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One of my favourite Bowlers: Hartley & Boedeker of Manchester (naturally)
The evenings are drawing in and the days are getting shorter, but that...
Looks cool with the brim up, Bob.
That is a beauty in many ways, Jim. Ace diamond crease.
That's the right jazzy hat for a musician, Jacora. Love the Paisley tie.
Cool car, Brent. Love that colour.
No need to feel silly at all. The colours and pattern on your hat look good to me.
Some great colour combos on that no name, Michael. Hope it stayed on.
Could well be, Bill. It's just such a strange shape for that. Guess we'll never know.
Btw, I think it's an English size as opposed to US. There's...
Some great US hats there, Stefan. I particularly love the green colours on the Adams.
You're welcome, Ross
The felt sort of tells you what it wants.
That is so true, Brent. It's like the Zen of hats. You can go against the flow, but it's best to feel...
Wow, that inky blue is just rinky dinky doo, Eric. Love the ribbon and brim binding contrast, too.
Ross, apart from the shave (I wonder how that happened) your Scott & Co Bowler is a really nice piece, not to mention an interesting part of hat...
Two great looking Bowlers, Randy. Definitely ones to admire.
Those two Heinrich Balke's ooze quality, Steve. Such a special touch with a mirror in the tip. Have you ever come across that accessory before?