April 1, 2011 – The term “one-size-fits-all” has become commonplace, yet the result invariably seems to be “one-size-fits-none,” at least for most.

It brings to mind back when hats were sized for each head and didn’t have belt buckles or a plastic snaps in the back to “adjust the size.” In those days, it was possible to get a hat that fit well without needing any snapping adjustments.

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