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Covey
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I’ve had one for couple years now. You wear one enough, they just kinda form to your head. Awesome, warm hats! I do need to turn mine around to shoot, but that’s not a problem.
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BUCK-EYE
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i bought one a few years ago from the factory in Ironwood. We where on our annual hunt in the U P and made the trip west. I love the it, I wear it for hunting and around the house in the winter. i have to turn it backwards when shooting.
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Ron LaClair
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I've been wearing Stormy Kromers for years, in fact at one time I sold them in my shop. I've got a big noggin and Kromers go as big as an 8 size.... Great cap

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JusAGuy
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Ron are you sportin' a new wooly design there?

I've not seen that one on your site...(or Fred's either for that matter).

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Ron LaClair
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Ron are you sportin' a new wooly design there?
I'm wearing the new Asbell wool bibs and zippered jacket. The jacket also has a hood. The gray wool matches the gray in my Stormy Kromer.

Teresa hasn't got that picture on her website because she said she hasn't got the jacket ready to go yet.

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BAK
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I love the hats, just not for shooting as I always hit the bill with the string. Wish they made an archers version, thought they did at one time.

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Overspined
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If you think you like the Kromer try a Two Tracks Coups cap. I’d never go back. Soft brim, amazing pure soft virgin wool that controls moisture and can battle the elements. https://i.imgur.com/LND9pQQ.jpg
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antler chaser
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really cool hats wear mine a lot,I have no problem shooting,they make a rancher warmer and with longer ear flaps I believe? and check out there warranty.
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doubleo
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I have a couple of Kromer hats. Shot a buck the first time in a new stand wearing one of my Kromers.You can guess what I named the stand! Nice warm hats that look pretty cool! [thumbsup]

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I also love my Two Tracks wool coups cap!!

https://imgur.com/Fyw4PXN

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BAK
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Two Tracks !!! Who can afford $75 for a hat? Probably the same folks who buy Yeti coolers I guess.

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Burnsie
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I prefer the Coups Cap

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