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Discussion in 'Hats' started by AbbaDatDeHat, Sep 18, 2018.
Out for lunch with some office mates in a Knox Westlite.
I missed a weekend and 10 pages to see
Last week I ended with my beloved Stagecoach hats.
This week I start with this Mackey custom (not custom made for me but fits like a glove).
Wore the same hat to vote for the "new" Portuguese President.
All wonderful Eric, love this Misto!
What a velours series Wayne, all fantastic, I particularly like the rolled brim ones!
A true playboy Joe, love it! Looking forward to seeing your new 9(?)-batch get!
What to say Steve, breathtaking as all of your hats!
Nice to hear from you my friend!
Wow Jonathan you are killing me with these heathered/hairy felts lately!
Love this Portis and the outfit Michael!
Thanks, Panos. It doesn't get out much but that's because it sits in the safe!
Thank you, Steve. It's a team effort so they're all winners!
Thanks, Daniele. I'm very fond of all my nutria Borsalinos. This one has a little extra touch by Fleur.
Thank you, Michael. It knows it too!
O yes! It can brighten up any day with that felt.
It just could be that I still don't have a velour homburg. Looking at that one that is something to be corrected. Very cool, Michael.
Truth is that I just needed something warm to get out and throw the trash (-8c)...
..but there is a dress code policy around here, I hope Humphrey approves
Huckel Prima pre-war velour. It can take any crease but it kind of prefers just deep centre crease and upbrim
I guess I know the address now so, code please ?
Panos, Thank you! Your JHS "Prima" Velour is really fantastic!
Beautiful Hückel velour, Panos.
Thank you Steve, it is unique in my collection and I love it!
O, and in case someone asks I keep it in a bank safety deposit box
Thanks my friend! With so many gorgeous velours posted yesterday, I just couldn't resist reaching for that one.
Echter Mayser "Torry", later 1950s.
Mayser Porcelain Ashtray, drawings Marga Trautloft - Mayser. I found this back in 2010.
That's a beauty Chris.
Nice heather Steve.
Thanks, Bob. That one gets a lot of likes (and it deserves it).
Thanks, Randall. Martora is the Italian name for pinemarten. One of the more exotic critters to donate fur for a hat.
Beauties, both of them, Joe.
Thanks, Bowen. I have a lot of fun handling all of these hats again.
Wonderful looking felt, Steve. Amazing that the felt looks so pristine while the liner and sweatband were just gone.
Such a wonderful hat. I like the hats were at a glance you can tell they are something special without being able to say exactly why. The shape, style, ribbon/bow, luster of the felt, and so many other things all quietly scream that the hat is extraordinary. I love my custom hats, but they seem to just come up short with this synthesis of perfection; maybe in 80 years they’ll be there too?
That's some nice velour, Brent.
Great find, Jim. You picked the right weather for wearing it!
That's some stellar parade of velour, Wayne. Magnificent!
Oddly enough the last shipment I received from the US took less than a week!
Yes, I know it's green, but damn, that's one nice hat.
By all means bore us with them, Héctor! Great to see you again. Hope you are doing well.
O wow! I need one of those in my size.
Great, now I have to add a booby trap
Wonderful hat, Steve. The grey in the felt adds visual interest.
Perry, Thank you! Great looking Champ! I really like the contrasting Band and Binding!
Intermission au Francais. Italian week is still going, but I had to try these on. For being French they were very easy going and accepted going from 55 to 56 without any protest.
Laubin for Gérard Sools
Flechet velour for Moulin-Faure