A hat brush for brushing your hat

Got lint on your felt fedora? You need a hat brush.

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The Hat Jack not only actually works, but you will probably make your hat too big

My enormous head is about 62 centimeters around. That's 24 inches. This has had two consequences for my life. Firstly, no matter what I do, I look vaguely like a bobblehead doll. Secondly, hat acquisition is a problem. Read the rest

Life Aquatic beanie, my favorite winter hat

"Son of a bitch, I'm sick of these dolphins."

As it is cold out, I've taken to wearing my Team Zissou beanie most days, and nights. For $10, delivered, you too can emulate the greatest adventurer never to sail the 7 seas.

The stop light symbol differentiates it from my Cousteau one.

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A tiny fedora for your manbun

It "unites the best of contemporary styles in hair and hats for young men," writes an unbylined author at Capitol Hill Seattle [via Stylite, via Dan Savage] Read the rest

When stalking medieval rooftops, remember to remove your pointy metal hat

The GIF doesn't quite convey this one. (It's called a capirote, apparently!) Read the rest

San Francisco Hat Company makes an awesome fedora

If you are bald, awesome, and need a hat, I heartily recommend the San Francisco Hat Company.

I have several of their lovely fedoras. They are well made, fit well, re-block easily, and have lasted me years.

Don't let others tell you what to wear.

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Watch: 400 years of hats

GQ looks at the last four centuries of fashion in men's hats. And yes, it includes the porkpie hat from Breaking Bad. Read the rest

Felt animal hats

Barbara Keal makes unusual felt hats, perfect for cold winter mornings and pagan orgies. [via Trendland] Read the rest

Why the fedora grosses out geekdom

The fedora draws increasing controversy in internet circles. In just one hour I found no less than three Tumblrs related to shaming people who wear the creased, curve-brimmed hat—formal with a touch of classic dandy—and the censure is interestingly specific. The targets are usually men.