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Submitted by on October 2, 2010 – 4:16 pm One Comment

Raising a popular, but discontinued, fedora back into existance, Stetson has gone out of its way to impress with the new Roadster fedora.

Stetson and Dobbs, two of the most popular hat brands we carry at Hats Plus, have each brought back a favorite model of hat that many of our customers lamented would remain extinct forever!

First up is the Stetson Roadster. An update of the extremely popular, but discontinued, Stetson Roadmaster, the Roadster is a masculine fedora that is sure to turn heads. Its bold teardrop crown gives it a touch of urban style, but the thin leather dress band gives it a Western flair. Whether toolinÔÇÖ around in your classic automobile, goinÔÇÖ out to feed your horses or heading into the boardroom, the Roadster is a rugged looking hat that fits in any place.

Dobbs has also brought back their Hunter Mountain fedora. It is the ultimate in winter dress hats. It is extremely soft and warm, made from a longer cut genuine fur felt. With a nod to the Alpine origins of the fedora, the Hunter Mountain also features a rope band similar to a classic Tyrolean hat. Yet it is modern enough to look great with any top coat, as the temperature starts to dip.

To learn more about these hats or check out other classic fedoras, explore www.hats-plus.com.

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