If you get to thinkin’ you’re a person of some influence, try orderin’ somebody else’s dog around.
Q: Do you carry straw hats?
A: No. There’s a number of reasons we don’t. Straw hats were not worn by old west cowboys, they considered them peasant or farmer headware. Yes; in the deep south Plantation Owners did but that was generally before the cowboy era. Straw cowboy hats became popular starting in the 1920s with the advent of modern rodeo’s. Rodeo Cowboy’s didn’t want to trash their good fur felt hats so they started wearing straw cowboy hats, during the events, because they were cheap. Nothings changed – they still are. We make hats that last. And the last reason is we don’t find straw hats much cooler than a good beaver hat, and those popular Guatemalan leaf hats are such a tight weave they are really hot, and also heavy.
Our poster’s debuted on the web way back in 2002 and were some of the first old west posters available. You can find our posters all over the world, from restaurants to club houses to movie sets to barns and tack rooms.
Our paper is heavy 65 lb card stock, special ordered by the ream, and won’t get torn or blown off the hitching post! We don’t stain it to give it that aged look all our aging is done with graphics – making them crisp and clear.
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