23 thoughts on “COWBOY HATS

  1. Anonymous says:

    Not a cowboy hat but I got a stetson as Christmas gift and so far only got compliments. Now I don’t like compliments nor remarks, ehether positive or negative, about how I dress so that’s put me off of wearing the hat as much as I’d like to.
    I’m guessing it’d be worse if it was a proper cowboy hat. Odds are that outside of specific places in the US, wearing obecwill make you "that guy".

    • Anonymous says:

      I guess you can’t beat a Stetson; the shit’s worth its salt. I’ve noticed, though, that a lot of people can’t mix a proper hat with everyday clothes. It’s always either something summer-esque or edgy.

  2. Anonymous says:

    >it always seems off when someone wears one, and attracts unwanted attention, including cringey remarks
    because you’re cringe, the hat doesn’t make a difference

  3. Anonymous says:

    Looks fine, but you MUST be tall to wear one. Obviously tall men always look better all else being equal but a manlet in a cowboy hat looks comical.

  4. Sage says:

    I live in the American south, but in a mid sized city. It’s not particularly common, but no one really particularly notices either.
    Where can I get a tunnel hebrew hat? I am completely serious here. So many hebrews wear them, so they can’t be that hard to find. I just get costume stuff when I try to Google it
    >hebrew cowboy hat

  5. Anonymous says:

    I’m from a small town in Texas, you usually only wear cowboy hats if you’re actually involved in any sort of agriculture or special occasions (county fair, rodeos, weddings, funerals, etc.).
    If you’re not from the country or never worked in ag, please don’t, you’re gonna be laughed at.

    • Anonymous says:

      >If you’re not from the country or never worked in ag, please don’t, you’re gonna be laughed at.

      I live in Dallas and you wouldn’t get laughed at anywhere. Plenty of city slickers dress like that, it’s the Southwestern style, and we still have a few SW clothing and boot makers still producing in the state.

    • Anonymous says:

      Out of curiosuty, is OP’s picture considered a cowboy hat, or a "commercial" cowboy hat? Real cowboy hats seem much bigger and curvier, if you know what I mean.

      • Anonymous says:

        There’s a lot of different styles of cowboy hats, the one that everyone is familiar/the one you’re describing is the cattleman’s. Chances are OP’s pic is from Stetson, just not a cattleman.

      • Anonymous says:

        https://i.imgur.com/2My7GBV.jpg

        what’s the view on cowboy hats in your country? /fashion/ or cringe?

        From my experience, it always seems off when someone wears one, and attracts unwanted attention, including cringey remarks

        SD county, they’re usually used by men in their 50s, or men of all ages at social functions, very popular among women too. I only ever remember people being unkind towards people who wore cowboy hats when I was in highschool.

  6. Anonymous says:

    I wear cowboy/packer boots a lot and frequently wear a plate buckle belt. I’ve wanted a Stetson/Resistol cowboy hat for years but it always feels like a cowboy hat is the point where the whole vibe crosses over into ‘costume’ territory.

    • Anonymous says:

      Nice dubs. I think it depends when and where you want to wear the hat. If it’s, say, a trip into the forest, it’s fine. It’s not okay if you want to go to the office in one.

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