Leather hats have been popular in the fashion world for a long time now, and they continue to appear on runways and your favorite celebrities today. The reason for this is because they are crafted from the softest cowhides on the market and feature styles that never get old. There are so many different styles to choose from you are bound to find something that fits your own unique personality. You can easily mix and match hats with anything you can find in your closet to add a little extra flair to your own personal style.
All of the hats we offer are great to wear all year long and you don't have to worry about them getting damaged or wearing out any time soon because they are some of the highest-quality brands on the market. These big names include Stetson hats, Head N Home hats, Minnetonka, BC hats, Bullhide hats, Henchel hats, and Monte Carlo hats. They are top-of-the-line brands and you won't find a better selection or better prices anywhere else.
Leather hats do require some upkeep if you want to keep the shine and quality perfect. That doesn't mean you have to spend a lot of time on them just to keep them in good conditon, though. We want to make sure you get exactly what you are looking for, so here are some tips and tricks on maintaining your leather hats.
Hat Care Tips & Tricks
1. Do not store your hat on a surface that is right side up because this has a tendency to cause the brim to become flat. Be sure to store it upside down on a surface that you know is clean, or just keep it in a hat box.
2. In order to remove dirt out of a straw hat, just wip it with a clean, damp cloth. If you have a fur felt hat, then use a clean felt brush and ALWAYS brush counter-clockwise.
3. DO NOT ever allow your hat get close to any source of heat like the stove, your car windows, or a lamp. Any type of heat, or even perspiration, can cause the sweatband to shrink.
4. Whenever you hold on to or carry your hat, be sure to grab it by the brim. You do not want to handle the crown (the top of the hat) too often because this can damage it.
For help with any sizing questions, check out our hat size chart.