What Hat Are You Wearing Today ?

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

  1. M Hatman

    M Hatman My Mail is Forwarded Here

    Yep......still like it......AND while it may be out of your comfort zone....it looks good on you!
     
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  2. Blare

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    And thanks STILL again Mark!!! and also dang it... just the same. If ever I have an inkling of thinking I have one I may want to move along end up falling in love with it. LOL.

    Just like those old cat ladies... I’ll end up an old hat guy.... at least I don’t have to feed them... but they do seem to reproduce
     
  3. M Hatman

    M Hatman My Mail is Forwarded Here

    Yes....we are many of us here.......just like you!:eek::rolleyes:;):):D:p
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  4. Blare

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  5. Great hat and bolo Justin. Nice work!

    However ... :D:D

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  6. J Williams

    J Williams Practically Family

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    Haha, Thanks Bob. I actually made and sold a round of bolos at a yearly art show that I usually participate in showcasing some of my furniture pieces. The larger pieces rarely sell but having something on hand you can sell for under $50 always does well and covers the cost of participating in the show. Millennials often wear them as a necklace, which I do from time to time as well but if I'm wearing a collared shirt it's getting snugged up and worn proper!
     
  7. Bill Hughes

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  8. drmaxtejeda

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    It is, Bill. I think it's original, too
     
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  9. jonesy86

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    I wore the VS Cuenca with a new crisp coat of shellac into town for a trip to the pharmacy and a quick healthy snack of Spam Musubi. I wonder what is used to stiffen new Panama hats.
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  10. Michael A

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  12. Venturing back into the office in a Texas Hatters "Half-Breed". Lord there are a lot of textures and patterns going on there...

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  14. steur

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    Thanks, Steve.

    There's some truly fine hatmaking on display there, Max.

    Thanks, Michael. We've had some very dry weather here as well. July has started off a bit more rainy though. Nothing to spare; sorry!

    Something cool to look forward to, Alan. We'll be expecting a proud grandfather showing off soon.

    Gorgeous hat, Justin.

    They have a cool look (but I would say that, wouldn't I?), but they aren't usually top of the line hats. The brim is supposed to be completely flat, but that is hard to achieve if the crown isn't an exact fit. I think Max got it right when he commissioned one for him specifically.
     
  15. steur

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    Seems to have done wonders for the hat. Cool pics as usual, David.

    Beautiful hat, Michael.

    Lovely hat, Perry. Ticks the boxes.

    There are, but they're all good, Bob.
     
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  16. steur

    steur

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    Borsalino Rogers Peet
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    Same, but with some sun.
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    Borsalino Celeste Caffe
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  17. Hagwood

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    Wow, I would say so Bob ! Very unique.
     
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  18. Hagwood

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  19. steur

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    Thanks, Tim. As a civil servant I'm in the service of the community (even if they don't always seem to think so). Since they pay my salary I feel I should at least look presentable (see their tax money at work).:)
     
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  20. Randall Renshaw

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