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Discussion in 'Hats' started by AbbaDatDeHat, Sep 18, 2018.
It was a Campdraft kind of day today
My trusted straw hat .... no brand name .... held up well to the trade winds when I visited Kealia Beach aka "Jonesy's" Beach yesterday....
Vintage Prada Especial
Good Morning everyone. I'm trying to put the felts away, but it just has been too chilly the past couple of weeks. An old Stetson today. LOL!
Nice, Reggie. I've long craved a SST.
Out taking a stroll with the pup in an Alexander Strat clone.
For half a second I thought that was your Campdraft. I must say I am a little jealous. my head is far to skinny to pull off a normal pork pie hat. Looking good.
Wear it in good health.
Out again on an errand in the Granite Gannon.
1950s Stetson St. Regis while trying this 1980s NOS condition Pierre Cardin suit
Thanks, Jim. I have to admit the felt is pretty nice. I like that Gannon Strat your sporting. Gannon really does make nice full crowns on his creations.
Pretty smooth, Fabio! You have dressed that hat perfectly.
From this past weekend trip to Sin City, I swear I was happy to be there!
But did you swim out past the breakers?
I say we all meet over at David’s this coming winter! It’s been a while since there was a Fedora Fest!
Felt like wearing my tall hat today
Thanks Jeff. I'm enjoying the heck out of learning my new camera.
Today the blue Marathon
P1000872 by Michael A2012, on Flickr
P1000871 by Michael A2012, on Flickr
P1000870 by Michael A2012, on Flickr
I do enjoy that blue Marathon Michael
Borsalino Feather Weight
Thanks Joe. It was looking very blue today in the sun. And the eyes of the different camera.
I was inspired by Fruno's powder blue Gannon to wear Gannon hats this morning. I tip my brim in the powder blue direction this morning.
For a dog soirée I sported a bone beaver felt Gannon Wanderer.
Sipping coffee and enjoying the cool 38'f morning I changed to a silverbelly felted Gannon Wanderer.
Cheers, Eric -