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  1. JR Magat

    *SOLD* Sublime Rollable Paper Raffia Hat in natural color w blue braided bandana - Size 0 (57-58 cm)

    *SOLD* Sublime Rollable paper and raffia hat in natural color with navy and red storage loop. Comes with a blue braided bandana bands to pair with hat size 0 (57-58 cm) retail $175 from NMWA Price includes shipping CONUS, int'l shipping pls message me for quote
  2. Lucia Agnese

    Authentic Panama Hat woven in Montecristi by Domingo Carranza

    Authentic Montecristi Hat woven by Domingo Carranza. Made with Toquilla straw. Size from 56 centimeter to 63 centimeter. The Fedora model and its many variants have a common origin, which we can place at the end of the nineteenth century, and the beginning of the twentieth century in...
  3. gavrarabba

    For Sale or Trade: Worth & Worth Parabuntal Optimo hat 7 3/8 (59)

    I have this Optimo hat in excellent condition. Looking to sell or trade for a similar (or slighly lower quality) fedora style. This hat is really nice, but the Optimo style is not really for me, I'd prefer a fedora style instead. Worth & Worth 100% Parabuntal straw, leather sweatband shows no ot...
  4. Gus

    Men's Hats: A Discussion Thread, Questions, Opinions, Suggestions...

    This thread is for year-round questions, comments, sharing , photos for men's hats.
  5. skippy upwood

    How tight should a hat be?

    When buying a hat should one err on the side of a tight fit or go for a looser fit?

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