Havstad Hat Company is a custom hat company based in Central Oregon focused on building lifetime quality, heirloom hats using the finest beaver felts made in the USA.
Our books are filled for the 2021-2022 hat season. Thank you for all your support! We will be opening for a limited amount of custom orders for our 2022-2023 season starting next fall. Follow the link below to join our waitlist and be notified when we open the shop via our newsletter.
Ordering a custom Havstad hat
When ordering your custom hat, the first thing you must consider is what type of felt you would like your hat made with.
Different felt weights allow for different choices in color. Options range from Bone to Black and everything in between, including Cate's signature plant dyed collection,
Hues of The High Desert.
Weight and color are just the beginning, A lifetime quality Havstad hat allows you to customize your hatband, sweatband, silk liner, and more.
HUES OF THE HIGH DESERT COLLECTION
A one of a kind collection made of 100x
Premium Beaver felts
dyed with wildcrafted plants
harvested from the high deserts of Eastern Oregon.
CUSTOM HAT WORKSHOPS
Each Spring and Fall, Cate hosts intimate Build Your Own Custom Hat Workshops from her mobile workshop, nestled in some of her favorite places around the country.
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Today I write to you, briefly, spontaneously, and excitedly. It's been some months of personal and creative manifestation of a profound new chapter for Havstad Hat Co. I'll start with how I end, and you decide if you want to read the in between; Custom Orders will reopen this month, November 2021. Newsletter subscribers will be the first notified when the limited commission spots are restocked here on the website.
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