Western Welder 6-Panel Cap
Western Welder 6-Panel Cap
Western Welder 6-Panel Cap
Western Welder 6-Panel Cap
Western Welder 6-Panel Cap
Western Welder 6-Panel Cap

Western Welder 6-Panel Cap

Rated 4.6 out of 5
Based on 91 reviews
Regular price $23.99
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Western Welder welding caps are made of pre-shrunk fabric cotton/polyester blend. They are a deep crown fit and reversible. Sizes range from 7″ to 8″.

 We recommend that you order one size up from the size you normally wear to account for the covering of your ears

average rating 4.6 out of 5
Based on 91 reviews
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Quality
Rated 5 out of 5
Fit
Rated -2 on a scale of minus 2 to 2, where minus 2 is Runs Small, 0 is True to Size and 2 is Runs Large
91 Reviews
Reviewed by Joshua V.
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I don't recommend this product
Rated 1 out of 5
Review posted

Too small

The hat is awesome. It’s perfect aside from the fact it’s too small! I ordered the same size I have worn in fitted hats and welding caps for over 20 years. Given how expensive these caps are, they should atleast be the right fit.

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Quality
Rated 5 out of 5
Fit
Rated -2 on a scale of minus 2 to 2, where minus 2 is Runs Small, 0 is True to Size and 2 is Runs Large
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Reviewed by Gerald W., from United States
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

my review

Thanks for asking.

I have been welding since 1977 AD. In the beginning I wore Lee welders caps and other mattress ticking cotton types, blue and grey stripe 6 panel hats. When they became unavailable I switched to Landry caps from Port Arthur, Texas. If you are aware of them you will know that they were made from Sunbrella awning material and they last a very long time unlike the cotton mattress ticking. On occasion I also wore the black and yellow caps that were made available by Lincoln Welding. I bought these at welding supply shops. I never liked the polka dot hats that were also available at the welder supply shops. I thought the quality was on the poor side. But the WW hats are a different story. They are certainly well made but they took me some getting used to. This summer I found them to be too warm to wear so I reverted to my Landry caps. I think that they are warmer because they have an inner lining. I expect that they will be more comfortable as the temperature starts to drop. The other thing that I am not used to is the high crown. I do not understand why it is necessary. Also, if the hat is pulled down tight and the brim is to the front I find that it covers my eyes. Therefore I wear it brim up ala Huntz Hall of The Bowery Boys fame. When I am welding, naturally I turn the brim down and turn the hat around. I like your shirts very much. Formerly I wore Carhart, Wrangler, and BB. Carhart is no longer available and I do not like the snaps on the BB western style…

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Reviewed by Frank S., from United States
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I don't recommend this product
Rated 2 out of 5
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Fathead

The hat was so much larger than normal.

Can you send me a return label ?

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Reviewed by Michael H., from United States
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

6 panel cap

one of the most comfortable and great fitting hat

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Reviewed by Brad M., from Canada
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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5 Stars

I have been buying size 71/2 beanies from you for 2 years now and they fit great. On my most recent order I got 9 size 71/2s and they are all way to big.

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Diagram for welding cap sizing. Circumference is measured around the forehead.