Number of posts: 231
Location: Hamburg, NY
Tobacco: Mississippi Mud, Blackpoint, Charing Cross, Early Day
Pipe: Stanwells, Kalnitz, Peterson, Sasieni, Armellini
Registration date: 2009-12-31
|Subject: Re: Calling any "hat guys" Fri Jul 20, 2012 6:47 pm|| |
I am a hat guy, one could say. I have four I routinely wear, unfortunately on two are here on base with me. I have the one in my avatar, it's an oilcloth baseball cap with leather brim. I got it in Ireland, last time I was there. Then an oil cloth driving cap (or flat cap), and a black wool stevedore cap As here.
And one of my favorites, a custom made fur felt fedora, made by Gary White.
Number of posts: 179
Location: I am in the basement, but I have a window
Tobacco: Just about anything by Rattray's, Pease, or Gawith.
Pipe: Anything with an open airway and a nice thin bite....
Registration date: 2011-11-04
|Subject: Re: Calling any "hat guys" Fri Jul 20, 2012 7:16 pm|| |
I wear a broad rimmed tan canvas almost every day. I hate sunscreen. The hat and I have an understanding... it keeps the sun off me, I keep it reasonably clean. So far the relationship has worked for 14 - 16 years. I kinda lost track a few years ago. No baseball caps for me.
Number of posts: 654
Location: The South
Tobacco: It's all good, especially straight, VAs, good VaPers and Latakia blends are simple heaven.
Pipe: My collection is growing...
Registration date: 2011-01-04
|Subject: Re: Calling any "hat guys" Sat Jul 21, 2012 3:12 am|| |
I just took a look at this thread again, and I love that it's gotten so popular. I think it's cool that so many men were nice hats. Here is a picture of my little guy, who's taken a real fancy to my everyday fedora. It's a cheapy, and he looks a lot better in it than daddy.