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post #316 of 2149
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Certainly not for everybody, but I took the plunge and kopped this Layer-0 calf/vachetta hat from The Library.

Way lighter (weight-wise) than I expected. Only about five ounces.

All in all I am very happy.

Haters, please go easy. Hatters, have at it.

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post #317 of 2149
@AlexanderTG looks great i'd bring the front down a bit like a fedora but thats my preference
post #318 of 2149
Thanks, Sinnedk. Plenty of time for fine tuning. But this is how I've always seen it shown (though I've never seen fit pics).
post #319 of 2149
Don't turn it into a fedora that's ridiculous. It's not for me but keep it as is I'd say.
post #320 of 2149
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looks great! If you weren't already a musician that hat would almost certainly grant you some sort of musical talent by osmosis. 

post #321 of 2149
Thanks, guys.

I think I'ma keep it Fred Norton style. A little worried about the "leather hat guy" thing, but I'm willing to risk it for a while while I still have some hair left. smile.gif
post #322 of 2149

Italian long hair shearling from InAisce. I just sold my 1 and picked up a 2 so I can wear winter layers under it. The fur is much more gray on this one. I'm in love.

Named "Nunatukavut" meaning "Our Ancient Land" after the region of Inuit Labrador.
post #323 of 2149
Thread Starter 
Hat looks great there Alex.. I think it helps that you look like the kind of guy to wear a hat like that, as opposed to a hipster fashion kid. Does that make sense? Anyways, suits you!!
post #324 of 2149
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Originally Posted by nicelynice View Post

Hat looks great there Alex.. I think it helps that you look like the kind of guy to wear a hat like that, as opposed to a hipster fashion kid. Does that make sense? Anyways, suits you!!

Thanks, Nicely.

What you can't see is my "Got Harnden?" bumper sticker on my Model T.

Subtle but effective. smile.gif

Thanks again.
post #325 of 2149
Thread Starter 
Friendly reminder that the Layer-0 horse leather jacket this season is beyond dope
liberte Kobe has one in a size 48
post #326 of 2149
Cheap ($600) PH black norfolk for all you size 52's out there

https://www.grail.com/listings/270148-paul-harnden-black-norfolk-blazer
post #327 of 2149
how does individual sentiments sizing work? do it start at size 0, with that being XS/44?
post #328 of 2149
EDITED Better answers have been posted.
Edited by psydle - 11/13/15 at 6:01am
post #329 of 2149
^alright thanks. looking at a blazer and the measurements of a size 1 look to be a bit bigger than I was expecting...
post #330 of 2149
I'm going to have to respectfully disagree. IS sizing is 0 = 44/xs, 1= 46/s, etc. Take this from someone that owns a lot of IS.
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