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Discussion in 'Hats' started by AbbaDatDeHat, Sep 18, 2018.
Thanks WK! Yes, heathered with a stitched underwelt.
Thanks for all the likes and kind words. Much appreciated.
It might not have the acreage of yesterday's Collins & Fairbanks, but this 40' Adam Premier Quality still casts a shadow.
Have a great day!
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Stellar! Dig that ribbon. What happened to the pointed toes on your boots?
This Royal Stetson served its purpose today.
vented playboy for today
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Nice job. The ribbon is great.
Sent directly from my mind to yours.
Despite my tired look, I wanted to get this new addition on top of my head as soon as possible, to show you guys. 40's Dobbs Rainbow, go to the Dobbs Diner thread for more of this. Happy Thursday fellas.
Thank you, Kemosabe! Wish I had more if it .
Max, probably 90% or more of the vintage hats you see here are hare, rabbit or a mix. There just was not a commercial supply of beaver available in that time period. Just like with the hats today the difference in quality had more to do with the maker’s skill than with material. As for getting wonky, I bet that most of the really fine vintage (rabbit or hare) hats we love so much have gotten soaked at least a few times. We probably baby them more than necessary.
That is really sweet, looks mint Doug
Everyone should have a blue hat as nice as that one. If that’s not possible then I should have one
Ohhhh! Gotta wear mine tomorrow.
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Rocky Mountain Hatters 7X
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Do they get any finer looking than that Tuk? Pristine.
Very much appreciated from you, Matt, the Meister of classy lids!
Home run, Max! Right out of the park!
Steller conversion as always, Terry!
Love the brim and colors, Brent.
Great for the rain, great homage to Bob.
Man you look great in that stylin' VS!
I passed on a 7x once... bad Doug, BAD Doug! Fantastic hat, Greg.
Top shelf Homburg, Moe!
Vintage, classy rain gear indeed!
Wow, what a show stopper. Vents, and no brim stitching? Inconceivable!
You sure are putting together a great collection, Mondo!
Another fine Champ, Richard.
Almost! There are handwritten notes under the sweat indicating this one was cleaned, and trimmed down to 2-1/2", although I measure it at 2-9/16!
Really a super lid, Mike.
Love the brim treatment, Jim!
I never get tired of seeing that beauty!
Great ensemble today, Michael (as always)!
Entirely delicious, Alan. Wow.