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Top off your outfit at these 5 cowboy hat stores in Fort Worth

Set your cap at a new lid and strut your stuff at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo.

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Rock the rodeo with a hat that is custom-fit to you.

Whether it’s a fashion statement, a cultural norm, or just a practical way to keep the sun out of your eyes, cowboy hats are a staple around these parts. It’s time to dust off your tried-and-true hat or set your cap at a new one at these five hat stores around Fort Worth.

Peters Brothers Hats | Downtown
The family-owned business has been pedaling custom hats and fedoras since 1933.

The Best Hat Store | Stockyards
One of the country’s leading specialty hat stores, the business has an inventory of 4,000+ hats.

Mavericks Fine Western Wear | Stockyards
Make an appointment to get a custom style or bring in your favorite hat to have it restored.

Flea Style | Mule Alley
Customize your lid with charms, pins + bands for a look all your own.

Jobes Hats | La Gran Plaza
Get a custom form from this master hatter or pick one from the collection.

Don’t see your favorite local hat store on the list? Let us know.

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