One of my favorite magazines is “Cowboys and Indians”. This essential magazine just bursts with information that highlights the West, ranches, horses and the equestrian lifestyle with a unique approach.
Western Hats – Where do I Find?
There are no shortage of places to buy western hats, but in a recent article in
“Cowboys and Indians” they let out a secret that will interest all of you.
“Want to embody your cowboy icon? Tribal and Western Impressions can help you get your hero’s look from head to toe, starting, of course, with his signature hat. The Georgetown, Texas, trading post has an impressive collection of cowboy hats inspired by the West’s most memorable historic figures, silver screen stars, and modern-day lawmen — from Billy the Kid to Walt Longmire to The Duke himself. The store has even added a replica of the open brim black felt donned by Billy Jack, the half-Navajo war hero turned vigilante of the eponymous film series starring Tom Laughlin. To re-create the look of Laughlin’s most notable role, a 4X fur felt from Stetson’s American Buffalo “
I clicked on the link to Tribal and Western Impressions, and really enjoyed browsing and thinking about how hats, especially western hats, have inspired us not only in the movies, but in our day to day ranching and equestrian activities. What a rich history can be explored in just this one area of equestrian life.
How to Pick a Western Hat
So you think you’ll pick up a western hat for yourself, and now you are wondering what type of hat will look best on you, feel best on you, and generally make you the equestrian or rancher you want to be. Here’s a video from Boot Barn that may help.
You Have Your Western Hat | How about that Ranch or Equestrian Property?
It’s so easy, and in a moment you can start to just look through pictures of homes and equestrian properties you might just come to love. Just click right here on Equestrian Properties….and enjoy.