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Discussion in 'Hats' started by fedoralover, Jun 30, 2006.
You are correct, sir. I was mistaken. And it should be there!
Agreed. There’s a few I think are worthy of adding but stumbling across them with a bump is sometimes just as fun.
I finally joined the Playboy club. When I was younger I imagined it to be a very different club. At my age I'm nearly as excited....
Buying hats is a whole lot cheaper than going out with a stack & making it rain, believe me.
Glorious light brown Bon Vivant! The stitched brim appears to be excellent condition. As you get more opportunities to wear it I am curious to read your impressions. Do share.
I have been finding the last couple of years my Playboys get reached for often. Great hats, IMO.
Cheers and congrats.
Short trip today but the Playboy is a fantastic partner. Looks fantastic in casual attire and equally good dressed up. The brown
hue really swings with the light source becoming more light earthy in the sunlight. The exquisitely sized ribbon takes on a caramel hue in bright sun.
Picked this up yesterday.
Your Milwaukee, WI unlined Playboy is sweet! I bet it wears light on the head. Congrats!
Sweet hat. Those unlined ones are nice and light. If it were only a size larger...
Thanks guys. Not my size either. It will be in classifieds soon.
Good to see you posting again, Mark. Looking forward to see what you've found.
Check out my Hatters, Cleaners as well as my Stetson Threads..........I really have so much to post, I am WAY behind............
Yeah ... I removed that staple.
The hat is about the color of this slide taken on our trip to Chicago (my Dad's home town) in the early 1970s.
Wow! That is just plain a sharp hat in a very scarce felt color. The unlined Playboys are truly my fav's of this model. Congrats sir!
Thanks Eric! I just knew there was just something about that lump of hat sitting on the table in that auction lot (they did not list what it was). I was thrilled when it arrived and it was my size.
This pic is good for a chuckle this morning Bob.