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Discussion in 'Hats' started by AbbaDatDeHat, Sep 18, 2018.
Stetson The Sovereign OR-type for a picnic in the woods, at my grandson’s request.
Akubra snowy River. Someone at Costco asked me if I found the Doc yet. Didn’t clue in until I got home.
now how fast is 88 miles an hour in Km?
P. & C. Habig Wien "Grand Prix" possibly late 1890s to 1901 and a recent find.
That is one oh-wow, most excellent Habig, Steve. Outstanding! I think a Habig bowler just replaced a Mayser as number 1 on my Get-list!
Randy, Thanks! This one is especially great.
Good morning folks. AdBlockerPlus working at my house this morning to have TFL experience pleasant.
An Adam fedora was my hat choice this morning. I love the gill ribbon treatment.
Oops when I got home after a dog soirée I discovered my commuter auto needed attention. I changed to a Cordova cap made from Carhart cotton material.
Cheers, Eric -
Spring is quick to change the weather conditions. Cold this morning, now in the middle of the day the sun of Aprile makes itself felt
Today I put on one of my favorite hats on the track
Super Bantam creazioni Cervo - Sagliano Micca size 60 cm. or 7 1/2 US.
Felt quality: "Loden" and the color is "M. Cenere" that means "mixed ash"
Felt is a mix of colors between the grays, malleable and ai little bit rough at the touch
I wish to have felts of this quality in our days, but it seems it is quaite a dream.
Cappellificio Cervo was a very interesting medium hats producer near the giant Barbisio
Have a nice day and please continue to show your hats despite the horrible new advertising structure
Cury for the evening dog walk
Beautiful hat Perry
I don’t recall ever seeing so few postings. We went over 24-hours with only two people sharing hat photos.
I think it's the ad thing. I myself have some but not blocking posts at this point.
Vita-Felt homburg from the middle 1940s, with a gold label for Lundstrom Hat Company of San Francisco.
That's a doozy Alan.
The ads affecting usability. There are some ads popping up for me on iOS that cover up navigation.