What Hat Are You Wearing Today 1?

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

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  1. Joao Encarnado

    Joao Encarnado I'll Lock Up

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    My brown 3x Stetson

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  2. Neophyte

    Neophyte My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    Oooh, this one's gorgeous!


    Alan, that Borsa has a striking profile.
     
  3. Excellent Joao!
     
  4. alanfgag

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    +1

    Thank you Perry and Neo... the Gorasgu is a Borsalino model with better than average drama.
     
  5. And... You're younger than that now too, right Alan?
     
  6. bowlerman

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    What's that in kilometers? :) Nice to see you, Randall! Great photo.

    Manfred, I enjoyed your snowy shot the other day!

    David, you and that marvelous CB kinda resemble the hat and fella in your avatar...

    Everyone-- sweet lids. I love that 3X, Joao!

    Eric, great time to explore your moss n' sage. Such classy hats.

    Alan, Perry, you guys are naturals.

    I went with my Lee Overbrook today.

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  7. alanfgag

    alanfgag

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    Alas, no. Just a little wiser, thanks to many folks here.
     
  8. Aureliano

    Aureliano I'll Lock Up

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    Stetson.

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  9. EggHead

    EggHead Practically Family

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    I need coffee quick (Wearing Melton Ten)

    Do I take a scooter?

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    Or the train?

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    Ah, I think I see something!

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    Soon..

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    Aahh, feel good now!

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  10. DJH

    DJH I'll Lock Up

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    Thanks, Sam. Yes, if you come across a 7XCB that fits you, grab it if you get the chance. Nice 10X for you today.

    Nice Boralino? Hatto!

    Personally I never get tired of seeing Tony's hats. Especially on Tumwater Tuesday!

    Thank you, Manfred. Hope you had a good day today.

    Eric - fantastic Adam and VS

    Cool, I was brought up about 40 or so miles of there. Enjoy the warmer weather.

    Lonnie - very nice western looking hat you have there.

    Alan - fantastic Borsalino

    Joao - good looking Stetson. Hard to imagine you wearing anything other than one of your westerns. They are just part of you - very cool

    Hey, Jeff - hmm, there is a resemblance :) Nice Lee - looks like some serious stitching happening on the brim binding.

    Ale - love the Wafer Edge on the Stetson.

    EggHead - nice shots. Was that today's lunchtime stroll?
     
  11. Egghead, you look satisfied now, and sharp in that hommie.

    Super Stetson Ale, good to see ya back!
     
  12. Boralino, Bersaline, same difference;).
     
  13. Tango Yankee

    Tango Yankee Call Me a Cab

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    Just checking in after checking out all the great hats from the last couple of days. Today due to lousy weather I wore my beater Lee, but yesterday it was beautiful and I wore a Borsalino:

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    Cheers,
    Tom
     
  14. Nice Tom. We missed that sun up here in Canton today too.
     
  15. EggHead

    EggHead Practically Family

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    Yes, it was!

    Actually, this was a test run for my new K-01 with an old M 50/2 - turned out pretty good except that auto-re-size has lightened up the pictures.
     
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  16. lauro13

    lauro13 One of the Regulars

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    Day off so I drove to Santa Cruz for a bit of surfing. The sun was warm but after 3 hours in the 50 degree water I needed my thick wool Kangol. Not fancy but I don't have to worry about putting it on with wet hair.
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  17. What size waves you getting out there this time of year?
     
  18. EggHead

    EggHead Practically Family

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    You might have heard we had Maverick's Competition not too long ago just up north of Santa Cruz. So waves were BIG then.
     
  19. lauro13

    lauro13 One of the Regulars

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    The size of the waves all depend on what spot you surf. Fall and winter are always the best time of year for good surf here. I surfed cowells and it was about 4 to 6 feet yet Steamers about 300 yards up was breaking way bigger.
     
  20. mayserwegener

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    Manfred, Thanks!
     
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