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  1. #11
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    19th December 15
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cameron of Texas View Post
    I love a good flat cap (wool, cotton or otherwise) but I've found a grand total of 2 in the past 20 years which both fit good and looked good on me. I require at least a 7 3/4 size hat. Surely I'm not the only one here with this problem?
    Hanna hats go up to 2xl, 65cm. I wear 59cm hats and I've been very comfortable in a medium Hanna tweed hat which has lasted me twelve years. They sell direct online but other shops carry them as well, I got mine from MacLeods in Stratford, Ontario.

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    22nd October 17
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    I agree with the Hana Hats suggestions.

    I wear size 7 1/4 US or 58 (for the rest of the world) and I have a size Medium Hana hat that is quite comfortable and stylish on my head. It is a very appealing mossy green tweed with nubs of many other colors.

    I bought the cap at the Scottish Store in Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany. In spite of the perhaps unlikely location, this is a great shop full of Aran sweaters, Harris Tweed jackets, Hana Hats and other fine Scottish/Irish items. My wife and I picked a couple of sweaters and a scarf, in addition to the cap. I recommend it if you are in the neighborhood.

    Of course, you really ought to check out the town, too, which is a well-maintained, walled medieval town straight out of a fairy tale.


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