Discussion in 'Hats' started by deanglen, Nov 16, 2006.
A favorite period of hat and wearer that I ran across and just sharing for the heck of it:
Everytime I see those campaign hats I think of my Stetson "Indy" hat..
Yes! I see it! Wish you had more and larger shots of that hat, Feraud, and thanks for responsing to the picture! Hope you and those Loungers blessed to be able to attend the QM have a safe, great time!
More & larger shots of the hat?? Wow! No one ever asks for that!
Here is one large side view picture.
If you are interested I will take more and post them after the QM event.
Thanks for the kind thoughts.
I know, we're all so demanding; "MORE pictures?! Jeez! These people are never happy!" Anyway, I'll bet someone has commented that the crown on your Indy is, how shall we say, a bit low for Adventure Built standards. Is that how it was when you got it? Do you like the hat? Thanks for your time, I imagine you're packing in between responses!
I lovingly call it my "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom cockpit scene hat". A bit convoluted I know but necessary in certain circles.
The hat looked fine when my dad bought it years ago. He wore it everywhere and the elements took their toll on the hat. It could use a reblock. The felt actually feels nice. I have not worn it in years. There are so many others hats I keep in rotation and this one is packed away in the closet.
Thanks for the reminder to pack....
Thanks! I am sure we all will. There will be plenty of photographs taken and stories told for all to enjoy.
Ya think? lol
Nice pic, Dean! Thanks for sharing those. It looks like a pic from the transitional period in the Spanish-American War. The guys in the back look like they're wearing the brown duck uniforms, and holding Krags. Is that part of a larger picture?
Just wait. One day the tapered look will be "In" and I will be the height of style!
Yes, it is, here it is. It's a shot of the 33 Mich Vol. Infantry, some of them may have come from my hometown:
Fantastic photos Dean!! Thanks for the history show.
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