Western Hats: How to Correctly Place and Remove

Trent Johnson of Greeley Hat Works tells you how to best place and remove your Western hat to keep it in good condition.

Once you’ve found the perfect hat to fit your style and showing schedule, you’ll want to take care of it to make sure it lasts.

One way to take good care of your hat is to put it on your head and take it off the proper way.

We caught up with Trent Johnson of Greeley Hat Works for a quick video tutorial on just how to do that. Watch it in the video below!

For tips on finding the right hat for you, check out page 52 of the August 2013 issue.

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