I'm new and just posted in the New Members subforum yesterday. This post is about an "interesting" hat I stumbled across on eBay (its new). This is absolutely not why I am getting into hats, but it has a slightly interesting history, so here goes. The hat is a "Dodgers" hat and I'm a fan (yeh, I heard you not all are!). After I noticed it and being a newly hat person, I started researching. I live and grew up in L.A. There always was and of course still is a large Mexican population, in my younger years more just indigenous rather than recent immigrants. And "East L.A." was the area most known for Mexican families, still is for the most part. So in or about 1932, Frank (of Frank's Hats) invented what is called the "lowrider hat". Still popular with the Mexican crowd, especially those with lowriders (typically highly restored 50's-60's American cars, but lowered a bunch). Never ever even thought about it, but in retrospect it is a look I've seen around for a long time. Frank's Hats is still around and still making tons of these hats, as a small "family" operation, now called "Frank's Hats Garcia Hats" (I think they merged with Garcia along the way. Their website is: https://www.frankshatsgarciahats.com/ I am not expecting you to all rush out and buy some lowrider hats, in fact not at all. Just found the history a little interesting. I'll wear mine if I go to a Dodger game (not very often these days) or maybe if they are in the playoffs. Pics of mine above.