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Short Balding Guy

I'll Lock Up
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Morning snow removal under a Mackinaw wool cap.

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Best, Eric -
 

dkstott

Practically Family
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Connecticut
Sweet blue cap! Congrats on the new cap. Wear it proudly as it is very sharp. I can not wait to see the cap and you out on cap adventures.

You and others recent posts of Hanna caps have me googling the Irish Cap website (https://hannahats.com/collections/caps ) and checking the selection out. The crafts people of Hanna have many different styles and materials to choose from. Is your new cap a touring cap?

Cheers, Eric -
Eric, Feel free to join us in the the "off the rack" crowd. Ha ha ha
 

Drzdave58

Familiar Face
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Ontario, Canada
Sweet blue cap! Congrats on the new cap. Wear it proudly as it is very sharp. I can not wait to see the cap and you out on cap adventures.

You and others recent posts of Hanna caps have me googling the Irish Cap website (https://hannahats.com/collections/caps ) and checking the selection out. The crafts people of Hanna have many different styles and materials to choose from. Is your new cap a touring cap?

Cheers, Eric -
Here's my 1st outing with my blue cap.
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Short Balding Guy

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Same cap next day here also.

Yesterday I sport'd a heavyweight wool cap for my day's efforts in the heavy snow.

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This mornings snowblowing and shoveling was done with same cap. The long hard effort had me perspiring, but winter comfortable.

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My cap is drying out on a wooden cap block. It should be ready to go again if called to duty by tomorrow morning.

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Cheers, Eric -
 
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Granville

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Long Beach, NY
Caps were my first love, so I still keep an eye out. My other obsession/fetish is Irish history, particularly the early 20th century. I believe back in those days, some hundred years ago, this was called a Shooter's Cap, a term that probably is considered 'triggering' today. Charcoal herringbone in a Donegal tweed, picked it up cheap, used (hardly), same day as my last fedora, so they shared a bag in the freezer this week; this is the first trip outside.
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