The collection men's hats for the 2013 Fall/Winter season here at Hartford York is one of the nicest we've ever had, with new favorites, like the Tracy Watts exclusive called The Arcadian (a fur felt brim fedora with bound edge, broad tonal ribbon trim with bow), and those we all love to see again, like The Foldaway, a fur felt fedora by Christys' London perfect for the
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man on the go. A few reasons why customers love this hat can be seen from these five-star reviews:
Santana introduces a couple of new hats this season. The first is called The Essential, and this fur felt hat features a center crease, grosgrain band trim with ribbon overlay and colorful pin. The other hat from Santana by Carlos Santana is a fur felt fedora called The Abraxas. The satin-lined hat is trimmed with a braided leather band and angel pin, and fitted with a leather sweatband.
Santana fans will be happy to see the return of some men's hats like the leather fedora, called The Shaman. This lid will definitely put you in touch with your spiritual rock star! The sewn braid leather hat is sleek and has a self trim with a silver Abraxas Angel pin. The Soul Sacrifice from Carlos Santana make an appearance this season too. This particular stingy brim fur felt fedora is offered in rich navy, trimmed with a grosgrain ribbon. A splash of color is provided by the Abraxas Angel on the bow, as well as a line of contrast stitching that runs along the top of the trim. Look inside for the jacquard lining with artwork.
There's a fully lined leather pork pie hat from the Anthony Peto's Paris workshop and it is a marvellous addition to our collection of hats exclusive to Hartford York. It's called The Jellybone, and it comes in at just stingy with a two-inch brim. We're happy that Makins of New York has a number of fur felt men's hats that are new this season, including "C" crown snap brim fedoras and pork pie hats with pinch front crowns and stitch detailed contrast bands. I really like their homburgs too--each features a contrast grosgrain ribbon band and matching bound edge, and the fur felt is textured, which is a look I'm partial to.
We're bringing back some of the top Borsalino hats, including The Ultimo (a fully-lined 100% beaver fur felt hat with a two-inch brim and hand-sewn leather sweatband) as well as that trophy hat, the limited edition Cervelt. This magnificent fur felt fedora is crafted from a blend of fur that includes the soft underside fur from the New Zealand red deer. The nap is just incredibly soft and the grosgrain trim features the traditional Borsalino bow and logo. Another Borsalino limited edition men's stingy brim hat is The Balducci, and this fedora with its 1 1/2-inch brim is crafted from pure beaver fur felt. The grosgrain trim is set off with a tasty diagonal striped silk fabric, which is also used to line the hat.
If you're looking for very traditional hats, we've got fur felt hats including Christys' London Trilby and The Como from Borsalino; a classic fur felt bowler, a la Charlie Chaplin's beloved derby; and we've got fur felt hats posing as modern travel-worthy fedoras. The Stetson tribute fur felt hat that one satisfied customer calls "magnificent" is named The Stratoliner, and it is a men's hat that will bring you back to a time when all well-dressed men wore hats.
- I bought this hoping it would look as good on me as it did in the picture. I was pleased. Since it is a foldaway, it is thinner and more casual looking than a standard fur felt hat. It is still quite striking.
- I've had this had for at least three years. You really can crush it, or roll it up, Then "re-inflate" it, reshape it, and it's ready to go.
- Although I got this fedora to travel with, it immediately became one of my all time favorites, travel-able or not! The color is versatile, and it is true to size. This hat is one of the few reasons I'm impatient for winter!
- I like to take a hat when I travel, but they always end up getting crushed in the aircraft overhead bin. This one rolls up nicely and fits in my carry on or blazer pocket.