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In most Yeshivish circles (and Chabad Hasidim), a black snap-brim fedora is worn. Usually it is a Borsalino, but not always. Could someone recommend a place online where I could get one or one like it for a relatively cheap price? Preferably under $200 or so.


Update:

I ended up purchasing from [Yeshivish Hats][2]Yeshivish Hats, and I must say that I am extremely impressed with the quality of the product. It is literally identical to the Borsolinos, except they're made by a Ben Torah instead of some Italian company.

I received the hat this past Shabbos ([itit was so hard to wait!][3]) and opened it after Havdalah and I was immediately impressed. The hat was packed very nicely, to ensure that it would not become damaged during transit from Greece, NY to my humble home in West Texas. Included with the hat was a plastic cup and fridge magnet, both with their logo on it (so you're drinks and fridge can be Yeshivish too). I was expecting to have to take the hat to a local hat shop to get the brim shaped, but actually it snapped straight into the famous down-turn when I pulled on the brim!

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In most Yeshivish circles (and Chabad Hasidim), a black snap-brim fedora is worn. Usually it is a Borsalino, but not always. Could someone recommend a place online where I could get one or one like it for a relatively cheap price? Preferably under $200 or so.


Update:

I ended up purchasing from [Yeshivish Hats][2], and I must say that I am extremely impressed with the quality of the product. It is literally identical to the Borsolinos, except they're made by a Ben Torah instead of some Italian company.

I received the hat this past Shabbos ([it was so hard to wait!][3]) and opened it after Havdalah and I was immediately impressed. The hat was packed very nicely, to ensure that it would not become damaged during transit from Greece, NY to my humble home in West Texas. Included with the hat was a plastic cup and fridge magnet, both with their logo on it (so you're drinks and fridge can be Yeshivish too). I was expecting to have to take the hat to a local hat shop to get the brim shaped, but actually it snapped straight into the famous down-turn when I pulled on the brim!

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In most Yeshivish circles (and Chabad Hasidim), a black snap-brim fedora is worn. Usually it is a Borsalino, but not always. Could someone recommend a place online where I could get one or one like it for a relatively cheap price? Preferably under $200 or so.


Update:

I ended up purchasing from Yeshivish Hats, and I must say that I am extremely impressed with the quality of the product. It is literally identical to the Borsolinos, except they're made by a Ben Torah instead of some Italian company.

I received the hat this past Shabbos (it was so hard to wait!) and opened it after Havdalah and I was immediately impressed. The hat was packed very nicely, to ensure that it would not become damaged during transit from Greece, NY to my humble home in West Texas. Included with the hat was a plastic cup and fridge magnet, both with their logo on it (so you're drinks and fridge can be Yeshivish too). I was expecting to have to take the hat to a local hat shop to get the brim shaped, but actually it snapped straight into the famous down-turn when I pulled on the brim!

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In most YeshivishYeshivish circles (and Chabad Hasidim), a black snap-brim fedora is worn. Usually it is a Borsalino, but not always. Could someone recommend a place online where I could get one or one like it for a relatively cheap price? Preferably under $200 or so.


Update:

I ended up purchasing from Yeshivish Hats[Yeshivish Hats][2], and I must say that I am extremely impressed with the quality of the product. It is literally identical to the Borsolinos, except they're made by a Ben Torah instead of some Italian company.

I received the hat this past Shabbos (it was so hard to wait![it was so hard to wait!][3]) and opened it after Havdalah and I was immediately impressed. The hat was packed very nicely, to ensure that it would not become damaged during transit from Greece, NY to my humble home in West Texas. Included with the hat was a plastic cup and fridge magnet, both with their logo on it (so you're drinks and fridge can be Yeshivish too). I was expecting to have to take the hat to a local hat shop to get the brim shaped, but actually it snapped straight into the famous down-turn when I pulled on the brim!

Here are some pictures of the hat:enter image description hereenter image description hereenter image description hereenter image description hereenter image description hereenter image description here

The hat also came with a red feather to put into the ribbon, but I took mine out. But it might work for those who want to look "hipster."

I don't generally like posting photos of myself online, but oh well:enter image description hereenter image description here

I didn't really want everyone on this site to see how old I actually was, but I figured it would come out soon enough that I am only sixteen. :) By the way, do you like my household's Beis HaMikdash wall? :) :) :) enter image description here

In most Yeshivish circles (and Chabad Hasidim), a black snap-brim fedora is worn. Usually it is a Borsalino, but not always. Could someone recommend a place online where I could get one or one like it for a relatively cheap price? Preferably under $200 or so.


Update:

I ended up purchasing from Yeshivish Hats, and I must say that I am extremely impressed with the quality of the product. It is literally identical to the Borsolinos, except they're made by a Ben Torah instead of some Italian company.

I received the hat this past Shabbos (it was so hard to wait!) and opened it after Havdalah and I was immediately impressed. The hat was packed very nicely, to ensure that it would not become damaged during transit from Greece, NY to my humble home in West Texas. Included with the hat was a plastic cup and fridge magnet, both with their logo on it (so you're drinks and fridge can be Yeshivish too). I was expecting to have to take the hat to a local hat shop to get the brim shaped, but actually it snapped straight into the famous down-turn when I pulled on the brim!

Here are some pictures of the hat:enter image description hereenter image description hereenter image description hereenter image description hereenter image description hereenter image description here

The hat also came with a red feather to put into the ribbon, but I took mine out. But it might work for those who want to look "hipster."

I don't generally like posting photos of myself online, but oh well:enter image description hereenter image description here

I didn't really want everyone on this site to see how old I actually was, but I figured it would come out soon enough that I am only sixteen. :) By the way, do you like my household's Beis HaMikdash wall? :) :) :)

In most Yeshivish circles (and Chabad Hasidim), a black snap-brim fedora is worn. Usually it is a Borsalino, but not always. Could someone recommend a place online where I could get one or one like it for a relatively cheap price? Preferably under $200 or so.


Update:

I ended up purchasing from [Yeshivish Hats][2], and I must say that I am extremely impressed with the quality of the product. It is literally identical to the Borsolinos, except they're made by a Ben Torah instead of some Italian company.

I received the hat this past Shabbos ([it was so hard to wait!][3]) and opened it after Havdalah and I was immediately impressed. The hat was packed very nicely, to ensure that it would not become damaged during transit from Greece, NY to my humble home in West Texas. Included with the hat was a plastic cup and fridge magnet, both with their logo on it (so you're drinks and fridge can be Yeshivish too). I was expecting to have to take the hat to a local hat shop to get the brim shaped, but actually it snapped straight into the famous down-turn when I pulled on the brim!

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In most Yeshivish circles (and Chabad Hasidim), a black snap-brim fedora is worn. Usually it is a Borsalino, but not always. Could someone recommend a place online where I could get one or one like it for a relatively cheap price? Preferably under $200 or so.

 

Update: I purchased the hat from the Yeshivish Hat Company and just received it this Motzei Shabbos. It is great! Pictures to follow. Just want to say now that the felt is firm, and the hat has a great fit, and it looks identical to any high-price Borsalino. Now it just needs to get past the longevity test. I will b'ezras Hashem post some pictures bli neder sometime this week. By the way, they also included a free fridge magnet and plastic cup!enter image description here

I ended up purchasing from Yeshivish Hats, and I must say that I am extremely impressed with the quality of the product. It is literally identical to the Borsolinos, except they're made by a Ben Torah instead of some Italian company.

I received the hat this past Shabbos (it was so hard to wait!) and opened it after Havdalah and I was immediately impressed. The hat was packed very nicely, to ensure that it would not become damaged during transit from Greece, NY to my humble home in West Texas. Included with the hat was a plastic cup and fridge magnet, both with their logo on it (so you're drinks and fridge can be Yeshivish too). I was expecting to have to take the hat to a local hat shop to get the brim shaped, but actually it snapped straight into the famous down-turn when I pulled on the brim!

Here are some pictures of the hat:enter image description hereenter image description hereenter image description hereenter image description hereenter image description hereenter image description here

The hat also came with a red feather to put into the ribbon, but I took mine out. But it might work for those who want to look "hipster."

I don't generally like posting photos of myself online, but oh well:enter image description hereenter image description here

I didn't really want everyone on this site to see how old I actually was, but I figured it would come out soon enough that I am only sixteen. :) By the way, do you like my household's Beis HaMikdash wall? :) :) :)

In most Yeshivish circles (and Chabad Hasidim), a black snap-brim fedora is worn. Usually it is a Borsalino, but not always. Could someone recommend a place online where I could get one or one like it for a relatively cheap price? Preferably under $200 or so.

Update: I purchased the hat from the Yeshivish Hat Company and just received it this Motzei Shabbos. It is great! Pictures to follow. Just want to say now that the felt is firm, and the hat has a great fit, and it looks identical to any high-price Borsalino. Now it just needs to get past the longevity test. I will b'ezras Hashem post some pictures bli neder sometime this week. By the way, they also included a free fridge magnet and plastic cup!enter image description here

In most Yeshivish circles (and Chabad Hasidim), a black snap-brim fedora is worn. Usually it is a Borsalino, but not always. Could someone recommend a place online where I could get one or one like it for a relatively cheap price? Preferably under $200 or so.

 

Update:

I ended up purchasing from Yeshivish Hats, and I must say that I am extremely impressed with the quality of the product. It is literally identical to the Borsolinos, except they're made by a Ben Torah instead of some Italian company.

I received the hat this past Shabbos (it was so hard to wait!) and opened it after Havdalah and I was immediately impressed. The hat was packed very nicely, to ensure that it would not become damaged during transit from Greece, NY to my humble home in West Texas. Included with the hat was a plastic cup and fridge magnet, both with their logo on it (so you're drinks and fridge can be Yeshivish too). I was expecting to have to take the hat to a local hat shop to get the brim shaped, but actually it snapped straight into the famous down-turn when I pulled on the brim!

Here are some pictures of the hat:enter image description hereenter image description hereenter image description hereenter image description hereenter image description hereenter image description here

The hat also came with a red feather to put into the ribbon, but I took mine out. But it might work for those who want to look "hipster."

I don't generally like posting photos of myself online, but oh well:enter image description hereenter image description here

I didn't really want everyone on this site to see how old I actually was, but I figured it would come out soon enough that I am only sixteen. :) By the way, do you like my household's Beis HaMikdash wall? :) :) :)

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