Well the truth is I am not a fan of the Cowboys, but I do know how to choose a cowboy hat. When I was a small kid, about eight
or nine years old my folks took me to the small city close by and
we took my horse. I remember I had adjusted my father’s
saddle so I could get my feet I the stirrups. And, I had my
boots and cowboy hat with me. All I was missing was my
45. I had a play one.
How to choose a cowboy hat you know is good.
I hadn’t worn a cowboy hat for years then one day in Nebraska my
cousin and I were at an antique place that had everything
small. Now I didn’t know much abouthow to
choose a cowboy hat, but included in their inventory was
a black cowboy hat. After talking with the owner he reduced
it down to five dollars. Yes, it was a used hat, but was in
good shape. So I bought it with plans of selling it on
eBay. It was a wool hat and I shipped it off to my home in
Washington State. However, the more I thought about the hat
on my ride back from Nebraska on my motorcycle the more it stuck
in my mind I should keep it. The company that made it was
real — as I had looked it up on the internet. It was made
in the USA, not Mexico or China. After I got home I started
to study the hat and its value. I figured out, with a little
study,howto choose a cowboy hatto
know for sure if it was any good. Truth is, the hat sold new
for about $75. So it was a pretty good hat.