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Blare

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It's like you're incognito.
Stayed in “incognito mode” today as we cruised up to Highlands to see, Jackson Hole (no Wyoming) Bust Your Butt Falls… (which I could see why one might in fact bust their butt trying to cross) Dry Falls… (which are absolutely in no way dry) and Bridal Vail Falls… (which was in fact almost dry)

Love this tweed with maroon and tans. Can’t make out what’s left of the brand imprint on the liner.

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bowlerman

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As for the facial hair— how do those of you with moustaches have the patience? I liked the look, but couldn’t eat, drink, or kiss without painful pulls on the upper lip! So off it went.
Sure worked with the Clearwater derby though!
 

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bowlerman

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Short Balding Guy

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Awesome looking Stetson. I dig the light gray with black ribbon. That’s probably my favorite color combination. It’s appropriate for everything.
Thanks Gary. Gray with contrast is a truly special meat and potatoes fedora. Like you I do love them. As a contrast I do love the spices, the other hues and ribbon treatments of different hats. Meat, potatoes and all the fixings is how I view it. Gotta love the "fixings."

You and your wife are particularily fetching in your shared pic.

Cheers Gary.

I’ve been working out details with Gannon on a dark moss and it prompted me to find this great Phoenix Hat Co. also in dark moss. Thank you Rick @humanshoes ! View attachment 457928 View attachment 457930 View attachment 457931

As most readers of this thread can tell I have a "hankering" for green fedoras. I do love my Winchester green moss. fedoras. I do need to give them more head time.

Very nice Gary. We pushed on to Franklin, North Carolina today… our home for the next couple days. The colors started to pop right about the time we hit the North/South Carolina border.

Went with this no name snap front cap in camel for the travel day.

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My appreciation of you cap may be surpased by the gorgeous views in your pics and the motivation of your vacation sir. Truly best of all times on your deserved vacation with your wife. Thanks for sharing.


Perry you do look very rugged in today's hat attire portrait. Sure you are not hankering for an appearance on the Yellowstone movies? Cheers.

Black Royal Stetson on a rainy morning.
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Representing the Bronx a bit here.

Hat and jacket are a terrific pairing. Cheers to NY.

Half-term school break here in Denmark, so took a tour to Copenhagen to have lunch with my youngest daughter. Wore this Super Panizza Castorino velour for the occasion.

Big thanks to Stefan @steur for finding and supplying this autumn beauty.

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Congrats on father, daughter time. The hat has many cool features. I am taken by the velour and vents. Quite a combo. Lest us not forget the grand ribbon treatment. Thanks for sharing a hat from your populated hat rack.


I can not see enough of the Stetson Royal Deluxe OR's. The pics showcase the maleable felt well. Thanks for sharing.

That’s a really great pattern on that cap, @Blare and you wear it so naturally. Super nice.

I haven’t been able to post much recently, lots going on around here, but here’s a smattering of some of my recent favorites.
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Jeff, your collage is fun to view. Bearded bowler, bearded and fuzzy faced fedoras and then the clean "corporate citizen" fedora pic. It is fun to see your many "costumes' of daily life.

I hope all is fun and enjoyable. Good to see you post. Cheers, Eric -
 
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Thanks Gary. Gray with contrast is a truly special meat and potatoes fedora. Like you I do love them. As a contrast I do love the spices, the other hues and ribbon treatments of different hats. Meat, potatoes and all the fixings is how I view it. Gotta love the "fixings."

You and your wife are particularily fetching in your shared pic.

Cheers Gary.



As most readers of this thread can tell I have a "hankering" for green fedoras. I do love my Winchester green moss. fedoras. I do need to give them more head time.



My appreciation of you cap may be surpased by the gorgeous views in your pics and the motivation of your vacation sir. Truly best of all times on your deserved vacation with your wife. Thanks for sharing.



Perry you do look very rugged in today's hat attire portrait. Sure you are not hankering for an appearance on the Yellowstone movies? Cheers.



Hat and jacket are a terrific pairing. Cheers to NY.


Congrats on father, daughter time. The hat has many cool features. I am taken by the velour and vents. Quite a combo. Lest us not forget the grand ribbon treatment. Thanks for sharing a hat from your populated hat rack.



I can not see enough of the Stetson Royal Deluxe OR's. The pics showcase the maleable felt well. Thanks for sharing.



Jeff, your collage is fun to view. Bearded bowler, bearded and fuzzy faced fedoras and then the clean "corporate citizen" fedora pic. It is fun to see your many "costumes' of daily life.

I hope all is fun and enjoyable. Good to see you post. Cheers, Eric -
Thanks Eric
 

Gary in NC

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Thanks Gary. Gray with contrast is a truly special meat and potatoes fedora. Like you I do love them. As a contrast I do love the spices, the other hues and ribbon treatments of different hats. Meat, potatoes and all the fixings is how I view it. Gotta love the "fixings."

You and your wife are particularily fetching in your shared pic.

Cheers Gary.
Thank you so much Eric.
 

Short Balding Guy

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Good morning. I checked after my walk and the bird baths are frozen. It is a cool morning. A Stetson Stratoliner DeLuxe was my morning walkabout hat.

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Warmer clothes, coffee and a Gannon wanderer were de-rigor.

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the granite Winchester felt hue is hard to capture in the morning.

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Working on trimming some rose bushes in a Stetson Flagship. The petersham ribbon looks good on this lighter fawn hued felt. I knwo from previous posts that this ribbon style provokes strong dis-likes and likes. For this hat it works.

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Cheers, Eric -
 
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Good morning. I checked after my walk and the bird baths are frozen. It is a cool morning. A Stetson Stratoliner DeLuxe was my morning walkabout hat.

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i-9N2C2w4-M.jpg


i-S7BL57L-M.jpg


Warmer clothes, coffee and a Gannon wanderer were de-rigor.

i-Ht85w9N-M.jpg


the granite Winchester felt hue is hard to capture in the morning.

i-6bKZkk2-M.jpg


Working on trimming some rose bushes in a Stetson Flagship. The petersham ribbon looks good on this lighter fawn hued felt. I knwo from previous posts that this ribbon style provokes strong dis-likes and likes. For this hat it works.

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Cheers, Eric -
Great hats and jacket Eric. Pendleton?
 
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As for the facial hair— how do those of you with moustaches have the patience? I liked the look, but couldn’t eat, drink, or kiss without painful pulls on the upper lip! So off it went.
Sure worked with the Clearwater derby though!
Great look Jeff. I've had a mustache since I could grow one, going on 45 years now. Shaved it off once and the wife told me I looked funny so I grew it back. I feel naked without it:rolleyes:
 

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