Genuine Montecristi Fino Panama Hat – A Small Glimpse at its Process

This video is presented by Joseph Rosenbaum in association with Pablo Franco and MillineryEzone.com. It shows the process of priming Montecristi Fino Panama hats. This process can vary from one family to another. The process shown in this video is very good. The process of blocking a Montecristi Fino Panama hat will be shown in a later video.

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BugetProductions says:

Thank you…

the lockness monster says:

Wow exquisite hats

teakey says:

enjoyable watch elevates the appreciation.

Freedom Meta says:

wow! amazing work!

malucobeleza760 says:

Awesome!

blancabarberan says:

Los famosos sobreros de paja toquilla, popularmente conocidos como “Panama Hats” no se hacen en Panamá. Se hacen en una comunidad rural llamada Pile en Montecristi en la Costa del Ecuador. esta es la historia de los artesanos de ese lugar.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LvVprnNgkIY

jose luis roman vega roman vega says:

DUELE VER CUUANTO DEMORA UNA PERSONA EN TEJER UN SOMBRERO FINO CUANTO SE LE PAGA A LA TEJEDORA O TEJEDOR Y LUEGO CUANDO CRUZA FRONTERAS ESE SOMBRERO QUE COSTO ENTRE 100 DOLARES EN MUCHAS OCACIONES EN EUROPA O ESTADOS UNIDOS EL MISMO SOMBRERO LLEGA A COSTAR CERCA DE 2.000, 4.000 DOLARES     QUE INJUSTICIA……PARA LOS TEJEDORES 

Teng Wang says:

I really appreciate and thank the people that made this video possible!

Knowing now what it takes to make a hat akes me cherish and value my hat a lot more! The time, effort and patience required to make this is touching. I will definately be buying more hats int the future!

Israel Vasquez says:

yo, you suuuucckkk at filming as well as video editing… you did good at informing, but not at shooting or editing.

agustin jener says:

Estos sombreros son una verdadera obra de arte tengo uno me siento muy orgulloso de tenerlo mis feicitaciones a todos las personas que intervienen en su construccion

Joe Clark says:

Excellent video!

alberto Corbett says:

El verdadero sombrero de la República de Panamá, original, autóctono, único, irreproducile, inclonable e insustituíble, hermoso, pintoresco, con sus diferentes significados de acuerdo a su uso, es el sombrero PINTAO O MONTUNO. Saludos a los ecuatorianos por su lindo sombrero, le cae muy bien el sagrado nombre de nuestro país: PANAMÁ.

BugetProductions says:

Thank you.

jose luis roman vega roman vega says:

LOS PRIMITIVOS HABITANTES U AUTÓCTONOS PRE HISPÁNICOS DE ESTA ZONA YA CONOCÍAN  EL LABORIOSO TEJIDO DEL SOMBRERO ….SI NO  INVESTIGEN LAS CERÁMICAS PRECOLOMBINA DE JA FASE CHORRERA, MACHALILLA, JAMA COAQUE EL SOMBRERO ES TAN ANTIGUO EN ESTA ZONA COMO EL HOMBRE QUE LA HABITA. CON EL TIEMPO LO QUE HIZO FUE MEJORAR Y AFINAR SU TEJIDO QUE EN MUCHOS CASOS ES MAS FINO QUE UNA TELA 

redleg18739 says:

Amazing video! Thanks!

Of the hundreds or even thousands of dollars that these hats sell for around the world, how much do the individuals involved in the manufacturing process actually receive per hat?

Mr Jimmy says:

Its a very tough process please do not bargain with this Hat’s manufacturers.If you want to bargain please bargain in the big showrooms. Nice video. Very Informative Indeed!

Brian Cho says:

I am completely amazed by all the work that went into my Panama hat.

BugetProductions says:

Thank you.

drjamyma says:

great music on this!

BugetProductions says:

Thank you.

Jeff Steberg says:

workers are wearing a different hat though, hahha

Jim Maddox says:

Unbelievable! Excellent Video production, great music and wonderfully done story summary text. Well worth the time to watch. I would never have known, Panama Montecristi Hats require a great deal of time and effort to make.

notsuretwo says:

Wow.  A rare glimpse of old world technology, which in my opinion supersedes science.  How long must it have taken to perfect this process.  Amazing.

BugetProductions says:

Thank you.

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