Master Hatters 10X Odessa Straw Cowboy Hat

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Master Hatters 10X Odessa Straw Cowboy Hat
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  • 10X natural straw
  • 4" Brim
  • 4" 1/4
  • Low cattleman crown
  • Leather sweat band
  • Ribbon hat band
  • Metal eyelets for ventilation
  • Hats are only available with UPS Ground Shipping

Keep cool in the summer heat in this 10X Odessa straw hat by Master Hatters. This hat is 10X quality, made from shantung straw. The low cattleman crown and leather sweatband provide ventilation and a comfortable fit. The 4 brim will keep your face and neck protected from the sun.

Style(s): M0688107

Lifestyle: Western
Material: Straw
Color: Natural
Product Weight: 3 lbs
Print William C. Cook established Master Hatters of Texas, Inc. in 1968. Mr. Cook began his career with Byer-Rolnick Hat Company in Dallas, Texas in 1936. William Cook moved with Byer-Rolnick to Garland, TX in 1939. He started his career as a Hand Finisher on the product line. At the end of his career with Byer-Rolnick he had established himself as a Master Hatter.

In 1968 William Cook began to manufacture on a contract basis with Resitol Hat Company. Over time he developed his own line of quality western hats, Master Hatters of Texas (MHT), to be sold within the western trade industry. Mr. Cook passed on in 1977. At this time his two sons took over to continue the legacy. In 1988 Master Hatters of Texas, Inc. began to develop hats for Wrangler Jean Company in a licensee agreement that was successful for 20 years.

Today MHT is still making its own fine quality straw, wool, and fur felt hats in its 5.5-acre, 50,000 sq ft location in Garland, Texas. Looking to the future our goal is to embrace technology to better serve our valued customers with a product that fits their demands and with service that is above reproach. At Master Hatters "we sell ourselves with each hat" and our fast response service of "just in time shipping".