Found a pic of some hats I am liking
Can anyone tell me if the steel grey Tumwater pictured in this thread is the same color as the grey hat, second shelf, far left?
What colors are the grey hats on the far right, first on the top shelf and then on the second shelf?
I have a Stetson in caribou and thinking a second grey hat is what I want and do not want one that is so close in color though.
I have a Stetson in Caribou, and IMHO, it's very different than the Steel Grey color.
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Memph, a good place to see the colours (bearing in mind that most people's monitors are not calibrated) is the set of swatches that Ed Wiser recently updated to Art's Vintage Silhouettes site.
The Steel is the same felt for Art, Tony and most of the custom hat guys. I have a Steel hat from Tony. It is very much a blue/grey felt.
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Really beautiful, aught12! Congrats. I bumped a "Hat Adornments" thread for you, if you feel like posting yours there.
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Very nice aught12. Am I the only one that thinks that vintage ribbon looks like modern carbon fiber?
Editing to ammend: Am I the only one that thinks carbon fiber looks like that vintage ribbon?
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I bought a bone colored hat because before it get's pounced, it looks darker. Definitely look both online and at the swatches. I like the Steel Gray, but I bought a Charcoal with a blue band that I'm VERY happy with. Normal wild Tony B ribbon in subdued colors. Pictures are back in this thread somewhere.
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