History of the Stetson Temple
While it is inspired by the 1930s and 1940s eras, a time when hats were a must for any respectable individual, the Stetson Temple draws its name from a more recent event.
In the 1984 Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, Harrison Ford wore a version of this fedora, making Temple its official name from then on. This hat was also a favourite of FBI’s own Eliot Ness.
The Stetson Temple is made of fur felt, giving it a long lifespan and increased weather resistance. It features a 4 ½” pinch front crown decorated with a wide grosgrain ribbon and elegant feather and a wide, 2 ⅝” brim.
The Temple is finished with a leather sweatband and satin liner for optimal comfort.
- Handmade in Garland, Texas
- Fur Felt
- Crown: Pinch Front, 11,5 cm (4 ½”)
- Brim: Classic, 7 cm (2 ⅝”)
- Grosgrain Ribbon
- Decorative Feather
- Leather Sweatband
How to Care for my Stetson Temple?
Use a horsehair bristle hat brush to dust your fur felt hat. Use short, vigorous strokes, brushing in a counterclockwise fashion.
For a rich silk finish, use a jet of steam to slightly coat your hat and brush your hat with soft, long strokes.
Make a habit of handling your hat by its brim, rather than pinching the crown. This way, your hat will look good and sharp for a much longer time.
Cleaning my Stetson Temple
The cleaning and reblocking of a felt hat requires skill and patience. The Henri Henri hat store offers the most comprehensive hat cleaning and reblocking service and Canada.
We strongly advise that you only deal with professional hatters for cleaning and reblocking, once every year or two.
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