Aaru Plum
Rathee Blue
Ganden Red
Jeera Olive
Aaru Plum
Rathee Blue
Ganden Red
Jeera Olive


Regular price
Style #:KH1211

Web Orders Temporarily Unavailable

Email Me When It's in Stock

Handcrafted in Nepal and made of naturally warm and durable lambswool, and lined in soft, moisture wicking Polarfleece® for itch-free comfort and an extra layer of warmth.

  • Handcrafted in small women co-ops in the ancient city of Bhaktapur right outside Kathmandu
  • 100% lambswool | Lining: 100% Polarfleece® polyester

Khunga (koong•ga)

A common Tibetan name that can be for both male and female.

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Clyde Norelli
Well made with tightly knitted wool

My hat is warm and nicely made and makes me feel good I was helping someone in school.

Terry Barnard
Khunda hat, plum color

This is a wonderful warm cozy hat. I have sensitive skin and this hat does not cause itching. I highly recommend this quality product. Thank you.

Jerry Costanza
Super comfy!

Great quality hat! Lots of compliments on the color. Nice and warm and not itchy. The reviewer that says it is not being warm must live in the North Pole. It’s warm don’t worry.

Mike T
Stylish, great fit, not warm

This hat is very stylish and has a great fit, but provides little warmth or protection from the wind. I was looking for a winter hat that would be deep enough to cover my ears on cold winter days and the fit of the hat does exactly that. Unfortunately, the hat is not warm and not wind resistant at all. You can't tell from the online pics, but this is a loose knit wool cap and you can actually see directly through the hat when holding it up to the light - and the cold and wind come right through it. There is a small band of polarfleece lining around the edge of the hat which covers your ears, but that is it. The description is misleading and should be revised to indicate that the entire hat does not have the polarfleece lining.


Khunga Hat


Every item you buy provides a day of school

We’re on a mission to help educate the girls and boys in Nepal. When you wear Sherpa Adventure Gear, you’re helping to teach a child and create opportunity for a new generation.

10 million days of school by 2030

Learn More