What Hat Are You Wearing Today ?

Discussion in 'Hats' started by AbbaDatDeHat, Sep 18, 2018.

  1. steur

    steur

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    Another one of your hats I covet, Michael. It's starting to add up!

    Very cool, Eric. Nice to see them side by side. From what I gather the Open Roads are usually stiffer hats. Is that the case here as well?

    Thanks, Tim. It is Mayser at it the top of their game. They did one in a mid ribbon as well (Brent has one of those; awesome hat).

    Great colour, Perry, and an exceptional brim curve.

    I think Michele was Salvatore's son.

    Very nice, Tim. Love the deep brown colour on that one. Works well with the black ribbon.

    Thanks, Brent, much appreciated. Just a 'like' is fine too; it's almost impossible to comment on all hats.

    Seems like a bit larger brim than I usually see on Habig. Very nice hat. Love the hat holder.

    +1 !
     
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  2. steur

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    Thanks, Randall. It's from the mid- to late fifties up until 1960. The "palladio" (palladium) is the colour name. The model name is "ecosti". If you manage to crack Borsalino's hat naming code for us, you'll receive a free hat! It's been a head-scratcher for quite some time now.
     
  3. steur

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    Dang, Steve! That Tonak does look good in the sunshine and the worst part for my envy is that I know exactly how the felt feels.:)
    The company has chased the blues away, Bowen. Super hats and super pics.
     
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  4. steur

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    It certainly is a whole lot of glory. Wonderful catch, Randall.

    Love it, Joe. Classic and stylish.

    Outstanding.
     
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  5. steur

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    Yesterday and today.
    Battersby (because it's so nice I have it stored in a box and it doesn't get much wear; not fair at all).
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    Churchill beaver 50
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  6. Blare

    Blare One Too Many

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    Thanks Stefan
     
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  7. Short Balding Guy

    Short Balding Guy I'll Lock Up

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    I was out watching our local hawk eating a late lunch and being closely watched by another hawk. I wore a Gannon for my excursion.

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    Eric -
     
  8. Blare

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    Both look fantastic Stefan.
     
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  9. steur

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    Thanks, Joe. Very kind of you.
     
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  10. Steve1857

    Steve1857 My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    While not being able to go teach at my school, my outer Englishman look has been put on hold and my inner Cowboy is taking over.
    This is the fourth of my newly acquired hats from Randall.
    He reshaped this Resistol Western but definitely kept the western look. I love the way the front of the brim comes to a curved peak. Randall also created a new ribbon and bow for this one.
    Great job, Randall. Thanks for the deal, my friend IMG_20200326_211359.jpg IMG_20200326_211407.jpg IMG_20200326_211435.jpg IMG_20200326_211529.jpg IMG_20200326_211651_1.jpg
     
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  11. Hagwood

    Hagwood One Too Many

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    Hey look at that @Randall Renshaw , we're related !!

    Thanks Stefan.
     
  12. Hagwood

    Hagwood One Too Many

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    Excellent ! I'm liking your Inner Cowboy.

    Another great job @Randall Renshaw !
     
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  13. Hagwood

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    Very cool Eric ! Make sure that Hawk doesn't takeoff with your Gannon.......
     
  14. Hagwood

    Hagwood One Too Many

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    2 outstanding ones Stefan. Hard to pick a winner there, but that Churchill just shines. I still need a whitish hat, they are beautiful.
     
  15. steur

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    Thanks, Tim. Hmm, maybe we need a talk. Have look in the "got white" thread first.
     
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  16. steur

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    Very nice, Steve. P&C Habig, 1950's ?
     
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    Dammit.
     
  18. Steve1857

    Steve1857 My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    Two super hats Stefan, and I've always loved that coat.

    A Battersby in a box that doesn't get much wear you say. Mmmm …. will it stretch a bit ;-)
     
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    I hope the second hawk was coveting the first hawk's lunch and not your Gannon, Eric. That's my job :)
     
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    Thanks, Tim :)
     
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