Ivory color with hand-made Mexican flowers.

The unique straw used in Pachacuti’s panama hats comes from the toquilla plant (carludovica palmata) which grows in the tropical coastal mountains of Ecuador.

Prairie Hat by Pachacuti

Out of stock


The intricately woven horsehair band is hand-made in Ecuador. The hair is removed from the tails and manes without harming or distressing the horses. The Panama straw is grown on biodiverse, community-owned plantations where the same plant can be cropped for 100 years. All Pachacuti materials are sourced for their heritage, beauty and sustainability.

• Sustainable Materials • Fair Trade •


You have no gift box in shopping cart.


For over two decades, Pachacuti has created hats which are a subtle union of tradition, luxury and sustainability. Combining the heritage of two cultures, a Pachacuti Panama Hat links the creativity of British design with the unique savoir faire of their Ecuadorian weavers.

Weaving a Panama Hat is high craft. Each of their hats has its own, unique character as it is woven entirely by hand, taking between one day and one month to complete depending on the quality of the weave.

Pachacuti was the world’s first company to be certified by the World Fair Trade Organization’s (WFTO) Sustainable Fair Trade System. This was the first audited certification which verifies that an entire supply chain is following Fair Trade principles and sustainable environmental practices.