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Discussion in 'Hats' started by AlanC, Jun 21, 2007.
@cmoy I'm still hunting for a vintage strat!
Brent "The Airlite" up top today.
My heart goes out to the victims of the terror attack in Barcelona and their loved ones.
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New iPhone 7 Plus with more pixels in the camera. A spur of the moment selfie shot of the Optimo Oxblood Mitchum
nice colour. You look great.
Here's a few quick and dirt shots of mine. It has the leaf on the liner and stars on the sweatband. I would guess this is early 50's? It's very dusty! My Whippet is also gray. I need a different color!
very nice Chris
you will enjoy this one thoroughly
put it here
"Lollar" Wool Back Bow, probably somewhere between late 1930s to late 1940s, no company mark but I have a few old German Wool hats with this same paper label.
Wearing one of these canvas Tilleys today, but the brim arrived disheveled.
Can I possibly iron the brim flat while placing a bandanna over it to protect from burning.....anyone ?
Don't kno abt the hat but that's one cheesy lookin smiley face on that model.
Very nice Steve. I always love a back bow. I guess it was a fad all over, wonder who had them first? I know they were popular before the War as well, and the comeback was in the mid to late 50s.
Wonderful Whippet! Even with some dust it appears to be in great original shape. Wear it often!
could be a toothpaste commercial with a brim thrown in
Never mind. My brim seemed to have flattened out after leaving it up cowboy style for awhile.
The biggest attraction to Tilleys is the inside stash pocket in their hats. 1 million and one ways to make use of it !
Well today this Resistol Beaver 25.
Later because my friends pick me for a drive, this Buckaroo Hatters.
Dobbs "Coronado" Milan color sand circa 2001
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Nice from head to toe, Hats!
Gamblers used to keep the Ace of Spades under their hat...