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The James Bond Stoke Panama Trilby Hat - Goldfinger Edition - by Lock & Co.

Introducing the James Bond Stoke Panama Trilby Hat, part of the 007 x Lock & Co. limited edition collection.  

60 years of James Bond style combines with Lock & Co.'s 346 year hat-making heritage, cementing a long-standing relationship between the two British brands. Designs are inspired by the past and present, referencing archive hats from the series, and will be released throughout 2022.

Details.  A highly versatile and wearable men’s panama handmade from 100% handwoven Toquilla straw with a pork-pie style square crown. This exquisitely finished piece is the ultimate accessory and is finished with an internal sweatband in soft leather. Made in a limited series, the collector's piece is crafted by hand in the traditional way using historic millinery techniques. Presented in a signature 007 x Lock & Co. hat box. 

Dimensions. Crown H10cm, brim W5.5cm

Size guide. To find your size, measure by placing a soft tape measure around your head, positioned mid-forehead and just above the ears. Find the corresponding size in cm or inches on the hat size chart in our image gallery

Care. If wet, shake off any water and leave to dry at room temperature. To clean, steam and brush with a hard bristle hat brush to remove dust and dirt, brushing the hat using short strokes, following the natural direction of the fibre. 

The makers. Established in 1676, Lock & Co. is the oldest hat shop in the world, the oldest shop in London and one of the oldest family-owned businesses still in existence. No matter the customer, what everyone has come to expect from Lock & Co. is the best: the best designs, the best fabrics, the best service. Their designs have graced the heads of some of the greatest figures in history from Admiral Lord Nelson, Sir Winston Churchill and Oscar Wilde, to David Beckham, Benedict Cumberbatch and Kate Moss. Founded by James Lock, the company is now run by the 7th generation of the family from the shop at No. 6 St. James’s Street, London and holds two Royal Warrants.