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Can anyone point me in the direction of information on Mr P's hats?
Specifically, descriptions of the various hats worn - even better if there is a specific source that he uses for these!
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I have read that there is a specific source for his hats, but I can't remember what it is. Someone on the CA forum knows where he gets them from. If someone doesn't give you the answer here, you could always try checking over there.
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Hi bascule, the hat type is called a fedora, and Pterry wears a felt one mostly.
Try here if you are in the States, www.TheFedoraStore.com
or in the UK www.NewUrban.co.UK
there are many style for male or femail.
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i love hats my favourite was a panama hat i bought in panama but my misses binned it coz she thought it was scruffy,i went spare and made her buy me a new one but its not the same
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