in charcoal gray:
Man, I really want a Stylemaster. Great idea for a thread.
Wow, so many awesome hats. I'll try to get some good pictures of mine this weekend.
Absolutely love this bash! I've been trying to get a good diamond bash in my International (see profile picture). Having a little trouble getting it just right, though.Originally Posted by Colby Jack
Thanks. The Fed is really an adaptable hat. It doesn't need to be center creased, though it does look great as an Indy hat.Originally Posted by BobC
Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?
Nice hats, all.
IC - that black beauty is da' bomb! I don't often see a black hat look that sharp. And Dee is 'Lovely' as usual!
Snowy River (one tough work hat) is the best I can do:
"I'm gonna' pack my suitcase and head on down the line. Ain't nobody worried, ain't nobody cry'n."
I can add a couple of Akubra country hats...
Stockman in Glen Grey:
Cattleman in Sand (same as Silverbelly?):
I've also got a Federation (III) in Mid-Brown. This shot was from back when it was newly bashed - it's got WAY more swoop to the brim now (and for those who care, it's a Wested Raiders jacket in dark brown lambskin):
As I've said here before, I've got a Carbon Grey Bogart on order, but delivery is still a couple of months off...
I don't know why I don't wear it more. I always think of the color being too dressy but when I look at my pics it seems just as casual as anything else. And even though it's black it is light and not hot at all.Originally Posted by HarpPlayerGene
Oh, I think it's ok to replace those vintage gloves for some new ones!
Live Free... or Die
That is very nice looking is it a regular fed or deluxe? I just ordered a brown regular.Originally Posted by Doctor Strange
What's the brim width on that cattleman? I like that one too!
Live Free... or Die
That's the regular Federation - the old, little-bit-wider-brimmed, "III" version - in Mid-Brown. I believe the new Dark Brown of the Fed IV avoids the slightly greenish cast that this color exhibits under some lighting conditions (though not the mixed flourescents/incandescents of this picture.)