How to make your own clark hard hat

The new hard hats are here, and they are pretty hard.

I’m going to show you how.

This is a hard hat, and it’s a great look for a winter job interview.

The clarks have a black and gold design, and the buttons are all made from soft cotton.

The hard hat has a full-face brim, which is a bit unusual in the hard hat world.

This makes it a bit tricky to put on, but the clarks are pretty quick to put it on.

The soft cotton is soft and comfortable, and doesn’t stretch out like a lot of other hard hats.

It’s perfect for the winter season.

I’m sure I’m not the only person who loves the look of this new clark, but it’s not hard to make.

This is the hardest one I’ve ever made.

This looks fantastic in a winter interview.

The clarks use a special fabric to make the soft cotton in their hard hats, and I’m sure you will like the softness of the material.

This fabric is called wool, and you can buy it online, but I’ve found it to be the best fabric for hard hats in general. 

It doesn’t take much effort to get the fabric right, and most people will be happy with it.

The fabric has a really good texture, which makes it feel like it’s been used a lot.

I use the fabric in the lining of my hard hat for winter, and like the material it’s made from.

You can buy the fabric online, too, but if you’re a hard-hat shop owner, you can probably find the right fabric online.

Here’s what it looks like when I put it all on.

It looks great.

The first thing you need to do is find a good fabric for your hard hat. 

When it comes to hard hats I like to use the softest fabric I can find, but this will probably not be a problem for most people.

I prefer wool, which has a very soft feel, so it will look and feel great.

I also like cotton, because it feels soft and feels durable.

If you don’t have a soft fabric that you like, you could try one of the other fabrics I have listed. 

For a soft cotton hard hat that’s going to work for you, you will need to use a soft wool fabric. 

To find a fabric, go to your local Woolworths or your local clothing store, and check out the range of wool fabrics. 

I bought a bunch of cotton, and because of that, the fabric is very soft. 

After you find the soft fabric you like for your material, you need some cotton glue.

You could use regular household glue, but a good glue will keep the fabric from slipping. 

If you don�t have a good cotton glue, try rubbing it onto a scrap of fabric, or you could buy some of the glue online. 

Once you have a fabric you really like, take the fabric you want to glue onto the hard fabric.

You can glue the two together, or glue them together on the side of the hard shell, or on the back. It doesn�t matter which way you glue it, you want the fabric to stay together and look good.

You can glue it in the middle of the shell.

You don�traditionally glue them on the sides of the shells.

I like it this way because the fabric on the front is a little thinner than the fabric behind it, which means it will be easier to glue the fabric at the front. 

The glue you use depends on the materials you use. 

A lot of people glue their soft fabrics onto their hard shells, so I like using cotton glue because it will stick to the fabric better. 

Here is what the soft cloth looks like after glueing it onto the shell: Here is how it looks after glueed onto the back: Once you glue everything together, you have your hard shell. 

Now, what to do with your hard shells.

To glue them to the shell, I like wrapping them in tape and then putting them in the freezer for an hour or two.

Then I put them back in the warmer room for an extra hour.

I don�m a big fan of putting the hard shells in the fridge, because if they start to melt, you won�t be able to glue them back together.

Another way to glue your hard hats is to put the hard hats inside a warm bathtub.

The hard hats will keep their shape as they cool, but you can easily make a second hard hat from the soft fleece to put inside the tub. 

Another way is to glue some fabric to the inside of the tub, like I did with the hard, soft, and cotton hard hats to make my second hard shell: