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    i hit the lock and co website. those are some nice looking hats! while pondering a purchase, in addition to what is listed in this thread, what should i check out?
     

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    Caps- who do you like? Looking for something in the flat/ newsboy camp that isn't comically oversized. I have traditionally thrown a few stitches in to keep the crown to the brim if they are buttoned or snapped. Bought this cheap one used, and the brim is finally disintegrating.

    Preferably unstructured, wool(/ blend). Bonus points for felted or leather rather than plastic inner bill form.
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    I just got a Goorin Bros ball cap, all black, no logos which I can wear when I walk around at lunch (it's sunny in Colorado). But they make a ton of reasonably price hats:
    Men's Flatcap, Newsboy & Gatsby Hat | Goorin Bros. Hat Shop

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    Thanks- I have a Goorin porkpie I like. I ended up ordering a discontinued Stetson Hattaras Newsboy.

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    New Stetson 8 panel cap. Highlights my latent ol'manishness.

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    That photo is freaking me out.
    GO!

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    Because that guy is just so good looking.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Estlund View Post
    Because that guy is just so good looking.
    Because he's missing a decent chunk of ear (and a little bit of his glasses)!
    The hat's real nice, though!!!
    GO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by davids View Post
    Because he's missing a decent chunk of ear (and a little bit of his glasses)!
    The hat's real nice, though!!!
    Image appears to have been photo-shopped.

    Probably a botched attempt to make an already handsome guy even more gorgeous.

    Sort of like this from a few years ago: ;)


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    Phone photo- looks like it did some odd parallax/ auto correct deal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Estlund View Post
    Phone photo- looks like it did some odd parallax/ auto correct deal?
    In the style of Van Gogh:


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    Pretty sure my ear just looks funny from that angle. Add in the jewelry and tattoo and...

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    Embracing this 80* October as an excuse to wear this vintage Knox Panama.

    I'm not convinced it's ever been worn, even though the box has seen some closet time.


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    Knox Kilkenny custom brim on Vimeo

    The second of three closet find vintage Knox hats. This one a lovely Kilkenny long oval center crease with a custom edged 1-3/8" brim. This one was worn, but also in immaculate condition. Possibly my new favorite.

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    My wife traveled to Tokyo and she picked me up a Kijima Takayuki-United Arrows collaboration hand knit hat. The feel of the hat is so soft and the profile is super slim. I used to think my Topo designs knit hat was nice, but as soon as I put this on, I gave away the Topo to my son. Now just waiting for some cooler weather to test it in the wild.

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    Lock and Bates are both in the St Jameś area of central London i.e Clubland. I recently acquired a beret from Lock. I think it is sourced from th Basque Country and it is one of the highest quality bits of stuff I own. It is so closely woven it also feels fairly protective when I cannot find my cycling helmet. Comfy too. Yes it is a bit comical and attracts some friendly comments and I say, yes, it is my anti Brexit statement.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by slwrnu View Post
    Lock and Bates are both in the St Jameś area of central London i.e Clubland. I recently acquired a beret from Lock. I think it is sourced from th Basque Country and it is one of the highest quality bits of stuff I own. It is so closely woven it also feels fairly protective when I cannot find my cycling helmet. Comfy too. Yes it is a bit comical and attracts some friendly comments and I say, yes, it is my anti Brexit statement.
    Calm down Rusty.....next thing you know you and your family will be looking for sex or was that six in a small German town

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