Sizing Chart


We want you to be proud of the look, style and fit of your Poe & Company Flat Cap or Apparel Item. Below are our sizing charts for you to review before making your purchase. You can also find sizing charts on the independent product pages as you browse the images or descriptions. 

We also have a robust return or exchange policy in the event it isn't the exact fit you were looking for. You can visit the Return or Exchange Policy here: Returns & Exchanges

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FLAT CAP SIZING

APPAREL SIZING 

Flat Caps Sizing

Poe and Company Flat Caps have their origins in Great Britain. We are proud to offer them by the centimeter in order to give our customers the closest to a custom fit available in a standard size. Many companies will only offer standard Small - XXX-Large. In doing so, they are able to limit their stock and manufacturing costs passing the off-sizes off to the customer. We want you to love the fit! 

For Poe & Company Limited Brand Flat Caps, Use the Chart Below.

We also offer "Harris Tweed Flat Caps from our Friends at Glencroft." You can note a Glencroft Harris Tweed in the Flat Cap descriptions. They generally run 1cm smaller so if you measure as a 59cm by measuring tape, please order a 57cm Harris Tweed. 

Ladies and Childrens Flat Caps are one-size fits all. Both have an elastic back to accommodate ladies hair styles and growing children.

 Find your size and find your style. Questions? Email us at: Customer Service

 

Poe & Company Apparel Sizing

We offer a finely selected range of adult and childrens apparel items. Please review sizing below. You can also find sizing on the independent product pages as you browse the images or descriptions. 

 WWII Bomber Jacket

XS S M L XL XXL
Chest 36-38 38-40 40-42 42-44 44-46 46-48
Sleeve Length (under arm) 54 55 56 57 57 58

Back Length

68 68 68 69 69 69

 

 "Felix the Raven" Sweatshirts

"Felix the Raven" T-Shirts

Lullaby Lamb Baby Booties

 0-3 Months     3-7 Months     7-12 Months 

 

 


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