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Discussion in 'Hats' started by Stuffsmith, Feb 27, 2015.
Danke schon mein freund.
More avoiding the Leprechaun pinching thing by wearing a green cap.
Cheers, Eric -
Sunny (finally) St. Paddy's Day, with a Cordova linen cap at my local beach. Got a great 1K swim dodging lots of surfers.
at my local beach. Got a great 1K swim dodging lots of surfers.
The linen cap is really sharp. Glad you have the sun back on your island.
Cheers, Eric -
I heard a lot of folks globally were celebrating somebody called St Patty on our Paddy's day. When I hear of Patty this time of year, I always wonder who she was.
Great cap, I love that shade of green. I like the design too - the extended bill look great for keeping the sun out of your eyes, which I always find a cap like that with a bit of body great for keeping it off my ear-tops. Always good to keep the sun off the face - I wore a Glengarry with my kilt on a hot day at Goodwood Revival in 2019, ended up with a b right red face and a very pronounced tan like all the way round my head!
Wearing my Stetson silk and Cashmere cap.
Luxurious fabric on your cap sir. Cheers, Eric -
thank you sir
Silk and cashmere herringbone...very nice!
Good to know!
"Paddy is derived from the Irish, Pádraig, hence those mysterious, emerald double-Ds," Campbell writes on his site. "Patty is the diminutive of Patricia, or a burger, and just notsomething you call a fella (a man). ... I
Heh - glad you too kit in the spirit it was meant!
I recalled, BTW, that I've seen this style of cap (eight panel and otherwise) with the extended brim often sold in England as a "Bond cap". Not sure what the etymology of that is, though.
Going to try and upload a photo here. ..
Hey, I think it worked. Thanks, Barry Simonds!
Very nice! Barry makes a nice cap.
Yes he does, and I should also thank Fourman110 - as his cap/posting was the inspiration for my choice!
Terrific Simonds cap. Welcome. Cheers, Eric -
Out for Sushi Saturday in a Cordova cap made from an old Donegal tweed jacket.