Cowboy Hat Etiquette

Taken from the Webster's dictionary.

Tip your hat when the following happens, if you're a real cowboy.

 

 

  • When you are walking with your friend and he says hello to a woman that he knows, but you do not.
  • When a woman thanks you.
  • After getting directions from a stranger, for sure if the stranger is a woman.
  • When you excuse yourself to a woman.

    Probably already know when to take off your hat, but just in case you forgot..

  • During the National Anthem.
  • When you go into a building.
  • When you are being introduced to someone, especially if it is a woman.
  • When you begin a conversation, not needed if you are just saying "Hello" as you pass them.
  • When attending a funeral.

 

Related Links

MontanaPeaks.net is also active. Montanapeaks.com is under construction.

 

Also see our hats at Cowboy.com, the Western Connection, clothes, western hats.

 

And see one of our hats featured in the film Gunless, starring Canadian actor Paul Gross

 

5 Uses for a Cowboy Hat

  • Keep off the sun.
  • Keep off the rain.
  • Show your personal style.
  • Slap a charging bull on the nose to change his mind. (Good luck on that!)
  • Be Western



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