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I guess if the hat came in an old box from the meat market, they could sell it as a t-bone steak. Morons.
Where did you get the pug and sweat, Randy?
Great new cap, Eric!
Tell us about it... unique weave, Bill.
There's a mean streak running through here, LOL.
IMO, it's perfectly fine to locate the bow a little further back. I've seen it with both custom and vintage hats.
I could only hazard a guess at this point, Randy. It's been over 2 years since I handled that hat. I'd guess 4-1/2 to 4-3/4" at the front crown...
If you look hard enough, you can find a hat that is blocked in more of a classic 50s style. This is one I wish I had gone back for... tall and...
I need a linen cap, too...
When I visited Miami last year I brought one hat with me, something Stetson calls their Florentine Milan Stratoliner. It's clearly a poly fiber...
[ATTACH] Keep looking around... Cuenca is chock-a-bock full of Panama hats looking for a home.
Oh, I really like the shirt (and the hat), Bill!
Our friend Bowen has a similar Dobbs as I recall. My Knox 15 is similar.
It's a great cap!