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If you want some protection go and look within stores that service sailors/boaters like West Marine. Hats sold there have straps to keep them on your head and flaps that protect your neck. However well these work, they aren't very attractive.Hi;
Any suggestions for a hat to wear while driving with the top down?
I'm wearing a tweed cap I got in Scotland some years ago. Stays on nicely, but not a lot of sun protection.
I have quite a few, and most are pretty pricey, so I'm like you...I think they'd look *great* to drive around in, but I can't take the risk of losing one! (The Borsalinos do come with a "wind cord" that you are supposed to be able to attach to your lapel, in case it flies off in the breeze, but I'm too chicken to test it out in the T-bird! LOL!).LOL I have several snappy fedoras; I won’t risk them flying off!
I spent about two hours looking at all the caps on Etsy last night. My problem is that I almost have to have a snapback cap. I guess my head is too small for those "one size fits all/most". Anyway, they don't tell what type the caps are with most of them. I would buy a cap like yours in a heartbeat if it was a snapback. Which type is yours? Thanks in advance. JJG