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Hat that won't blow off

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Old August 22nd 19, 11:32 PM posted to rec.autos.makers.mazda.miata
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Default Hat that won't blow off

On Tuesday, April 10, 2007 at 9:40:32 AM UTC-7, Iva wrote:
> Lobster Picnic wrote:
> <snippage>
> > Anyway, I'm planning a long trip this summer which will involve
> > a lot of 80 MPH highway driving. Anybody have a suggestion for
> > headgear that:
> >
> > A - does not look colossally stupid
> >
> > and
> >
> > B - absolutely will not blow off
> >
> > Thanks!

> I still haven't found a hat that fits both of those and I've had Belle
> for 12 years. And a *lot* of hats.
> The one thing that I found that does help is a piece of cord with
> alligator clips on both ends - one end attaches to the hat, the other
> to your shirt. That way if the hat does fly off, at least it's still
> in your car and not on the road.
> Let me know if you find something!
> Iva & Belle.)
> '90B Classic Red.)
> #3 winkin' Miata


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