What Hat Are You Wearing Today ?

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

  1. T Jones

    T Jones I'll Lock Up

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    Thank you Dale!
     
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  2. T Jones

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    Thank you buddy. I'll pm you. I do pretty good with the hand sewing but it definitely gets tiresome.
     
  3. Redfokker

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    Late to the table today. Spent the day working on setting up my new "He-Shed" my wife let me build. Well, actually, I had it constructed by our fence contractor, but it was an indulgence. For a run to Home Depot I dressed down into work clothes with my beater Stephen L. Stetson stingy. Love the feel of this hat, so casual, bullet proof and an interesting story. Original Carter sweat band, great liner tip logo and ribbon replacement by Mike Miller a couple of years ago. It has been posted in the beater thread a while back. Need a new beater...

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  4. Blare

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    She’d came out great Mike. That sure is a fine beater there. The Stephen L Stetson story is a cool one.
     
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  5. DaveProc

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  6. bowlerman

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    Looks great! How many hats can you fit in there?
    I just built a shed too! I am so excited to be a new homeowner, but I have to fold my side mirrors in to get my car in the garage, so no room for the lawnmower, etc.!
     
  7. Redfokker

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    I have had one of these on my wish list for a while now. Great color and lines Dave!

    My He-Shed is still just for garden stuff. I took over the back bedroom years ago for hats and now have squatter's rights on the property. The shed is 4X12 because it is on the south side of our home. It is built like a small house, so I'm very happy with it. I have been parking both cars in our garage since the day we moved in (2001). Moving the yard tools into this space will allow me to have room for more "car stuff" on the sides of my garage. Still love that green Derby!
     
  8. DaveProc

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  9. PIERRE4SQUARE

    PIERRE4SQUARE New in Town

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  10. PIERRE4SQUARE

    PIERRE4SQUARE New in Town

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  11. Michael A

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  12. ABBA5906-E229-49EA-97EA-B8190C7ACF69.jpeg Stetson
     
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  14. alanfgag

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  15. alanfgag

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    Sometimes a good hat can jumpstart a challenging day... one of the nice things about this thread. Keep on truckin' friends.

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  16. ^^^^^ I hate following Alan. :D

    Resistol

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  17. Mm25

    Mm25 Practically Family

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    AACEE346-4092-4DE8-9329-22013104B01C.jpeg If you were to ask, I would say I don’t really care for black hats, yet somehow this Akubra Territory has become my daily trail hiking hat.
     
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  18. The Shoe

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    I’ve been wearing this Habig to work every day. The kids and other teachers have grown accustomed to it and I get fewer comments now. But every time I wear it with this suit, I get compliments again. The suit itself is nothing special. It’s one I got about 10kgs ago, so the fit isn’t great. I guess the colours just work.
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  19. Blare

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  20. Blare

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    Heh... that trepidation may not be unfounded. But damn Bob... That is a mighty fine crease on that Resistol
     
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