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VANLINNEN

Bucket hat

€59.00 EUR
Color
White
Graphite
Cocoa
Flax

Insulated quilted bucket hat. 100% linen quilted fabrics from the outside and inside, linen thermal fibre insulation. ( 80 % linen and 20 % adhesive component) 

Due to the natural properties of flax, it is neither cold nor hot. Linen maintains body temperature for your maximum comfort. You can safely wear the bucket hat in the winter at -10 degrees, as well as in the spring at +10 degrees.

Linen material is fast drying, so it's no problem if you were caught in the rain.

The quality of the product will allow you to enjoy it for many years!

You can choose any colour from our current palette.

You can wash at 30 degrees at minimum speed.

    VANLINNEN specialises in sustainable textile. The company offers everything for the home: from tablecloths to curtains and bedding, clothes for men, women and kids, and everything is made from pure 100% linen. The brand was launched by two best friends Kate and Anna, with a big passion for natural fabrics and slow living.

    VANLINNEN was born as a digital brand specialising in linen homewares and apparel. 
    All their products are handcrafted in a small atelier in Europe and made from organic 100% linen - the fibres of flax plants. Flax uses less water and pesticides to grow than cotton and it is fully biodegradable when it's not mixed with other materials. It is one of the oldest textiles in the world and the most durable - to reduce buying clothes every season. Thanks to various woven techniques the company can offer many shades of natural linen, from oatmeal colour to rough grey, and lighter grey shades. When flax dyed naturally in the sun, it becomes white. The coloured linen has been dyed with soft pigments, which does not give allergies and suitable for toddlers. Most of their items are made on-demand and tailored because they support reasonable consumption and want to produce more of what you like, instead of overstocking. They transport goods as rarely as possible and only with land transport to minimise CO2.