Yes, I'd be interested.
No thanks. I have enough hats
I'd be intrested, but I'm outside North America. It will require a higher freight charge.
Other, here is my comment.
Like to see a camo version, Chris. I'd buy a camo'd cap.
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Very cool!!! Can't wait to get mine
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I want mine now! And I personally love the RTF logo, black color and all wouldnt change a thing.
Chris send me 3 !!!!!!!
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I voted yes.
I am guessing you will sell out, and will then get some of the other options, like camo, pink, dark green, etc.
I personally don't care for white linings, but, only cause it ends up brown rimmed, and a thumb area out on the bill.... Just a dirty old man, I guess...
Well, this started off as a really interesting thread. Too bad we couldn't keep it that way. (Rick_C 2009, Classic RTF)
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I have credited Stan B, aka "Road Kill" with the idea for the hat design. Now that I go back and re-read the thread, I realize I may have been off a little.
The fact is that this handler's cap was indeed an artistic interpretation of a hat that may somewhat resemble that of another institution not known for retrievers.
I'd suggest NOT wearing an RTF hat into a late night party in an area not populated with retriever folk....
It looks like if the response is serious, I may need to ask David to make me another run of caps!
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