Mens Cowboy Hats

Capture the spirit of the West with our mens cowboy hats. Each cowboy hat echoes a commitment to 50-years of craftsmanship and American authenticity.

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The American Hat Makers Difference

If you're wondering where to purchase a cowboy hat, look no further than The American Hat Makers. We pride ourselves on being a unique cowboy hat manufacturer, setting ourselves apart from others in the industry in several ways.

At American Hat Makers, our specialization lies in crafting tejana shapes and rodeo hats. In addition, we offer meticulously handmade vaquero hats that boast a distinctive appearance. We are the sole hat maker providing all three styles of western hats, making us your ultimate destination.

Furthermore, we offer a wide range of sizes and colors to cater to individual preferences. Whether you're in search of a specific tejana shape, a classic rodeo hat, or a one-of-a-kind vaquero hat, The American Hat Makers is the definitive source to fulfill your desires.

Our hats are meticulously constructed using top-quality materials, ensuring their durability and longevity. You can trust that your cowboy hat from American Hat Makers will withstand the test of time, providing you with years of satisfaction.


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Find the Perfect Cowboy Hat

Shop the Best Men's Cowboy Hats Online

Cowboy hats are a classic men's fashion accessory, but it can be hard to find the perfect one for you.

With all the different men's cowboy hat styles and brands available, it can be tough to find the right cowboy hat online. You might end up buying a country hat that doesn't quite fit your style or that you don't end up wearing very often.

At Western Hats for Men, we make it easy to find the perfect cowboy hat for you. Among our wide selection of western cowboy hats, we have some of the best brands in the industry, and our friendly staff is always eager to help you find the right one.

Two men sitting on hay bales wearing the Ranger and Lucas mens cowboy hats by American Hat Makers

Western Cowboy Hats in Premium Leather, Straw, & Felt

Western cowboy hats come in many different materials, each with its own benefits. Premium leather hats are the most expensive but are also the most durable. Premium leather is the way to go if you're looking for a hat that will last for years.

Straw hats are much cheaper and perfect for hot summer days. They don't last as long as premium leather hats, but they're more than sufficient for occasional wear. Felt hats are somewhere in between leather and straw in terms of price and durability.

Man sitting in horse trailer wearing the Cattleman mens hat by American Hat Makers

Felt Cowboy Hats

Indulge in the harmonious blend of luxury, warmth, and style.
man at a ranch wearing a straw cowboy hat

Straw Cowboy Hats

Breezy comfort meets undeniable flair for all-day wear.
Man sitting in bar wearing the Gorge mens cowboy hat by American Hat Makers

Leather Cowboy Hats

Unleash bold adventures with our tough yet stylish range.

Premium Straw, Leather, and Felt Men's Cowboy Hats

Rugged western style and long-lasting construction meet in our men’s cowboy hat collection. This timeless shape is ready to go for any adventure - from a long day’s work to a formal night out.

When you slip on a hand-crafted western hat from American Hat Makers, you’re stepping into a look that exudes rugged charm.

Man leaning against truck while wearing the Cattleman mens cowboy hat by American Hat Makers
A man in a farm wearing a black jacket and a felt cowboy hat

Our collection of premium, hand-crafted cowhide leather cowboy hats and Tejana hats, the Yellowstone hat along with felt cowboy hats, natural straw cowboy hats, or even our classic black cowboy hat are just as well-suited for a day on the ranch as they are with a suit and tie for wedding or other formal event.

Hand-hammered lines with intricately-carved leather on the crown and underside of the brim make some of our men’s black cowboy hats a fashion statement and the dress hat that’s sure to leave the right impression. Meanwhile, our beige, tan, and black hats are the classic choice that makes any outfit an instantly iconic western look.

Colors & Styles

Find the Right Cowboy Hat Style and Color for You

At American Hat Makers, we pride ourselves on offering cowboy hats in unique styles and colors. Whether you need a black cowboy hat to match your favorite star from Yellowstone, or a white hat to beat the outdoor heat - you'll find it here.

Our black western hats and tan leather cowboy hats may offer a sense of sultry style and mystery to your look when worn low on the brow. But our straw cowboy hats are another versatile day-to-day option that lighten your face and go wherever you do.

They can be a workhorse that keeps sweat off your brow while on the farm one minute, shields your eyes from the sun while on the driving range the next, and even accompanies you on vacation. With thoughtful details like sewn-in sweat bands, ventilation points, and stunning accents on the crown and brim, our cowboy hats are made for function, durability, and comfort in one stylish package.

Two men wearing leather black cowboy hats leaning on the ranch's metal fence
Man taking care of horse while wearing the Bozeman mens cowboy hat by American Hat Makers

Yellowstone Cowboy Hats

Embrace the untamed spirit of the wild west in our Yellowstone Cowboy Hats.
Cowboy standing in field while wearing the Cattleman mens cowboy hat by American Hat Makers

Black Cowboy Hats

Classic western charisma meets contemporary sophistication.
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White Cowboy Hats

Pure elegance with a fresh twist on timeless cowboy style.

American Cowboy Hats

We are America’s premier leather and men’s cowboy hat artisans, and take great pride in each and every piece we produce. We don’t just think of your cowboy hat as an accessory to a great outfit - or necessary protective gear for a long, hard day of work. We see them as a symbol of American pride and American craftsmanship.

Our 100% natural materials are carefully sourced to ensure your hat contains only top-grain cowhide leather and straw materials, such as seagrass, golden wheat straw, and toquilla palm.

Each leather cowboy hat is constructed in two pieces - the wide, swooping brim, and the pinched crown. The pieces are hand-stitched from the inside to create a hidden seam and tight fit, giving you long-lasting wear and incomparable 360-degree water resistance.

After we’ve assembled the pieces, we add unique touches that will make your cowboy hat a true collector’s item. The result is a soft, supple hat that conforms to your head for a fit so perfect it feels like it was made just for you. Even our vegan men’s cowboy hats have been artfully made to mimic the look of true cowhide - using waxed cotton instead of any animal-sourced products.

The natural fibers in our straw men’s cowboy hats are tightly woven to create a rigid hat that holds its shape for years - while being unbelievably lightweight and flexible. Like our leather products, each piece is hand-selected, sorted, and cut to size to ensure the perfect weave. The crown pinch and brim crease are then added to give you a go-anywhere men’s sun hat in a timeless Americana style. 

Cowboy sitting on steps wearing the Pioneer mens hat by American Hat Makers
Man sitting on horse wearing the Cattleman mens cowboy hat by American Hat Makers

Regardless of the materials we’ve used to craft your rugged cowboy hat, there are multiple silhouettes to suit your style and face. You may find a high, oval crown and pronounced pinch with a braided hat band in one style, while another may have a circular crown with neither a pinch nor a crease.

A sharp crease in the brim will highlight your cheekbones and chiseled jawline, while a wide flat brim hat will let in equal amounts of light all around your face and a downturned brim will create an air of silent masculinity.

The unmistakable, quality construction and timeless shapes of our western leather hats make them not just a long-lasting accessory, but an heirloom piece that transcends style fads. And our selection of fabric and straw outdoor hats ensure that, come rain or shine, you don’t have to go a single day without donning your favorite style.

Cowboy Hats Men FAQ

It is believed that the cowboys in the wild west never wore cowboy hats. The cowboys are a famous symbol of the Wild West in America. However, certain tales about them aren't true. They never wore the wide-brimmed and tall cowboy hats that you may find in the Westerns.

It is not disrespectful to wear a cowboy hat. However, learning about cowboy hat rules is always advisable. If you are entering a building, you need to remove the hat. You should take off the hat if you are at a formal event, but at an informal event you can keep the hat on. Wearing a cowboy hat where you aren't supposed to can be disrespectful.

The Cattleman crease hat is the most popular cowboy hat type. The hat appears close to everybody’s notion of a conventional cowboy hat. The hat gets characterized by its sleekness. The hat is famous because of the deep crease in the center of the crown and has two indentations on the crown sides. It’s one of the most desired hat shapes.

There are many cowboy hats, but the most popular style is the western stetson hat. Named after its creator, John B. Stetson, the Stetson is characterized by its wide brim and high crown.

Usually, it is made of felt or straw, and its stiff brim helps to protect the wearer from the sun and rain. The Stetson is also associated with the American West and has been worn by cowboys, outlaws, and lawmen.

The cowboy hat creases refer to the changes that the hats went through across the years. The crease highlights the styling elements that played an important role in the cowboy hat’s development. Each crease comes with its set of distinctive hat characteristics. Some famous cowboy hat creases include the Cattleman, Gus, Montana, Gambler, Brick, and Pinched front.

Clint Eastwood was famous for sporting the classic cowboy hat in his TV hits. Clint Eastwood’s name is linked with many Western hats. He has sported over 20 western hats in his career, but mostly preferred variations on the cattleman.

It is good to leave the cowboy upside down because it helps to let the air out. Also, it helps keep the brim shape intact. According to an old cowboy superstition, you might run out of luck if you place the hat brim-side down.

You choose a cowboy hat shape based on your style preference and your facial structure. For instance, the round-shaped cowboy hats that have curved brims can balance out a strong jawline.

The color of a cowboy hat can tell you a lot about the person wearing it. For example, a white cowboy hat is typically worn by rodeo clowns and bullfighters, while black cowboy hats are more commonly associated with cowboys who work with cattle. Also, a tan cowboy hat indicates that the wearer is a bronc rider.

On the hit TV show Yellowstone, Kevin Costner plays the role of rancher John Dutton. And as any good rancher knows, a good hat is essential to protect against the elements. Costner wears various hats in the show, but his go-to style is a brown vaquero hat.

The cowboy hat helps shield his eyes from the bright sun and protects him from the wind and dust. It can be hard to find one like his in most cowboy hat stores, but you can take a collection of ours. Shop with us to find your vaquero hats inspired by your favorite tv character.

There are a few different styles of cowboy hats, the most popular being the Stetson. Stetsons are beaver fur and have a wide brim to protect the wearer from the sun.

Another popular style is the Resistol, which has a slightly narrower brim. Both of these styles are typically made of brown or black fur.

Finally, there is the "Ten Gallon Hat," a big cowboy hat with a wide brim. This style is typically worn for special occasions or shows.

The key to finding a cowboy hat to match your face shape is balancing the hat's proportions with your head's. For example, for those with a long face, you'll want to choose a hat with a shorter brim that doesn't overwhelm your features.

If you have a round face, on the other hand, you'll want to find a hat with a wider brim. The wider brim will help elongate your face.

Whatever style you choose, try on a few different hats before making your final decision. After all, the perfect cowboy hat is the one that makes you feel confident and stylish.