Rick, the store is on Stevens Creek, called "Australian products". Their website is Aussieproducts.com. It was a little hole in the wall store with trinkets and all things aussie related. Their entire hat collection consisted of about 5 or 6 Akubras hanging on a wall, and even those models they only had in one or two colors. But it was enough for me to check out sizing and see some in person. The staff were also very friendly. If you go there to seriously look though, call first to confirm which colors, models and sizes they have, as they have a very small selection.
"The M1911 campaign style hat (also known as a Montana Peak hat) is another outdoor classic worth considering. You've surely seen them atop park rangers, state police officers, Smokey the Bear, and Marine Corps drill instructors. They're typically available in felt or straw; the latter would be a good option for warmer climates."
Jonathan, I actually have a high quality felt Stratton campaign hat as part of my "Class A" uniform. It is a very solid and well built hat, but I'm honestly not a fan of the style. For one thing, the way we wear them is with a very noticeable forward cant. To size the hat to fit properly for this cant it will be a bit too small to wear in the traditional flat manner (too small by about a size or two). Also, with a forward cant, after a few hours it really digs into your forhead.
This is the only photo I have of my campaign hat, at the Police K9 memorial at UC Davis. But at least it gives people reading an idea of what the campaign hat is we're talking about:
As you can see, it does do a pretty good job of blocking the sun, even at an angle. But the Stratton campaign hat is much too heavy for hiking...much heavier than the Akubras I tried on yesterday.