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    Dress hat

    Thanks for the tip. I was thinking of a summer dress hat use as well. I haven't been on a horse and/or worked cattle in 30 years, but I do drive my Jeep with the window down Ron

    Quote Originally Posted by Bud-n-Texas
    It is a very good hat for what it was designed for. The sweat is intended to stick and that is just what it does. When cutting cattle it wont come off, the flip side, is that it is kind of tacky and not as comfortable as a regular leather sweat. I originally bought it as a dress hat, now I have a Black Gold Straw for dress and use this hat when I need it to stay put. Both are great hats, just made with differing applications in mind. Hope this helps.
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    Bud, Thanks for the info about a sweat band designed to "stick." That could be quite useful!

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    Nice hats!

    Thanks for sharing the pictures guys. Havana, as I said over at Indylounge, I really like that cattleman. It's funny this thread came up because I have to attend a "Cowboy" Christmas party tonight and I don't own a stitch of Western wear. Too bad I didn't order that cattleman when I first saw Havana's. At least I'd have a darn hat!

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    Western wear

    In CO... Can't be more than a trip the store... Stock up for next year.. Ron

    Quote Originally Posted by PastimeSteve
    Thanks for sharing the pictures guys. Havana, as I said over at Indylounge, I really like that cattleman. It's funny this thread came up because I have to attend a "Cowboy" Christmas party tonight and I don't own a stitch of Western wear. Too bad I didn't order that cattleman when I first saw Havana's. At least I'd have a darn hat!

    Steve
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    Black Gold

    Where did you pick up the "Black Gold"? I'll be driving through your "Great State of Texas" in a couple of weeks.. Ron



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    Thanks for all the positive comments, guys. I'm loving this thread. So many great hats!
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    My "Tom Harte" hat. The brim is turned up much more now than in these photos.



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    Quote Originally Posted by PastimeSteve
    Thanks for sharing the pictures guys. Havana, as I said over at Indylounge, I really like that cattleman. It's funny this thread came up because I have to attend a "Cowboy" Christmas party tonight and I don't own a stitch of Western wear. Too bad I didn't order that cattleman when I first saw Havana's. At least I'd have a darn hat!

    Steve
    The Denver area is full of western wear. I lived ther from 87 until 95 and never found a shortage. Shepplers is a starting point, my favorite is just outside of Aurora, Lancaster's on Colfax is tops. When the National Western is in town, deals can be found at the show.
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    The Black Gold was a gift
    A search turned this up Cavenders has a sale going on them


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    Yes

    Yes.. I have it open on my monitor now and my finger is on the mouse. Problem is, I've also had Rodney Allison's site open all week. I'm really itching for a custom 100X cattleman with a ranch brim
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bud-n-Texas
    The Black Gold was a gift
    A search turned this up Cavenders has a sale going on them


    http://www.cavenders.com/product.asp...pf_id=R9287BLG
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