Just an observation, not a criticism: you wear your hat rather high up on your head. This can make the hat look taller simply because it is higher up in the air. But if it is comfy, then that's the way to go. Me, I like tall hats, too. I just wear 'em lower.
'There is a fine line between art and fondling.'
1980s most likely.
''I won't be wronged.
I won't be insulted.
I won't be laid a-hand on.
I don't do these things to other people, and I require the same from them.''
*John Bernard Books- 1901*
Has anyone tried those buffalo felt hats?
I have a boss of the plains from that collection, but I think they call it by another name-- yes- the "Austral." I believe TRick also owns one.
I'm really happy with it. Very sturdy, rugged felt, and the sweatband is one of the softest and most comfortable I've ever experienced. The Australs come in basically a pecan colored felt they call "bark" but some other models are available in black I think.
I haven't tested mine in rain yet, and it doesn't get s much noggin time as some of my other, more urban hats, but I look forward to wearing it more and I actually happen to love the way it looks on the wall, too!
"I have recently acquired a new hat of such ferocity that it has been running my whole life for me. I wake up in the morning thinking, 'Who shall I wear my hat at today?'"
Anyone know when Stephen L. Stetson hats stopped using the liner with the black lines blanking out some wording?
If they stopped at all before stopping producing hats.
The crown sticker/label came out of my Akubra. Does anyone know what I should use to reattach it? The hat is unlined, just had the Akubra label in the crown. Thanks in advance for the help.