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Snakeskin Hat
Snakeskin Hat.png
"Keep the rain out, and look cool doing it."
Snakeskin.png × 1Straw Hat.png × 1Bone Shards.png × 1
Icon Dress.png
Alchemy Engine.png
8 Days
Protects from rain and lightning

Delays freezing in Winter
Protects from Jellyfish electrocution

Stacks up to
Does not stack
Wilson Portrait.png
It should repel the rain from my hair.


Willow Portrait.png
Water just runs right off it.


Wolfgang Portrait.png
Very good.


Wendy Portrait.png
A hat of trophies, wrenched from the dead!


WX-78 Portrait.png


Wickerbottom Portrait.png
Rain repellent headwear!


Woodie Portrait.png
Now would this be a "touque" or a "tuque"?


Waxwell Portrait.png
Quite dashing, actually.


Wigfrid Portrait.png
Shall I wear the serpent?


Webber Portrait.png
Does snakeskin make us look tough?


Walani Portrait.png
Raindrops keep falling on my hat.


Warly Portrait.png
Tres cool.


Woodlegs Portrait.png
On me head? Wear thet?


Snakeskin Hat is a craftable Dress item in the Shipwrecked DLC. It is the DLC's version of the Rain Hat. It requires 1 Snakeskin, 1 Straw Hat, and 1 Bone Shards to craft and an Alchemy Engine to prototype. The Sewing Kit repairs 62.5% of its durability.

When worn during Rain, it protects against Wetness gain by 70%. Additionally, it insulates the player against Lightning strikes and the electric shocks of Jellyfish.

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