Got some interesting traditional angler's clothing you want to talk about.
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Mon Jul 17, 2017 7:51 pm
If the hat is made of a "Felt" type material Mark, it is very similar to a top brand that sells very well in Australia. Very stylish!
I just remembered the name of the Aussie hat company is Akubra!
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I saw some very similar at the Yorkshire show last week, it's a beauty. Picked it up and laura gave me the look. 20 hats and one head, as she'd say.
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A fitting hat for a top class chap; well done Mark
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A very nice hat Mark
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I wouldn't be without mine.
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I'm a sucker for a hat... I have sooooo many.
Very nice Mark
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I couldn’t resist treating myself to a new hat recently and adorned it with a very nice badge!
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Now that's a very nice titfer
An ideal place for an iconic emblem
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JasonR wrote: ↑
Sun Jan 20, 2019 2:27 pm
I couldn’t resist treating myself to a new hat recently and adorned it with a very nice badge!34C96D5C-19CF-4C31-8F31-2700D047D7AA.jpeg
I wear my flapped deerstalkersmostly when it's cold, I'm wearing one now. I haven't needed to fold the flaps down yet today but will need to soon. The thought of those cold badges against my ear sent a chill through me to be honest.
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