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Discussion in 'Hats' started by AbbaDatDeHat, Sep 18, 2018.
Good to see the Dude again, Ken.
Thank you Steve
Joe, Thank you!
Stetson No. 1 Quality this morning.
Seems like a harsh review Dave. It looks like a great hat!
All fixed Bob LOL
Nice one, Brent! Hard to find 7 5/8 Borsalinos that are also in super condition, to boot.
That’s a great western, Dave! Looks good on ya, too.
Another sunny day and a cobalt-enameled sky.
The mornings are cold then the temperature rises and until the afternoon the temperature is pleasant
The right day to wear this Tuscan hat, made in Montevarchi - Arezzo by "La Famigliare" some years ago.
I never thought I'd find a nice brown velour with a low ribbon and high quality felt.
In the Italian production the velours are scarce and finding them is always a small fish story.
Different from the German and Czech ones they have a different texture and a shorter hair.
Luck would have it that although this hat is marked size 58 cm, it fits perfectly to my head.
A motive of satisfaction in a flood of hats found in Mantua and its surroundings particularly suitable for medium-small sizes
No, wait. Stratofortress.
Strat-O-Matic? Now there's a blast from the past.
PH. Möckel Hutfabrik, Homburg vor der Höhe possibly very early 1900s. The Crown has a lower profile and less tapper. You can especially see this from the side view. The Brim is wider with modest flange and tight curl. What is famous about the company that made this Stiff Felt?
Sure looks and feels like a Resistol to me.
Wow! High dome, full brim and a great color. That's a good one.