Where do you hang your hat?

Discussion in 'Hats' started by Samsa, May 27, 2006.

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  1. alanfgag

    alanfgag

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    sometimes here:

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  2. Or here, but if you wear under about a 7-1/2 "forgetta bout it"!

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  3. Bushman

    Bushman Call Me a Cab

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    Usually either on the coat hook on the back of my door:
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    or on a little hook next to my desk:
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  4. Zombie_61

    Zombie_61 I'll Lock Up

    "Thank you, Thing." I really want one of those!
     
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  5. dylanmitchell

    dylanmitchell New in Town

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  6. hatsRme

    hatsRme I'll Lock Up

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    Yes.
     
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  7. psklenar

    psklenar One of the Regulars

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    I received a Mark Christopher Collection hat rack from Amazon today. While mine holds three hats, they make a 4 and a 5 hat variants. I like it! Of course I'll hopefully be putting the felt hats into storage soon and will place my summer straw hats here soon. <fingers crossed>

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  8. Mustang Mike's Hats

    Mustang Mike's Hats A-List Customer

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    I have a pegboard that has hat holders attached to it. The image I attached is for slat-board, but mine are two pronged to go into the pegboard. For the car, I LOVE the Hatrider. I was shocked at how well it works for me. I've used it for Western, Fedoras, wide brim.. you name it. I can't recommend it highly enough!!

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  9. Bushman

    Bushman Call Me a Cab

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    No more door hangers for me! Now I hang my hat on a stand. Here's the Spring/Summer set up:
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  10. Bamaboots

    Bamaboots I'll Lock Up

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  11. psklenar

    psklenar One of the Regulars

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    My niece had her Confirmation at church this evening. I'm willing to guess that it's been a LONG time since this clip held an honest to goodness hat!

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  12. nvilletele

    nvilletele Familiar Face

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    I’ll take a stab at answering this question a tad less flippantly, though it’s now a year later.

    I think so long as the hat rack has the right kind (shape) of hooks, you should be fine. I don’t think any of my hats have been harmed here.

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    Regarding your links, Hat stands are great, but can get expensive if you need many. The U type of rack might be fine for many western hats but overall I think it depends on the type of hat/brim.

    My other storage methods are these:

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  13. Wyldkarma

    Wyldkarma Practically Family

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  14. Desert dog

    Desert dog Call Me a Cab

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    I have a rack next to my front door for easy access coming and going. I leave empty hooks for guests to hang their hats. Also a stand that my brother in law made for me. Most reside in boxes.[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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