What Hat Are You Wearing Today ?

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  1. drmaxtejeda

    drmaxtejeda I'll Lock Up

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    It takes time for them to come back to feed when I first walk out to the balcony.

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  2. Garrett

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  3. Dlaniger

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    Nice color combo. It has a rich look.


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  4. Dlaniger

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    Good looking Dobbs, Michael. The classic profile.


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  5. Dlaniger

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    Hey Brent. Would you consider that Stetson a Western, or a wide brim fedora? It has the elements of both. What ever it is it works. Hope you had a good day. It looks like a great trip.


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  6. deadlyhandsome

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    Thanks, Reggie. It’s definitely a western. I trimmed 1/3” from the brim and reshaped it. It’s a coarse 1960s hat that isn’t anything special, but it’s also one of my favorites. There’s no accounting for tastes. :)


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  7. Dlaniger

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    No wonder. Ok I get it. Definitely molded to your style. Cool!


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  8. Dlaniger

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    Two hat day for me.
    Sunday morning Straw by Bailey.
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    Helmet by Giro[​IMG]This Helmet is not as exciting as Michael’s cycling headwear, but it is functional.



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  9. Michael A

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    Thanks Scott.

    Thanks Reggie. It is a classic. Definitely in my top three or four hats.

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  10. Willybob

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    deadlyhandsome,
    Was your trip work related or just for fun? One of you picks looked old and one modern. your post gave me an idea. Now that the passes are open my bride and are are planning a two pass trip, making the loop over Tioga, N. on 395, then back on 108 Sonora pass. Probably stay the night in Lee Vining or Bridgeport.

    Oh and here's a hat pic to stay hooked to the thread.

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  11. Michael A

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    A great summer look being topped off by the Bailey. And that looks like a lot of bike under the Giro.

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  12. Cornshucker77

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  13. Dlaniger

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    Thanks, Michael.
     
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  14. Rmccamey

    Rmccamey One Too Many

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    Sounds like something you should do on another kind of "bike"!

     
  15. alanfgag

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    <smile> Thanks Steve!

    Nah. Our house is 140 years old and is sealed up about as tight as cheesecloth. The moths don't seem to like the daylight - or Buffalo. I've been lucky so far.

    Totally! ;^)

    I'm glad you enjoyed seeing it. I was afraid it was a little TMI.
     
  16. Bill Hughes

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    Art Fawcett Semi-Calado Montecristi for worship services this morning. It was a bit windy so the brim is moving around.

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  17. We've had 6-1/2" of rain in two days so it's a late dark night wearing a GGCD. So dark maybe this belongs in the shadow thread?

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  18. Garrett

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    Cloudy & overcast = 1950's Stetson 7X CB with a little help from BSHW

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  19. Just A Hat Rack

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    Nice hat Jim. We're getting tired of all the rain up our way as well. These past couple days of actual summer weather have been a blessing.

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  20. deadlyhandsome

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    My trip was “work.” I rarely go farther than the Valley when I’m in Yosemite for work; pretty, but crowded and hot.

    I personally think that 108 over Sonora Pass is spectacular. The crowds in Yosemite are a big turnoff. Anyway, your trip sounds wonderful. Post some photos in the Fedoras Afield thread.
     
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