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    Actually I recently purchased one just like it.

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    Key word, old boy: tweed.
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    Consider a blaze orange "Boonie hat"

    They're durable, shield your ears, forehead, and some of your neck and face, shed precipitation, and come recommended by the armed services.

    You may have to forego the blaze orange, but the best are Army surplus in my experience.

    You may also need a second matched shotgun and someone to carry and load for you.

    Be safe, have fun, look lordly.

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    My Doc warned me about baseball caps & being "seasoned" to many years in the Sun outdoors. He strongly suggested that to help avoid skin cancer
    around the nose, ears, neck, eyes / temple areas to wear a hat with a brim wide enough to shade the aforementioned areas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kismet View Post
    Consider a blaze orange "Boonie hat"
    Excellent recommendation, old boy. With a boonie that has a chin strap, when your ears get cold turn it upside down and the chin strap will hold the brim against your ears.
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    Quote Originally Posted by edhammo59 View Post
    Stetson Open Road, silverbelly
    A classy cover.
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    What ever happened to the old Jones style hunting cap? That's all I worn back in the 50's and 60's. I see you can still buy them online but i never see anyone wearing one in the field. They were quite versatile as you could pull the back down to shed water for provide some shade.
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    The one I purchased is very close to that one only is in my favorite color green.

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