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    Quote Originally Posted by militarymoron View Post
    the 215gear blended hat has become my fave for hot weather - the mesh panels in the back provide more ventilation than a solid fabric hat.
    I used to wear, almost exclusively, an SKDTac hat, but I received my 215Gear blended hat from Grey Group about a week ago and it is quickly becoming my favorite for the same reasons as MM stated.

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    Boonie or cowboy hat for me, thanks. Baseball caps are for baseball players and frat boys. Yeah, I said it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VHinch View Post
    My current favorite is the EOTAC Range Cap. Lightweight, no button, and fits like it was molded for my head.
    I have one of those, a Morrigan Consulting branded one I got in a Bill Jeans class. I really want to like the hat, and even like Bill's logo, but the front headband inside the bill keeps wandering around and it winds up looking like I'm wearing a 1980's style headband under the hat. I also haven't been able to get the bill to take a curve the way I like. I crush the shit out of it, it stays for a while as I'm wearing it, but next time I go to put the hat on it's flattened back out to the original shape again.

    Lots of potential there though, and if these two issues were fixed, or even just the sweatband issue, I'd wear it a hell of a lot more often.

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    the hat that stays glued on my head unless I am sleeping, at the dinner table or in a building that doesn't allow hats would be my BCM hat with the subdued flag on the front. It's thin without being flimsy, lightweight, and the most comfy ball cap I have ever owned.
    "Doc, can you check out this thing I got?"
    -Every Marine, ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by subzero
    I've been wearing the Daniel Defense hat quite a bit. It's pretty neutral and has no button on top for my ear pro to mash into my skull.

    Mike

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    For those that have hats with buttons you know you can pry the button off with a small screwdriver without screwing anything up right? The buttons are just decoration they serve no structual puprose.

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    I've got a couple of Larue Tactical hats (does anyone NOT have at least one of those?) that work well. I wear the black one more than the tan one, but both have a light enough (but strong enough) weave to breathe, yet hold up well for the long term.

    My favorite hat is the "Major League Infidel" hat that I received from Crye Precision. Well made, velcro where you want it (patch on the top of the crown, double strip in the back on the adjustment strap), and also has held up well.

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