Scouts-L Mail Archive for April of 1999: Re: Fur Felt vs Wool Felt?
Re: Fur Felt vs Wool Felt?
Jim Miller Sr.
Mon, 5 Apr 1999 10:07:24 -0400
I wasn't the one who posted the original message, but here's the
location your looking for:
Once there, click on "Catalog", then "membership"; then the dot next to
"Scout uniform garments". Page down, and you will find them. Sizes are
metric, and prices are in Euro currency. You'll find currency
converters by searching the net elsewhere.
I recently, ordered a couple of items from them by FAX since the secure
server wasn't working at the time. The items arrived today, about two
weeks later, which isn't bad for normal delivery from France.
Hope that helps.
Jim Miller, Sr.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Allen P Sterk [SMTP:asterk@GENERALFOAM.COM]
> Sent: Monday, April 05, 1999 9:41 AM
> To: SCOUTS-L@LISTSERV.TCU.EDU
> Subject: Re: Fur Felt vs Wool Felt?
> Fur felt is far superior. This is what all original hats were made of
> and the
> highest quality western hats are still made from it. You will notice
> that they
> are graded 3x-4x-5x. The higher number of x's indicates a thicker hat
> blank to
> begin with. I would love to know the address of the source you found
> for those
> Best Regards and
> Keep your head dry
> Allen Sterk
> Troop 132
> Old Tappan NJ
> Ogden Rogers, Ph.D. wrote:
> > Dear Scouts-L:
> > Any of you folks know the difference between wool felt vs fur felt?
> > wearability, durability, hot/cold etc... I was traveling the web the
> > night and saw that the World Scouting Org sells campaign hats in
> > different colors, and the hats come in two different felts. Any
> > Ogden Rogers Tr. 549 River Falls, Wi