Hat Bands by American Hat Makers
Hat Bands for Hat Lovers
Buy A Designer Hat Band and Elevate Your Style
Add a custom flair to our premium, handcrafted hats with a quality hat band. After you shop all our hats and find your lifelong adventure companion, our collection of luxury hat bands will add a beautiful individual style to your look, with just one hat. Or if you ever lose your favorite hat band we have a whole selection of replacement hat bands.
These hat bands are made of high-quality materials handcrafted by expert artisans. Cowboy hat bands add a unique touch to a classic style, leather hat bands can turn any modern hat into a rustic statement piece, and fedora hat bands can help you make this iconic silhouette your own with extra flair. We also have hat bands for straw hats. No matter what your preference is, an American Hat Makers hat band will fit your style whether it be a horse hair hat band or rattlesnake hat band or whatever would be in between that.
•Leather I Horsehair I Beaded•
Cowboy Hat Bands
You can elevate a beloved cowboy hat to new heights with a cowboy hat band. The western hat band we have for sale are made of classic materials like horsehair and leather. Rustic in nature and designed with a modern flair, these stylish additions are sure to make you stand out from the crowd. Sometimes a cowboy hat feather band is just what you need to go from 0-100 in style factor.
•Skull Hat Bands I Leather Bands I Concho Bands•
Top Hat Hat Bands
A plain top hat is a perfect canvas for self-expression. Our designer hat bands add stunning expression to this classic shape. Take your top hat from simple to classy, to spooky, to patriotic in a matter of moments by swapping your hat bands based on the occasion (or your mood!). Looking for a badass look, try one of the concho hat bands and become the head honcho of any occasion.
•Eastern Diamond Rattlesnake•
The Rattlesnake Band
Sourced in the Eastern USA
You can’t beat the authenticity of an Eastern Diamond Rattlesnake hat band, sourced from its native habitat.
Perfectly Preserved Snake Heads
Our rattlesnake hat bands feature snake heads with the fangs still intact for maximum style effect.
Thoughtfully Designed and Carefully Sized
Our rattlesnake bands will fit most hats, so you can mix and match with your favorite styles.
Finished With Deerskin Leather
Our designers finished the rattlesnake hat band with soft, black deer leather to provide a striking contrast.
•Real Snakeskin I Real Snake Bones•
Rattlesnake Hat Bands
Snakes have been both adored and feared the world over. And nothing makes a bolder statement than a genuine rattlesnake hat band. These distinctive hat bands will match any hat shape and any style. Made using real Eastern Diamond Rattlesnake skin, our rattlesnake hat bands are a stunning combination of craftsmanship and high-quality products.
•Cowhide I Deerskin I Snakeskin•
Leather Hat Bands
When it comes to versatility, our high-quality, premium leather products serve a range of needs and styles. Indeed, our leather hat bands are made in the widest range of colors and styles around. These hat bands can take your hat from a weekend getaway to a black-tie event in minutes, making them a must-have for every adventurer. Whether it be a womens hat band, or mens hat band we’ve got a selection for you. We even got a feather hat band made out of leather. All of our hat bands are gucci hat bands as in their designer features and handmade construction make them super cool.
How do you choose a cowboy hatband?
When you want to choose the cowboy hatband, you need to conduct primary research online or by visiting the hat stores. Search for websites that sell cowboy hatbands and also fix a budget that's comfortable for you. You might browse through the internet and check a few pictures that you find attractive. After you research, you should choose the hatband that complements your style and persona.
What is the band called that goes around the hat?
Modern-day hatbands are made using silk, cotton, and grosgrain and showcase pins towards the ends for easy fastening to the majority of hats. It is called the hatband, which is a decorative ribbon that gets held in the place atop the hat brim. When you change the hatband, it is easy to wear a new look with an old hat.
What is the thing called around a cowboy hat?
The thing around the cowboy hat is known as the hatband. The cowboy hatband is mostly a piece of leather, fabric, and ribbon where the brim and the crown meet. If you want to sport a leather hatband, opt-in for hat makers that provide high-quality cowhide leather and stay away from cheap imitations. Also, the hatbands are a way to customize the cowboy hat.
Why do cowboy hats have bands?
The primary purpose of having bands for a cowboy hat is to accentuate the features. The design for the original cowboy hat featured a wide flat brim and a tall rounded crown that was made from straw, felt, and sometimes leather. The hat got fitted with an easy sweatband that provides stability when you wear the hat. The only purpose of the hatband is to give each hat a unique look that is fitted to the wearer.
What does a feather in a cowboy hat mean?
The feathers in a cowboy hat indicate an act of bravery or heroism. They can also have a personal context. At times a feather can be a gift from a loved one or a friend that can have a sentimental connection. The cowboy hats with feathers get worn on special occasions. Also, some cowboys would attach the feathers to the hat before they went for rodeos or dances.
What is the cowboy hat rule?
The cowboy hat rule or code is to not lay down the hat on its brim. You should always place the hat on the crown and keep the brim up. Also, it is proper if you let the hat inside show. The inside part of the crown and the hatband shouldn’t be for public view. Also, no one should mess with another person’s cowboy hat.
How do cowboys keep their hats on?
Often the cowboys make use of bobby pins to keep the hat on. When you clip it to the hair and insert it into the hand band, the hat can stay in place for a long time. Also, no one can know about your secret to keep the hat on. Some also use the stampede string, which goes through the hat's brim on either side near the crown and gets hooked under the chin so that the hat stays in place.