Last edited by Mahagonny Bill; 05-18-2011 at 04:18 PM.
Oh damn! Now you've got me thinking (always a dangerous activity!).
Holland's .375: One Planet, One Rifle . . . for one hundred years!
This has turned out to be a great conversion. I have so many thin ribbon fedora's and I just picked up that Borsalino in N. Carolina for another addition. So it was nice to change one into something a little more unique. This particular one, with it's wide brim and high crown really lent itself to the Musketeer model.
I take one look at that hat and two things immediately cross my mind: first, that's an unusually nice hat, and would stand out as such even in a crowd of unusually nice hats; and second, there's a whole lot to get right in crafting such a thing. I wouldn't recommend anyone try making one of those until he gets a whole lot of hat-crafting under his belt first.
Last edited by tonyb; 05-18-2011 at 08:15 PM.
Good grief I am amazed .... Art even got it right down to the little bump in the side dent from the add ... The quality of Arts hats are second to none and no one truly appreciates it until the hold one ... But to so exactly replicate from a 2 demential photo (although I beloved he has a vast hat collection so he might actually have one of these in his possession) it is truly an amazement!!
Great hat ... And Art keep up the great work!!!
Love the "Art"
Last edited by Happy Jack; 05-18-2011 at 08:13 PM.
I should have shown this pic in the first post to show what the hat looked like before Art converted it.
before: Just a regular 3X Stetson Open Road
after: A not so ordinary Stetson