Buriad people, living in eastern part of Mongolia, have been wearing “Hasabish” hat for hundreds of years.
The Mongolian Buriad hat symbolizes mountain, the sun rays, the flames, and the wick. Twenty-one tack is used on the top and fringed to four cardinal directions and to eight tracks thus they believe it brings luck. The front of the lettuce is designed to long and the tails to fit the size of the neck.
The brim of the hat can bring down to prevent the person from harsh wind or come up making some shadows when hot outside. Such nature enables the hat to become more comfortable to wear any season of the year.