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A Folding Hat & Hand-Made Bargains

Submitted by on November 27, 2010 – 10:17 pm 2 Comments

This Guerra New Pocket fedora is a fur felt hat that you can fold and make fit into an overcoat pocket, brief case or desk.

The fine Italian hatter Guerra has sent a shipment of new hat models, and are we very excited about them!

The coolest new hat is a stingy brim fedora that you can fold. The hat band doubles as a binding clasp to keep the hat folded up. Once folded, it is small enough to fit into an overcoat pocket, bag or desk. It unfolds just as easily, without losing its shape!

The folding hat is called the ÔÇ£New Pocket.ÔÇØ It also is more than a one-trick pony. In addition to being foldable, it is a really soft and attractive hat made from a genuine fur felt. It is even affordably priced.

Speaking of price, the new Guerra GU fedora might be the ultimate value for the price in our entire shop. The GU is a handsome hand-made fur felt fedora with the same design as GuerraÔÇÖs premium hat (the Cashlux) for almost half the price. Only $110, as of this posting!

Even the new Guerra Classico Soleil offers something special. It gives the appearance of a vintage high-crown fedora. However, the crowning glory of this hat is its silken finish that turns heads.

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