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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post

DWW had an oatmeal "summer tweed" he was having a custom run of. pretty sexy. Not cashmere, but has texture for days. You could have formosa do that.

LL
 

Yeah, I almost got on that but felt the fabric might turn out too stiff. Sort of regret it. I'm sure it'll end up quite sexy.
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Tunic day
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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post
 

DWW had an oatmeal "summer tweed" he was having a custom run of. pretty sexy. Not cashmere, but has texture for days. You could have formosa do that.

 

LL 

 

Yep that plan is already in the works

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Thread Starter 

Welcome to the NoMan family, Lesca !   We're very happy to have another French maker in our store.  

 

Great little family business with a very unique taste anchored in mid-century modern traditions and proportions.

 

http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/makers/makersinfo/view/id/182/

 

 

 

 

 

 

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In keeping with the sunshine thing, I am happy to welcome a Japanese hat maker to the No Man family: Sublime

 

They make a big variety of headwear, all with a great sense of humor and attitude, but the real standouts for us were their two packable models: one in paper, and one in straw.

 

 

 

 

 

I think I wrote in the product description that these were the Goldilocks of paper hats, and for anybody reading this that has been in the market for one, you know just how hard it can be to find one that is "just right". These have a good crown size, a good brim size, they skip the band altogether in favor some subtle contrast stitching right in the weave, and the best part of all: they're rollable. It might seem like a funny thing to get hung up on, but I like having a hat with me all summer - both when I travel and when I'm just out and about for the day, and there always come times when you just don't know where to put the thing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The other one is a straw hat - much more structured than the paper of course, but it has its own solution to being packable - a cord built right into the band that will keep the hat rolled up when you put it away. Fortunately, for those that don't want that kind of extra flair, the cord easily pulls back inside the hat. I've got a feeling I'll be wearing mine both ways though, because why not?

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How does sizing work for a 60? 

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For 57 cm diameter head size, which size should I grab in Sublime?
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How did you measure your heads diameter? Wouldnt you have to go through your head?

 

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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post

How did you measure your heads diameter? Wouldnt you have to go through your head?

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Don't be silly. Just double the radius.
Duh.
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let me wolfram alpha that

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Originally Posted by Steel28 View Post

For 57 cm diameter head size, which size should I grab in Sublime?

Are you an alien? smile.gif
Joking, joking...
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Originally Posted by gs77 View Post

Are you an alien? smile.gif
Joking, joking...


Hahahah. I come to earth to kop Sublime
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he doesn't need water to save his planet, he needs rollable hats

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Originally Posted by lawyerdad View Post

Don't be silly. Just double the radius.
Duh.

Solved it.

 

Measure your head circumference with a string.

Measure string.

Divide by π.

 

 

Still don't know what size you are though.

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