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Vaughn Corpus

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No camo Fritz! I was thinking tan.


I'd be in for a tan one! Those hats are great.

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I would love to see those fleece-caps with a plaid pattern!

The Big-Jim hats would also look great made of plaid…

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The Coups caps are still available.  Chuck Deshler of Two Tracks Bows purchased the company and with his wife's wool/fleece skills, they've recently put them back on the market. 
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Now I know what that design is reminding me of…

[star-wars-imperiale-foto-bild-65555640] 
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We could take the replicas of the Star Wars' Imperial Officer Caps and make some fine tin cloth hats!

"The force is strong with this one! coff-coff…"



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David Miller "Split Bamboo" 67" 50#@26"
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The Coups caps are still available.  Chuck Deshler of Two Tracks Bows purchased the company and with his wife's wool/fleece skills, they've recently put them back on the market. 


Good news! A wool version would be sweet.

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I like and have a few of BigJim's lids, and often wear a short brimmed floppy hat.
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Wow I really like that photoshopped green hat with that TAS logo! Nice job Fritz!
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ACHTUNG!

The lids I've posted are photoshopped!

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David Miller "Split Bamboo" 67" 50#@26"
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ACHTUNG!

The lids I've posted are photoshopped!


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Thanks Green,
We are not a sponsor yet, but we are working on it. Until then I will just enjoy hanging out with you guys and getting familiar with the site.
It looks like Darren is doing a great job.
Thanks all, see ya round'
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Reply with quote  #36 
The green hat posted above in reply #25 with "Traditional Archery Society" written across w/bow & arrows under is cool especially if in tan.
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Here's another blast-from-the-past hat:

The Civilian Conservation Corps Winter Cap, aka WWII Cold Weather Cap, aka Filson Waterfowl Hat

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I'm a fan of these too.

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Reply with quote  #39 
I tend to bounce between three different hats for bowhunting...

1) My Compton baseball cap during warm weather/3D shooting.  I wear it backwards so the brim is out of the way.

2) My trusty Bailey Briar fedora for most of my bowhunting anymore.  The brim bends right out of the way of shooting and didn't take much practice before getting used to it.  Plus I really like the way the brim casts a shadow over my face for some camouflage.

3) My Stormy Kromer wool hat.  Love this thing.  Again, I turn it backwards so the brim is out of the way.


All that being said, I really like the looks of the hat Big Jim sells.

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I have had to rethink the hunting hat.  I have changed my form and it requires me the have the bowstring further back.  I cannot shoot with a hat with any "bill" to it.  I use a "newsboy" hat and turn it around backwards.  In cooler weather I wear a beannie.

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Who is the manufacturer of these caps?
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i like boonie style hats they just seem to work for me
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I wear a variety of hats/caps.  My favorite in the past was a Jones style cap but they seem to be hard to find these days.  Mine was light brown.  If rain is a possibility I wear a wool felt fedora or my Tilley hat.
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