Articles in Hat University – A Learning Experience
Out vile spot! If it won’t brush or steam out, your options are limited. However, many hat lovers are willing to risk the hat cleaning nuclear option when there’s something on their favorite fedora. Learn all about it in this post.
Okay. So this Stetson has a leather sweatband and this Bailey has a cloth one. Does that matter? Why are there two different types of sweatbands? Click here to learn all about it.
Just when and where is it acceptable to wear a hat indoors, outdoors and those places in between? Learn about hat etiquette in the first of what will be many posts at the Hat Chronicles.
Keep a smile on your face, as the stormy clouds chase everyone from the place, because you know the best hats to wear on a rainy day. Not all fedoras and caps handle water equally, and we’ll tell you what to shop for if you want to better stay dry and not ruin your hat in inclement weather.
Learn how to refresh your straw hat by dusting it with damp cloth. There’s a trick to it that is easy to master, and last summer’s hat will look ready to last another season in the sun.
Help extend the life of your hats out of season or satisfy someone at home who wants you to put a few of your hats away. Learn how to store those hats properly with these simple steps.
Your hat has gotten snowy and wet? Don’t fret. Here are some pointers to help keep your fedora from shrinking or becoming deformed.
Learn the mystery of keeping your hair in perfect shape while putting on and taking off your hat. It is pretty simple if you follow these easy guidelines.
Why do most of your hats come with feathers or pins? What do I do if I love the hat but don’t want the feather or pin? Read here to find out.
A lot of customers ask about why crowns on some hats look too “big” to them. It isn’t so much that the crown is too big, as it is serving a special purpose. Find out what when you click here.