Straw Hat/DST

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It'll be uncomfortable to wear on my horns.


The Straw Hat is a Hat Item found in the Dress Tab. It costs 12 Cut Grass to craft. It is required to construct the Miner Hat and the Bush Hat. In the base game, it has no functionality when worn.

The Straw Hat does not require a Science Machine to prototype. It provides small protection from Wetness and 60 points of protection from Overheating, and loses Durability when worn. The Sewing Kit repairs 100% of its durability.

With the Seasonal Starting Items default preset, the Straw Hat will be given to any players joining a world for the first time, during Spring.

The simple combination of using the Straw Hat and the Umbrella is enough to prevent the player from getting wet during rain, being an easy and accessible way out for the Wetness problem as the Straw Hat has a low cost based solely on Cut Grass.

The Straw Hat is also one of the ingredients required to craft a Rain Hat.

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In Don't Starve Together, Skins can be applied to certain items to change their appearance. Information on how to obtain specific skins can be found on the Belongings page.

  • The Woven - Elegant Cowboy Straw Hat skin was introduced during the official Year of the Pig King event in 2019.

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  • The Straw Hat used to cost 30 Science Points to craft and had a value of 10 Science Points when used on a Science Machine in the research days of Don't Starve.
  • Before the Spoiled Rotten update, the Straw Hat was used to craft the Spiderhat.
  • Despite being made of Cut Grass, this hat is non-flammable.
  • The Straw Hat's description used to be "How fashionable!".

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