Robin 5-Panel Winter Cap | Oregon
Robin 5-Panel Winter Cap | Oregon
Robin 5-Panel Winter Cap | Oregon
Robin 5-Panel Winter Cap | Oregon
Robin 5-Panel Winter Cap | Oregon
Robin 5-Panel Winter Cap | Oregon
Robin 5-Panel Winter Cap | Oregon
Robin 5-Panel Winter Cap | Oregon
Robin 5-Panel Winter Cap | Oregon
Robin 5-Panel Winter Cap | Oregon
Robin 5-Panel Winter Cap | Oregon
Robin 5-Panel Winter Cap | Oregon
Robin 5-Panel Winter Cap | Oregon
Robin 5-Panel Winter Cap | Oregon
Robin 5-Panel Winter Cap | Oregon
Robin 5-Panel Winter Cap | Oregon
Robin 5-Panel Winter Cap | Oregon
Robin 5-Panel Winter Cap | Oregon

Robin 5-Panel Winter Cap | Oregon

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Size Baby Small

Only 1 left in stock

Robin is a 5-panel winter cap made of corduroy with an extra warm plush lining. It comes in 4 different sizes for babies and kids up to 8 years. 

The oregon model features the signature soft-visor and our snake-logo on the front. The cap has ear flaps and can be tied with a ribbon.

– made of premium german corduroy (industrial overproduction)
– lining in organic cotton plush (made in Italy)
– ear flaps with ribbon
– soft-visor
– from 6 M to 8 Y
– handmade in Germany

SIZE GUIDE 

Robin baby small

Head circumference: 43 – 46 cm
Age: ca. 6 – 12 months

Robin baby large

Head circumference: 46 – 49 cm
Age: ca. 12 – 24 months

Robin kids small

Head circumference: 49 – 52 cm
Age: ca. 2 – 4 years

Robin kids large

Head circumference: 52 – 55 cm
Age: ca. 4 – 8 years

As we all know all kids are different. And as diverse our kids are, as diverse are their heads. So as we found out, there is no fixed size for a certain age – small kids have small heads, large kids have large heads, whatever age they are.

So please measure your kids head and take the right size based on the head circumference. The ages we put to the sizes are just an educated guess and are not reliable.
 

HOW TO MEASURE YOUR KIDS HEAD

Take a measuring tape and measure from the middle of the forehead horizontally around the head. Quick check: if the tape is just above the ears you are doing well 

If you don’t have a measuring tape at hand you can also use any cord you find. Just use it like a tape and measure the length that it took to go around the head afterwards with a rule