Each Grey Winter Hat includes a unique digital item redeemable in Don’t Starve Together! Available only in the official Klei Store.
Match your surroundings and fight back the cold with the grey Don’t Starve winter hat. The grey Don’t Starve winter hat is perfect for keeping your brain nice and toasty while matching the grey overcast skies above. This knitted cap features classic patterns pulled directly from the game’s art files and an embroidered minimalist Klei logo on one side.
Winter Hat Features
- Special Edition Grey Winter Hat!
- Includes a unique digital item code for Don’t Starve Together!
- Embroidered a minimalist Klei logo (one side).
- Dimensions (lying flat): 8″ wide 10″ tall.
- Knitted stitch (Yarn is 60% cotton & 40% acrylic))
- Individually poly-bagged.
- Full colour tag.
The Winter Hat is one size fits all but will easily fit the entire range of head sizes in the standard measurement chart shown below (S – XXL). With the stretchy nature of the woven knit, it’s very accommodating for everyone from youth to adult head sizes. It’s even fine a few inches beyond the largest standard size (USA 8 / 25.5″), it will just be more of a beanie / formed fit if worn fully on the head.
Hat Measuring Chart
Remember, exact fit will depend on factors such as how you wear it (slight tilt to side or back VS fully on). It will also depend on how much hair you’re trying to fit under it! The sizing chart below will give you a rough idea of fit based on wearing it fully on your head (no tilt to back or to the side).
The average head size for women is 7 1⁄4 (U.S. sizing). An average head size for men is size 7 3⁄8 (using U.S. sizing), 58 cm (using European sizing) or 7 1⁄8 (using UK sizing). Of course, head sizes and shapes can also differ from country to country.
How to Measure your Head
Take a measuring tape and place it around the circumference of the head, slightly above the ears. If you don’t have a flexible or fabric tape measure you can use string, or even a shoe lace, make note of where it touches, remove it from your head, and then measure the distance flat on a surface.