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Discussion in 'Hats' started by AbbaDatDeHat, Sep 18, 2018.
Stefan, Thanks again!
Blue Kensington fedora this morning. Glorious 30's dimensions on this hat with the side seam features.
Cheers, Eric -
Stetson Longhorn Jr.
Thanks Dave. It's a fun one.
Went in a different direction today with this Ultrabasque Czechoslavkia made beret
IMG_7405 crop by Michael A2012, on Flickr
IMG_7404 crop by Michael A2012, on Flickr
11-16-2020 Today's Clothes by Michael A2012, on Flickr
Knox Tom ‘n’ Jerry,
I really like that beret Michael. I've been looking at berets recently.
Thanks Rick. It's very comfortable to wear and seems high quality.
Looks good. I have two or three of the military types. And an official Boy Scouts model and maybe a couple of others. I need to get them out more often.
I found a cool little patch to replace the original. Something a little quirky
*I mean no disrespect to the military*
That’s a cool look for you Rick
Couple hats today...
New arrival Champ Kashmir Finish with 1950s Back Bow and Pork Pie-esquire telescope crown.
more details in Post New Hats...
and...Back in Black
Miller Western Hats
Open Road inspired
The standard of quality...
Funny, I saw it as semi-light. I must be getting soft in my old age, I'm usually a glass half full kind of guy
Interesting. I've never seen one like that before, with the side seam feature.
Now that's a thin ribbon! Very nice.
What hat is that? It's a nice one and I definitely like the 6 ply ribbon on it.
That Homburg definitely suits you. The outfit, the hat, it all goes together very well.
Carlson homburg today, but it’s going to have to change to a heavier hat, probably a bowler, because the strong winds already nearly blew it off my head once.
After months of sitting, I finally finished this conversion project. All I lacked was sewing on the brim binding and I finally got it done. This hat was originally a size 7 '50s era 3X Stetson Western with the Last Drop embroidered liner that I was able to reuse. Aside from showing its age a little the felt was solid and definitely worth saving. I have more in the Conversion Corral...
Hand sewing a brim binding can be a real pain in the a$$ and it does a number on my back after having to sit too long.
After: notice the fading on the hat. It has a nice 'well worn' look with plenty of character but with a nice crisp profile.
Embroidered Last Drop Liner
Back in the hat with the original sweat bow also reused
Super job man. Looks great.