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  1. TopFH

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    I am in need for a new hat. I use the Federer Hybrid hats, but they are not to good in sweat management. Since I could never find a GHOAT, which is the best?
     
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    This one will help keep you cool in the summer heat and prevent sunburn:

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  4. TopFH

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    Where can I get one? I need to steal a bank...
     
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    That pic never gets old
     
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    It's a Klassic I just have to bring out in new hat threads. :)
     
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    I found an adidas hat like this that is amazing at sweat absorption as well!! It fits perfectly on my small head, and I took it out of the washing machine and it was already dry, which i thought was very impressive.
     
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    use adidas climacool with the flex fit in them, they are awesome
     
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    Have those been outlawed in France?

    To me, the best hats are plain old cotton.
     
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    You know what's funny, I was about to say the same thing!

    Yes they have, much to the displeasure of many. I'm not sure I disagree with them but I do however think the French government is quite corurpt for a Western European country.
     
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    the one with a flex or flex fit whatever they call it is way better at sweat absorption and comfier
     
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  18. aweil

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    then you buy the right size to begin with stretch hats are way more comfortable
     
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    I would tend to agree in general, but not with this cap. It's absurdly light, very cool, it doesn't go drippy on me after two sets in major humidity, and it stays on my head perfectly without squeezing me until I get a headache (which is what normally happens with flex-fit caps for me). I have both the adiZero cap and the Grand Slam caps, and, for me, the adiZero is the winner.
     
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  21. rovex

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    All I'm saying is take extra precaution before you bite the bullet on those stretch hats otherwise it may turn into a customer service headache.

    TW offer a Velcro version of the adizero hat, much safer bet all things considered

    http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/viewlarge.html?pcode=AMAZHAT

    Aweil, how do you know what size you require? Small/medium and medium/large is rather vague and could quite easily make a mistake.
     
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  22. adidasman

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    Both are great caps - you won't go wrong either way. I like the stretch version better, personally; it's lighter and really comfy. But I have both and like both. (I'm a size 7 1/2 and I got the L/XL stretch fit cap.)
     
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