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Discussion in 'Hats' started by AbbaDatDeHat, Sep 18, 2018.
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We're supposed to meet my sister in law's family in Ft. Lauderdale this month. Their first trip to the US from Ecuador. They're all looking forward to it. Me, LOL, I'd rather have the cool weather....
Another cold and blustery morning. Testing out the Dobbs Sixteen Fifty for a trip downtown.
DSCN7851 crop by Michael A2012, on Flickr
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DSCN7853 crop by Michael A2012, on Flickr
Might still be ushanka weather.
3-5-2019 Today's Clothes by Michael A2012, on Flickr
Have a good day,
Off to jury duty in my pecan NW Hats 100X.
A man in a beaver fedora like that DEMANDS justice!!
VS Lightweight this morning.
Great look, you need a pipe and a Deerstalker though.
Thanks Perry. I've got a couple of deerstalkers and they might do with the earflaps down. The only pipe I have is a corncob and that just doesn't seem right.
You have another great hat and sweater pairing today.
Eh si, è proprio un cappello da ricordare! Una meraviglia
One of your best conversion. I like color and everything on this hat!
Another nice one. Looks almost gray on my iPad.
Is that black cherry? Looking good!
Coober Pedy on a cold morning.
My new to me DARK green (a LOT lighter in the photo.....almost black in person....) Borsalino "Continental", mostly Homburg (mostly, because it has the uneven ribbon treatment, narrow under the brim, wide on top) or what ever you want to call it.....Has an awesome dark green liner too!!!!
Thank you Daniele!
[QUOTE = "Daniele Tanto, post: 2525599, member: 31713"] Oh yes, it's a hat to remember! Wonderful
One of your best conversion. I like color and everything on this hat![/QUOTE]
Michael you really have some great hats and a simply awesome sense of style!!!!! Now you just need to find some hats in 7 1/2 to 7 5/8 and overcoats in 50-52 regular and we could work up some trades for stuff or that federal paper with presidents on it..........
Western week continues with another old nut...
This hat is really something, Alan. One of only a couple I've seen around with the under brim binding. This one checks the boxes. As unique a Nutria as I've seen.
I love it! The right shade of green makes a wonderful hat.
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Thanks... it is an interesting example. Workman quality felt compared to clear nutria but sparing no details in the finishing. It has some moth nibbles but is otherwise as new. This was an eBay auction that many of us were watching - it was scooped up by a keen eyed FL lounge member with an offer before the auction closed. I purchased the hat from him a year or two later.