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Embrace the West with Cowboy Hats for Men
Hats.com brings you a selection of cowboy hats in multiple styles, colors, sizes, and brands like Bailey Western to suit your unique look. We’ve got western hats for men who work every day on the ranch, as well as guys who love donning the western look on weekend nights on the town. Explore our styles to find the western hat that’s right for you today.
Unique Hats for Every Look
From basic to fancy bull-rider hats, rodeo models, flat-brim hats, and open-crown hats, we have the right hats for your needs at the right price. These trendy hats make a statement and offer great protection against the elements. Enjoy an extra degree of refinement and comfort with the reliable functionality in our cowboy hats for men.
Interested in a different look? Check out our complete selection of hats for men — we’ve got what you’re looking for.
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Whether you want a flexible and breathable western hat to keep you cool in the summer, a comfortable cowboy hat for working in the yard, or a rugged cowboy hat for driving the cattle in, you can find it in our collection online.
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Frequently Asked Questions
1. What types of materials are used in western hats for men?
At Hats.com, you can find western-style hats crafted with fur felt, straw, wool, and other high-quality materials.
2. What makes cowboy hats for men so distinct?
These classic hats are often associated with working cowboys, including cattle ranchers. Their unique features include their high crowns and their wide, slightly curved brims. A “cattleman’s crease” is also present in the crown’s center, and two creases are located on the hat’s sides. This crease was initially created to distinguish employed cowboys from rodeo riders, who ranch owners didn’t want to associate themselves with. In fact, different creases were associated with different ranches and cowboy communities to distinguish themselves.
The rest of the hat is designed for functionality. The bigger crown allowed a cowboy to pull his hat down farther over his head so that it wouldn’t fall off while riding. The hat’s wide brim is helpful for keeping sunshine off of your eyes.
3. What do various cowboy hat hues mean?
Historically, hues were just a matter of personal preference. However, in western films produced between the 1920s and 1940s, the good guys wore white hats and the bad guys wore black ones. Nowadays, hat designers make cowboy hats for men in a diverse range of colors! You can enjoy hat colors ranging from pecan to cranberry.