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Discussion in 'Hats' started by AbbaDatDeHat, Sep 18, 2018.
Love that Straw Bowen.
Somber, but nice pictures Alan. Hopefully you had some nice quiet time to reflect on their lives.
Wonderful color Michael.
I’m gonna copy you with a Knox Twenty for work today Bowen.
I had a come and go signal at the lake this weekend, so trying to catch up on all the great hats posted. Sorry if I missed anyone.
I really like how you have the brim shaped on this Twenty, Tim. Very nice!
Thanks Brent, I did a lot of experimenting on that one. Did a Dunlap Fifteen the same as well.
Yessir, and thanks for the comment Tim. I’m grateful to you.
i got my name badge at work, there is no question as to what my cover is!
Beautiful blue Marathon.
Great Knox Tim
You have a great collection Bowen.
I know you like to watch old movies for the hats don't you! I know I do. I watched "The Natural" last night for the first time in probably 25 years and there are a ton of great hats in it. It must have been back when vintage hats were abundant because the hats in that movie were there real deal.
Is this the Knox you picked up in the Classified here a few weeks back?
Ha. My wife always laughs at me when I point out the hats in an old movie. LOL. Or she’ll be like. Your looking at the hats aren’t you.
Yep, that’s the one Joe.
Absolutely. I like to try to figure out the thin ribbons whether they are Stratoliners or not. One movie I saw from the forties (I can't for the life of me remember the name) had a guy wearing a Strat and the pin was still in it.
Great hat Bill, and good to see you doing OK. I was thinking of those Peter Bros Shady Oaks after seeing Greg post his Stetson. Do you know the story on theirs ? Was it commissioned by Amon Carter also ?
Great one Brent !! A good way to get out in nature and forget the craziness.
Very nice thin ribbon Adam Joe.
Wow Tim.. tremendous job with the brim.. it was a beautiful hat to begin with. But what you did with the brim takes it over the top. 2 3/4 starts to get into a range that looks too big on me... that up turn on the edge gives it really nice proportions.
something like that was what I was thinking would look great on this over century old Roelofs