What Hat Are You Wearing Today 1?

Discussion in 'Hats' started by AlanC, Jun 21, 2007.

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  1. Alive'n'Amplified

    Alive'n'Amplified Call Me a Cab

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    I'm really enjoying my newly modified silverbelly Beaver Brand from Northwest Hats. Arrived today!! :thumb: More pics to come in the NWH thread. Thanks, Mike!!

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  2. alanfgag

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    excellent photo!
     
  3. mayserwegener

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    Alan, Perry, Jared, Manfred, Belated thanks regarding my old JHS Zephyr Seal Velour.

    Enrique, Never can go wrong with a Black Hat! Great look!

    David, Great start with the Penman Black Cherry. Hope you don't get hit too hard with the snow!

    Manfred, Super look (as usual) in your Borsalino Speciale! Gl├╝ckliches Fasching / Karneval!

    Perry, You always do a great job with your brims! Your cut down Campdraft is another winner!

    Sam, You look great in Fed IV! Hope you don't get hit too bad with the snow!

    Tom, Good to no snow or ice down in GA. We are also ok so far here in the Baltimore area.

    Aaron, Always great to see a Homburg! Your Resistol is a beauty!

    OG, I really like the ribbon / bow on your Blacksheep. Also the contrasting binding.

    Jeff, Great series of hats / helmets! The Stetson OR looks pristine!

    HTeach, Your New Tumwater looks great even sideways!

    Alan, Fantastic set of photos! The old Stetson looks right at home in the snow! Beautiful liner too!

    Robert, Super combo with Mouton and fur (?) collared coat!

    Justin, Great still life photo with your cap and 30s overcoat!

    Mike, Your modified silverbelly Beaver Brand is a beauty! Also super photo as usual!
     
  4. jlee562

    jlee562 I'll Lock Up

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    Jeff: Congrats on the new Stetson! Looks great.

    Alan: You always look great in those old Stetson westerns!

    OG: I don't think there's a ribbon Bob has done that I don't like. Great hat!

    David: Nice shot of the Penman today. I always like to see the variations in how that felt picks up the light.

    Manfred: LOVE that Borso! A Borsalino is one hat brand I need to add to my collection, and a flecked felt like that would be a treasure indeed.

    Perry and Sam: great back to back Akubras.

    Aaron: Nice Homburg! Is that a light gray or more taupe colored felt?

    For me, it's the VS playboy for Fawcett Friday:
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  5. mayserwegener

    mayserwegener

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    Jared, Your VS Playboy is fantastic! Also looks like nice weather (and a glow of the ribbon!) out your way.
     
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  7. DJH

    DJH I'll Lock Up

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    Manfred - cool Borslino this morning (seems a long time ago now!). Enjoy the holiday weekend.

    Thanks, Hatto. Cool CD.

    Sam - the Fed IV is just the job for a day like this

    Tom - 60's? Send some up here!

    Aaron - I'm not a Hommie guy, but you are pulling off the look.

    OG - Great BSHW!

    Thanks, Jeff. I love wearing this Penman. Congratulations on the 7X. I had one just like yours which I sold when I got a Stetson 100. I then decided I like the 7XCB more so sold the S100 and got another 7X. Enjoy yours, it's a great hat.

    Looks like you are wearing the bowl from the food mixer in the car pic :)

    Teach - more of a TURN-Water at that angle - great hat though, love the ribbon.

    Aarrggghhh - no wind cord on this one. I'll miss out on the brandy when the doggie comes looking for me. Your Stetson today is a big hat in just about every respect.

    Thanks Splintz. I love the Black Cherry colour, even if the real Indy fans might not want one in this felt.

    AnA - nice shot. I'd head on over to see more pics of the hat. Looks like a successful job.

    Cheers, Steve. Not too much snow so far - the worst is still to come it seems.

    Thanks, Jared. I really like the BC/Oxblood colours - including your VS Playboy of course. Super hat!
     
  8. Historyteach24

    Historyteach24 Call Me a Cab

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    My stinking photobucket on iPad sucks sry for sideways photos
     
  9. Historyteach24

    Historyteach24 Call Me a Cab

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    Btw DJH thank you so much for the Tumwater recommendation. I love Tony's work. Great guy too
     
  10. DJH

    DJH I'll Lock Up

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    You're welcome, Teach. Tony makes great hats and is a pleasure to work with.
    Glad you like the Tummy.
     
  11. deanglen

    deanglen My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    dean
     
  12. Jedwbpm

    Jedwbpm One Too Many

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    As always great hats all around. Jeff love the clear beaver. We in Connecticut are having a blizzard and what goes with snow but grilled cow.
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    Early 1980's Resitol Quick Silver

    Jeff
    Living the dream at DelMonico Hatter
     
  13. Lotsahats

    Lotsahats One Too Many

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    It's right in between, Jared, so good eye for color. Also that VS Playboy is awesome. I haven't been that partial to the vintage Playboy style, but that VS rocks.

    I had the same problem with photobucket (although to me your photos look right-side-up). Based on a recommendation from this board, I've gone with Picasa for Gmail, and I have loved it.
     
  14. Chepstow

    Chepstow I'll Lock Up

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    Justin, Aaron, Steve, Jared and David thank you guys for the kind words. I really appreciate them.

    Robert, right so! Sharp Cap!

    Aaron, looks better so! Excellent

    Justin, nice still life! It works good together.

    AnA, great photo! You look very good with it.

    Jared, great look with your Playboy!

    Dean, your Campaign hat looks sharp! Great shape.

    Jeff, that's right! . Great Resistol!
     
  15. DJH

    DJH I'll Lock Up

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    Still snowing and with snow blowing around in the wind, everything is just white. I don't think we'll be going far today.

    My Garrison Indy Hat is great for nasty weather.

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    Bond "Colonel". Just cold here today. Keep safe and warm Dave and other East Coasters!
     
  17. ottawa_adam

    ottawa_adam One of the Regulars

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    About to tackle a foot of snow, which fell from the sky yesterday. My Biltmore long hair Canadian Beaver should keep my noggin warm whilst performing this task!

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  18. Tango Yankee

    Tango Yankee Call Me a Cab

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    As always, some great hats out there!

    Yesterday we had a bit of rain in the morning, so I wore what has been my daily beater the past few years. It's sweat-stained, it needs a good cleaning and reflanging, but it's my go-to hat. On of the problems I've been having in recent years is with sweating easily and heavily, so that has made me reluctant to wear my good hats--especially after sweating through a few of them.

    This is a Lee Blue Label Water Bloc 10, Stratoliner clone:

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    I went with the current USAF symbol instead of an airplane for a pin. :)

    Cheers,
    Tom
     
  19. Chepstow

    Chepstow I'll Lock Up

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    David, that's right, the Garrison Indy is perfect for this Adventure. A Fantastic hat!

    Perry, sharp Colonel hat and sweater that works good together!

    Adam, great hat the long hair. The Homburg Style looks good on you!

    Tango Tom, a good go to hat, he makes all fun, with!
     
  20. Danke Manfred. Greetings to you in Germany today.
     
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