hat shape information

Our Hat shapes

Cattleman Shape

This style started when ranch owners wanted a differentiation from the Rodeo Cowboy look. The Cattleman features a taller, but narrower crown typically between four and five inches tall, a single crease down the center of the crown with two creases along the side.

CHL Shape

The roughstock cowboy’s style.

Brick Shape

Minnick Shape

Today, the most popular hat shapes are the Minnick and the classic Cattleman. In earlier days, a taller crown (the shape most commonly spoke and sang about, a ten gallon) was the norm. And as history often recycles, so does style and fashion.

Sinaloa Shape

Joan Shape