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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by gitold, Oct 12, 2017.
should add a "do you ever wear it"
To quote Lyle Lovett, I ain't never been no cowboy.
The hat makes me look like a mushroom.
I can't hang.
I have a Minnetonka "outback" hat.
Close enough, so I said yes.
But I haven't worn it in years.
Cream Resistol 4X. Montana brim, horsehair band.
Part of the stage attire for "The Galilee Three". I'm the guy on the left playing harp.
No hat, all cattle.
Not since I was 6. I also had a double holster-mattel six gun set that had spring loaded bullets and caps.
No, the only costume head wear I have is a Fez that came from Algeria in 1927.
I remember as a little kid my grandfather Ben would take me and my brother to town when spring had finally broke. We'd get a real barber shop haircut and a new straw hat, maybe boots too at Slade's Sale Shop.
Always a lunch at the Kincaid where we were cautioned to watch our dirty mouths. It was tradition.
I tried the same with my son but skateboarders don't really cotton to this stuff.
So yeah, no, I'm not a cowboy but i wear my hat and go thru this ritual as a rebirth of Spring.
Sorry, TMI, but y'all asked.
I have one that's made out of suede, which in retrospect, seems to be just about the worst possible thing to make a cowboy hat out of... I haven't worn it in years, because it got wet and shrank.
Because I'm a bald guy, I wear hats pretty often, but these days it's usually an Oregon Ducks baseball cap or a Tilley with a fairly wide brim--need a brim to keep my glasses out of the rain.
2 Stetsons, a straw and a felt. Wear em both often. Straw in summer, felt in winter.
Yes. A leather one that is labeled a Wagga Wagga, from Aussi Outback (actually made in Oxford PA). Wear it every day.
Yes it goes well with my chaps and thong.
3. Old straw camping hat, white straw Stetson (that I've misplaced) from when I was in a western swing band and my favorite, a brown felt crushable.
I never wear hats.
It's like putting a tarp on the lawn.
When it gets really cold maybe I break out a wool cap.
I used to have cowboy boots. Then I got a car.
You can't drive in those things.
I;d look stupid driving a Honda Civic in a Cowboy hat. Stupider anyway.
No hats here, except fleece below 20F.
Yes, one nice one hand shaped in Fort Worth, Texas and an inexpensive Stetson that fits my large head that I wear in winter. It looks good.
No. I'm not from Alberta.