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Discussion in 'Hats' started by AlanC, Jun 21, 2007.
Thanks Mike. @bond found the hat and converted it. He did a beautiful job.
Grey hat for a grey day. NOS Borsalino from the 80's that I got from Daniele.
I'll most likely need my raincoat later. Oh well, it was nice to have a dry spell, brief as it was..
Have a great day!
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Why, thank you, sir.
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WWII era Dobbs 20.
Nice Bob, rich dark chocolate. Almost how I have my coffee colored.
That brim stitching is wonderful! More please.
You are well on your way to that boost. Saturn V boost I would say!
This hat is an online lesson of how a true Whippet should look. Stealing those images.
I'm still eyeballing a grey Bowler from them. How much was shipping to us on the west coast?
It actually got a few "looks" from the crowded restaurant. Removed it and placed it on the chair next to me, proper etiquette you know!
20 bucks =)
It has been raining hard all day here. I'm going to have let some water out of the Koi pond before too long. Love the finish on that Borso. Daniele is the best!
Wow! That makes these hats really affordable.
Thanks... not sure if you want more photos of this hat or more posts... here is the post I made to the Dobbs Diner when this one arrived.
Akubra Fedora in Burnt Oak, which to my eye is indistinguishable from the Cedar Brown. Dang fine hat, though - doesn't get the head time it deserves.
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Great Borsalino, Alan
Very nice colour and bash, Bob
I pulled out the Dobbs Twenty today.
That ring is pretty darned cool, too.