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The guy who fires the big gun on the Death Star

Seems like bucket hat sightings are becoming more frequent. They’ve been a thing for some time – as regular readers will be more than aware. At least they have in my self-indulgent world. Appears they’re spilling into the actual world. For me though (and we’re getting into bucketary specifics here) the  old-school, pyramidal shape – as ‘busted’ by LL Cool J et al – is not the vibe – contrary to the Sunday supplements and other late comers. The vibe is in fact, a more Japanesey, floppy affair as mastered by The Superior Labor. Re-issued Filas don’t cut it round these parts.

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I can excuse the vaguely pyramidal shape of this Sasquatchfabrix hat though. I mean, look at it. There’s no way you’d mistake this for some 90s-glancing wannabe. I’ll all about that bonkers-ass check and the killer detail? Check the needle logo with the cast off stitching hanging off. That’s some sanity right there.

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I’d say just buy this magnificence. But every time I buy a hat online, without trying it on beforehand, I end up looking like the guy who fires the big gun on the Death Star. Buckets are often much more massive than you expect, and sticky-uppy, and baggy, and just rank stupidness. But if you still haven’t got one, buy this one quick and just ignore everything in the preceding sentence.

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