Jipijapa Hats

Jipijapa Hats


All beaded Huichol patterns are unique and they are handmade with 5590 crystal beads (chaquiras). A wooden weaving loom is used to make each pattern. The Huichol artisan takes one to three days to make one, depending on the complexity of each pattern. All patterns are handmade by Huichol artisans who preserve their culture through their unique art. We are a 100% sustainable brand. 

Since 1930, weaving Jipijapa hats is a tradition at Bécal, Campeche. Underground caves are required to make these hats since they provide enough humidity so that the palm does not break or suffer any damage. The art of weaving Jipijapa hats was added to the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage Lists on 5 December 2012. 



  • Sustainable source 
  • Ethically made 
  • Artisan 
  • Natural dyes 
  • Fair Trade 


Personalized and On-Demand 

This item will be made when you place your order. You will receive something handcrafted especially for you. And you won’t be adding to a mass production process that inevitably harms the planet. Please allow up to 7 business days for production. We promise it’s worth the wait. Want more customization? This item can be personalized. Ask us how (email us) 


Product Details Jipijapa

Products are made with high-quality, natural materials. Each piece is made and dyed 100% by hand by artisans and can take several days to complete. Since the materials we use to develop them are natural, they can have a variety of characteristics that are intrinsic to the material. For this reason, we cannot promise absolute perfection and none of our products are completely identical. We like to think that this increases the authenticity and character of each piece. 


  • Eco friendly 
  • Durable Hats
  • Made with the best fibers from the inner layers of the palm leaf
  • Each hat is a true piece of art using different colors of natural dyed straw to create various patterns 
  • All beaded Huichol patterns are unique and they are handmade with 5590 crystal beads (chaquiras) 
  • Made in Mexico 



  • Small: 54-55 cm 
  • Medium: 56-57 cm 
  • Large: 58-59 cm 
  • Extra Large: 60-61 cm
Hepina front (1)
Viyéri side2
Véiya side2
Vevíya side2
Tutú side2
Tíya side2
Tepia side2
Tiari side2
Téni side2
Tasiu side2
Tácai side2
Táca side2
Sisi side2
Quesínari side
Píya side2
Quemári side2
Pasica side2
Niyé side2
Néma side2
Naxi side2
Mildred side2
Naisáta side2
Méripai side2
Maxima side2
Marima side2
Matéicari side2
Maraica side2
Máca side2
Hiváta side2
Huiyá side
Hirica side
Hikuri side2
Hepina side2
Hexu side2
Hasúcari side2
Hague side2
Cuaiyá side2
Ciyé side2
Cixáiya side2
Carima front
Canúva front
Capé front
Canario front