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Discussion in 'Hats' started by Canadave, Nov 15, 2009.
I'm in the 7 1/2 group. I've gotten a 7 3/8 to fit, but that requires stretching.
That's funny. I think her gigantic head has come up on the forum before!
NOW, I found it (back in 2006)!
Darn, I didn't realise that (in time) and answered 7 5/8, when I should have answered 7 3/4 on the US scale.
Now I know who my 7 1/4 competitors are...
That leaves only one decision to make....
It's looking like a pretty normal histogram. Does that meal FLers are really normal afterall? F_M
Ephraim... I'm so terribly sorry, but I have to break it to you: I am now utterly convinced that you are as mad as a hatter!
And what's more...you forgot to include this:
Oh I dunno Mario - endless renditions of 'Fernando' would turn anyone into a blithering, quivering, mass of insanity with no idea what a hat is for!
As for the evil mongrel....I must add it to the list for consideration. Thanks.
That is hilarious! :eusa_clap :eusa_clap :eusa_clap
When I first started buying hats I wore a 7 1/4, but I've gained weight over the past few years. These days I'm better off with a 7 3/8! :eusa_doh:
I need to lose weight so I can wear my 7 1/4s again.
7 1/2 and 1/16th according to Optimo. 7 1/2 XLO can at times be a perfect fit but those finds are rare indeed. A vintage 7 1/2 is a long slow process to stretch the proper size and shape.
I thought I'd bump this thread since it's the more recent size poll and we're always getting new members.
I went with 7 3/4, though I'm really 7 5/8 extra long oval.
I tend to buy 63's in production hats, and have space on the sides.
Impossible to find anything that big in Korea in my experience.
7 1/4 LO as a rule.
EU57/ UK7/ US7 1/8
Prior to my headshaving days, I'd probably have been a size up (58/ 7 1/8/ 7 1/4).
Wow! that's an amazing looking graph, talk about a perfect curve!
It appears that average sizes are indeed average![huh]
Nice to know there's only a handfull of guys with big heads that I'm competing against
I have a lot of competition at 7 3/8. That is rather annoying, but luckily I can get away with 7 1/4 sometimes, so that gives me a slightly broader range
I'm flying mostly under the radar... Enough wearers to have some trading partners, and few enough that I don't have diehard competition. I love being a 1/8.
This makes me worried. I want to order a Stetson from America in 7 1/8 because my Akubra Bogart is 57cm. However, I know the panama hat I bought from the same store (same store as the akubra, even though it isn't an akubra itself) is 7 to 7 1/8 in size and doesn't quite fit me!