Made in America

The Making of a Stetson Cowboy Hat

Stetson has been making legendary hats since 1865. That’s a long time; they have it down to a science. Wouldn’t we all like to know about the process? Wouldn’t it be great to see how they do it? Why, now we can! Watch this video that gives us an inside look inside the factory where […]

Introducing: Bootights – Tights (and Socks!) to Wear with Boots

If you’re a guy, then you won’t understand this. If you’re a woman who doesn’t wear boots, then you won’t understand this. But, if you’re a woman who wears boots with tights, then you’ll absolutely understand and empathize with this product. You know that icky feeling you get when you wear tights with boots and […]

How to Shop for a Hat: From Stetson

This video from Stetson has some great advice: Our favorite piece of advice is to wear your hat like you own it. Hats are a statement, and should be proud to wear one! Don’t let it wear you – be comfortable. If you have any questions, or you are interested in finding the perfect cowboy […]

Made in the USA Since 1876 – John R. Craighead Leather Company

We love companies with rich family history. Companies that are founded on the same principles as F.M. Light and Sons. Companies that make their product in the United States. When we find businesses that are as old as us, we’re excited. When we find businesses older that us, we’re ecstatic. One such company is the […]

Featured Brand: Scully Leather Jackets & Wah Maker

The Scully leather tradition began in 1906 in Napa, California with the manufacture of fine gloves and jackets. The product line expanded over the years to include leather flying helmets, luggage, briefcases, agendas, portfolios, wallets, handbags and personal leather goods.

John B. Stetson: The Master Hatter

When you think of a cowboy hat, one brand comes to mind. Every cowboy needs a Stetson hat. But where did the name come from, and how did it become so iconic? It all began in 1865. A man named John B. Stetson rented a room for $100, bought tools and $10 worth of fur, […]