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Discussion in 'Hats' started by AlanC, Mar 24, 2008.
I would use a hand steamer on it. That usually relaxes the fibers.
I am posting this one because, although the seller's pics are terrible, I would like to know if anyone ever heard of the "Vento" brand. It only cost 20 dollars, so I bought it...
I thought it was a coffee size.
I think it cost Fifty Dollars.
Did anybody here get the Knox Forty Art Fawcett listed?
Great find, Max. Glad you got it and to see it go to a good home.
I think you could be pleasantly surprised by that one. Looks a bit dirty on the underside, but that should clean up.
TOTALLY MISSED THAT ONE!!!!!! Probably a good thing.....
Not me. I was looking at it, went away for two minutes, came back and it had sold. I wasn’t going to buy it, but it sure didn’t last long.
Yes, it is a beautiful hat.....I just hope it does not get altered (shrunk)......
Too few around in that size.........
At Starbucks that size costs about $20 too
I sent an offer of $200 on eBay for this Optimo, and was expecting the seller to reject it offhand.. what a pleasant surprise.
I’ve been trying to be more discriminating but this Resistol 4X had too much going for it:
1. Granite gray (a favorite)
2. 7 5/8...always nice when the hat is your size.
3. It’s a long oval like my head
4. It’s in as new condition
5. Less than $50
There’s a 7 5/8 Optimo on eBay that I’ve made two offers on. The seller just ignored my offers...they weren’t even worth rejecting.
Sometimes staying up late on Ebay pays off - 1930's Stetson Select Quality "Crush Weight" for under $70
A quick vacuum, steam and brush will have it looking new in no time