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A cork hat is a type of headgear with cork strung from the brim, to ward off insects. Traditionally worn by jackaroos and swagmen in the blow-fly infested Australian outback,[1] the cork hat has become part of the stereotypical representation of the Australian ocker.[2] The shape and material of cork hats vary, though typically they are shaped similar to a slouch hat. Pieces of cork, often shaped as bottle stoppers, are hung on string from the brim of the hat. The low density of cork means a number of pieces may hang from a hat without significantly increasing the weight. Movement of the head causes the corks to swing, discouraging insects from swarming around the wearer's head. See also Culture of Australia References ^ Kim Griggs, Hats Off to Blowfly Researchers, Wired News, 19 July 2000, retrieved 17 February 2007 ^ Australian comedy, Australian Government culture and recreation portal, retrieved 17 February 2007 External links Cork hat cartoons This Australia-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e This clothing-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e