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Discussion in 'Hats' started by AbbaDatDeHat, Sep 18, 2018.
Thank you, B! How's Willow?
Five Years ago today, hours after the end of a second blizzard in as many weeks, I wore this 1952 Stetson St. Regis homburg to my daughter's wedding.
The setting was nothing less than glorious... spectacular, even!!
So, tonight we're babysitting while they go out. Ahh, grand-parenthood!!
Enjoy the rest of your weekend, my friends.
My brown Muench. I think it looks a lot like an Indy fedora with the exception of the band.
I'm happy everything went well Joe.
She’s been kid-sick all week so naturally it got to me. Kid super germs....arggh!
Thank you my friend
Stetson 3X Selv-Edge. It's a work in progress:
More details in the Stetson 3X thread.
Last of four hats taken on a long road trip. Temperatures finally warmed in Tucson. Hemp Strat in sage.
What's your opinion on the breathability/comfort of this material? Is it difficult to pair given the color? (I have a couple green fur hats but they don't get much head time given the color coordination difficulties.) Twice I've seen these pop on eBay in my size for a very reasonable price but I waffled and ended up missing out.
I wear black and gray exclusively, so color is not a problem for me.
I find them to be very comfortable, as to breathability, I have nothing to compare it to. Sorry I couldn’t be of more help, but I have five of them.
Wonderful picture and hats Bob !
Wow, great memories with a great hat !
Five sounds like a pretty good a testimonial to me. I'll probably pull the trigger next time I find one at a good price. Thanks for the feedback!
They are very serviceable hats and they breathe pretty well too. I have 2 or 3 of the hemp Stratoliners and I like them; they take hard use better than toquilla straw. A fine weave Panama is an incredible thing to behold and wear, but for daily summer wear I prefer Milan hats (the weave, not just the real Milan straw).
Great pics (and memories), Charlie. You looked just as good then as you do now (and vice versa). How do you do that?
My, what a sharp dressed man - very classy, indeed!