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Daniele Tanto

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Here I am with another hat of the "little glorious" generation of Italian hats born between sixty and seventies.
Last was a modern G.B. Borsalino fu Lazzaro, "Destrina" color, this time it is directly a Borsalino
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The style in those years, now distant, became "imaginative" and "creative" solutions were tried to give oxygen to a market in evident asphyxiation, certainly the tastes of the buyers had also changed
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Borsalino Qualità Extra Superiore in "Maroso" felt color. What does this word mean in Italian?
maróso1 s. m. [der. of sea]. - Huge wave of the sea; It is mostly used at the PLURAL. To indicate the wave motion of the coarse sea, characterized by large waves that proceed aligned, with steep crests and close to breaking or already broken at the top.
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The felt is very soft and finished with concentric seams on the crown and on the brims, the ribbon is of the same Felt and color
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Have a nice Sunday and thanks for your likes on the G.B. Borsalino "Destrina"
Compliments for your parade of hats!
 
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Nederland
Oops! I accidentally deleted the food photos. I do have this, though.
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Drinks; sure, as an appetizer;)

The 3X and the Cavanagh made My list as well.
Thank you, Joe.

This morning has been cold and I can wear a hat only when I pull my collar up. Early morning walkabout in a Royal DeLuxe Stetson OR.

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A warm-up inside and I headed back outside for a check of the property. I changed to a VS fedora (inspired by the Stetson Stratoliner in dove grey beaver felt).

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A bit later I headed out to fill bird feeders and to clear the boathouse of ice buildup. A Royal DeLuxe Setson Stratoliner was my hat choice.

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I started the grill for some brunch and was under the brim of a Gannon Wanderer (silvermist beaver felt with charcoal trimmings).

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Cheers, Eric -
Fantastic hats, all of them!
 
Messages
16,248
Location
Nederland
Here I am with another hat of the "little glorious" generation of Italian hats born between sixty and seventies.
Last was a modern G.B. Borsalino fu Lazzaro, "Destrina" color, this time it is directly a Borsalino
View attachment 470024
The style in those years, now distant, became "imaginative" and "creative" solutions were tried to give oxygen to a market in evident asphyxiation, certainly the tastes of the buyers had also changed
View attachment 470025
Borsalino Qualità Extra Superiore in "Maroso" felt color. What does this word mean in Italian?
maróso1 s. m. [der. of sea]. - Huge wave of the sea; It is mostly used at the PLURAL. To indicate the wave motion of the coarse sea, characterized by large waves that proceed aligned, with steep crests and close to breaking or already broken at the top.
View attachment 470026
The felt is very soft and finished with concentric seams on the crown and on the brims, the ribbon is of the same Felt and color
View attachment 470027
Have a nice Sunday and thanks for your likes on the G.B. Borsalino "Destrina"
Compliments for your parade of hats!
I like that colour and a spiral stitch from to to time is a welcome change.
 

Mighty44

Practically Family
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Central California
The week in hats. Alas, hardly any useable sunshine this week, but here we go anyway.

Dunn&Co View attachment 469937

Stetson Custom V
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Cavanagh
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Tirard Grand Raid
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Stetson 3X
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Knox Westlite
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Dunn&Co
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Blum velour
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I’m a sucker for the felted edge so the Cavanagh wins by a nose. The ribbon work on the Tirard Grand Raid is something else too! Love it.
 
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Steve1857

I'll Lock Up
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Denmark
I’ll take cold and rain over hot and dry any day! Nice Panizza, too. It’s a brand that has eluded me in my size.
Thanks Brent.

I prefer hot, but I guess my lot in northern Europe is cold. Maybe I should take Max's advice and move south :)

Panizzas are solid hats. Nothing particularly special, but their best can be very good.

Hope you find one in your size. They're definitely worth having.
 

bobm

A-List Customer
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Location
Glen Ridge, NJ
This morning has been cold and I can wear a hat only when I pull my collar up. Early morning walkabout in a Royal DeLuxe Stetson OR.

i-6N24vTG-M.jpg


i-9f7mr54-M.jpg


A warm-up inside and I headed back outside for a check of the property. I changed to a VS fedora (inspired by the Stetson Stratoliner in dove grey beaver felt).

i-4hJXFnC-M.jpg


i-RnQrRmf-M.jpg


i-s8H7NCc-M.jpg


A bit later I headed out to fill bird feeders and to clear the boathouse of ice buildup. A Royal DeLuxe Setson Stratoliner was my hat choice.

i-TJbP98w-M.jpg


i-9SMpKhx-M.jpg


I started the grill for some brunch and was under the brim of a Gannon Wanderer (silvermist beaver felt with charcoal trimmings).

i-QXr267S-M.jpg


i-JTZNbMF-M.jpg


Cheers, Eric -
The hats are outstanding and so is that Filson Packer!
 

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