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Discussion in 'Hats' started by hatsRme, Jan 6, 2020.
They might be oversized wind cord buttons, Brent. For situations with very strong winds!
And would only work on a Pea Coat or similar with big enough button holes.
Soooo, we're wearing a hat so we can have extra buttons for our Pea Coat and we ain't in the Navy even.
OK, I'm in.
I bet Matt @mmbarnes could pull it off:
^ I think it would go rather well with my denim trucker jacket, Levi 501s, and Converse All-Stars. Prob'ly not my size though.
Isn’t that a super rare tie-dyed “tilt” fedora?
hat version of "I left a ball point pen in my pocket and washed it"
Normally I would never post a live auction. But I think it is safe to say no one here would want to buy this... so I ask some of you who may be more informed.... what the HECK is this thing?
He is calling it a "Mesh Parson's Hat." The closest thing I can ind is a traditional Korean hat.
I, mean... just what?
I’m not even sure that is a hat. I think it might be a chimney spark arrester cap.
You can buy that felt at the Millinery Wharehouse.....if anyone wants to know....just sayin'
Maybe a bait bucket?
Scary. I thought the same thing the moment I saw the photos.
Over on the leather jackets threads is one in a similar vein to this WTF Hat thread. A while back this jacket was put up for, er, appraisal.
I think i might have found the hat to go with it.
Ohhh. A Pollack
It took me a while. There's a fish known as a pollack and the Brits have a crude expression that's a profanity replacement for someone being stupid, we call them a pillock. Neither seemed to fit the bill so I Googled Pollack hat. Now I know.
Not being a connoisseur of American football, I know little of the game. I know even less of the players, but I have learned quite a bit about, one, Cam Newton.
Can't say that I've heard of actor Evan Ross either, but I'm sure his name will crop up again, or at least his hat might.
Is this a hat or a covid mask?
Is this a stovepipe hat or maybe the owner washed his top hat and it shrunk.
Unfortunately my contribution to the Tie Dye syndrome was tossed years ago. In the 1980's I purchased a pair of Tiger Stripe BDU Pants. Washing them made them into High Water pants dammit. I needed to paint the house, so they got worn for that. Grey, a funky tan color and some plain white were added to the Tiger Stripes.
I seem to have misspelled
no worries... my Jackson Pollock joke may have been a bit abstract.
my apologies on being a pillock
Just in case anyone is looking for a fine Beaver hat...