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    Default Re: New hat

    Quote Originally Posted by Irate Mormon View Post
    in my truck the rear brim gets squashed against the headrest
    lol...yep. And the front then feels like it's lifting up and off the forehead....
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    What the heck---for $40---I just pledged to this guy's Kickstarter campaign. It's already fully funded. I'm going to give the "Shapeshifter" a try (eventually...expected ship date Nov 2017).

    Dorky, weird, practical, functional, durable? All of the above? I'll find out....
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    Keep us posted. I have too many hiking hats at the moment, but could see this in the future.
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    Default Re: New hat

    I'm not into fiddling with things that much. I just swap the big hat for a ball cap. My favorite big hat has a flexible brim that just flies up when the wind gets it. I can run wide open across the lake in my boat and don't need a strap. And straw keeps you cooler in my experience.

    I have an extra hat new in the box ready to go when this one wears out. I don't remember the name or anything. It was the biggest straw hat Coolibar had a the time.

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