Bestselling Men's Cowboy Hats in 2021
Classic Cattleman Straw Cowboy Hat with Silver Conchos and Elastic Band - White - S/M
- Classic Cattleman Straw
- Size: S/M (6 3/4 - 7 1/8)
- (21 1/2 - 22 1/2 inches)
UwantC Mens Faux Felt Western Cowboy Hat Fedora Outdoor Wide Brim Hat with Strap Black
- The new fashion Faux Felt cowboy caps women men western hats.
- Material: Polyester,Faux Leather.
- Color: Tangerine Yellow,Beige,Black,Coffee,Red,White,Dark Beige,Red Coffee.
- Size: one size,can be adjusted size,head circumference: About 56.5cm/22.2",hat brim width: about 9.6cm/3.8",hat depth: about 11cm/4.3".
- Hats for Summer/ Spring/ Winter/ Autumn,Good for Tourist, Fashion Hipster, Cosplay.
Faux Felt Wide Brim Western Cowboy Hat Elastic Band-Black-L/XL
- Faux Felt Wide Brim (Shapeable Brim)
- Fully Lined
- Authentic Style
- Crown: 4-1/2" and Brim: 3-3/4"
- Size: 7 1/4 - 7 5/8 (23 inches to - 24 inches)
Enimay Western Outback Cowboy Hat Men's Women's Style Straw Felt Canvas Stone Brown One Size
- Men's and Women's Cowboy Hats.
- Classic Cattleman Style. Elastic Headband
- High Quality | Durable | Long Lasting
- Many Different Styles and Colors!
- One Size Fits Most
WITHMOONS Indiana Jones Hat Weathered Faux Leather Outback Hat GN8749 (Brown)
- One size ( 55~58cm, 21.5~22.5inch)
- Crushable and water repellent
- Faux leather band
- Hand wash cold
- 100% Polyester
Silverado Men's Crushable Wool Felt Hat - Rattler - Black
- Wool Felt In A Black Hue
- Crushable so you can stuff it in a suitcase or purse and take it along with you
- Fancy silver-tone conchos adorn hat band
- 100 percent wool
Twister Men's 5X Shantung Double S Straw Cowboy Hat Natural 7
- 5x Shantung straw construction
- 4" brim and cattleman crease hat crown
- Breathable leather sweatband
Vamuss Men’s Vintage USA American Flag Cowboy Hat w/Western Shape-It Brim, Tea Stained Black Band
Simplicity Men / Women's Summer Woven Straw Cowboy Hat, 2042_Black
- Durable woven straw
- Tear drop shaped hat with anti-sweat band
- Available in various classic western shades/colors
- Certain styles have adjustable chin strap & stylish hatbands
- Brim is shapeable for a customizable look; Perfect for your costume party, to give as a gift, or simply for every day wear
All Black Faux Felt Cowboy Hat with Black Band - L/XL
- All Black Faux Felt
Ex-Con Matt Lawrence No "Trouble" Advancing on American Idol
Matthew Lawrence walked out onto the American Idol stage in Orlando, Fla., and got right into "Trouble." The judges loved him. And what was not to like about the big ole cowboy hat wearing, well-mannered country boy? That he had a police record?...
American Idol was in sunny Florida Wednesday evening for the Orlando auditions. After the poor performance of the 12,000 hopefuls that showed up for the Windy City auditions, there didn't seem to be any way that Orlando could fare much worse. Chicago only sent 13 people to Hollywood.
But Orlando knocked that number out into the Gulf of Mexico on the first day, the judges, aided by Tony and Golden Globe winning singer and actress Kristen Chenoweth, handing out 19 gold tickets. Matt Lawrence's imposing frame, quiet mannerisms, and bluesy voice would help raise that number to 31 (although Kristen Chenoweth was noticeably missing the second day of auditions) by the time it was all over -- and it was, because his was the last Orlando audition -- and time to head west.
Matt Lawrence's backstory is one of trouble, unfortunately, so he knows of what he sings. In the filmed segment that prefaced his audition, Lawrence talked a little about his life.
Growing up, he said he had everything a boy could want but he had a flare for adventure and, at 15 years old, he robbed a bank with a bb gun. He spent four years behind bars for his "adventure," and he said it was "the hardest thing [he] had ever been through." With a tremble in his voice, he said "it hurt his family so much." He said he had never seen his father cry before that day he went to jail and he auditioned to make his family proud. "I want to put a smile on their face ten times more than I ever made them cry."
He just might do that. Judge Simon Cowell said he was "brilliant" and it sounded as if he could have written the song. He seemed to think better of his words and added, "That's how believable it was. I don't mean that in a bad way..." With fellow judge Randy Jackson and the hopeful laughing, he quickly quipped, "Well, maybe I did." He explained that it "felt authentic" and that he was "very impressed."
American Idol judge Kara DioGuardi said she completely agreed with Simon. She admired Lawrence's control over his voice singing such a difficult song.
Randy Jackson said, "You sound genuine, dude. That's what it's about. And you got vocals!"
Matt Lawrence went through to Hollywood unanimously, with absolutely no trouble at all, Simon telling him that it was the easiest "yes" of the day for him. Kara said he was "one of the best." Randy echoed, "Definitely one of the best."
As Lawrence left the room, Kara DioGuardi told her fellow judges, "He's gonna go Top 12."
And he just might.
But he'll have to get past a lot of talent to get there. But at least he has been given the opportunity. He'll join the other 30 contestants from Orlando, the 13 from Chicago, the 25 from Atlanta, and the 31 from Boston in Hollywood, along with those that will come from the Pasadena (California), Arlington (Texas), and Denver auditions in the coming weeks.
"American Idol," Fox Television
"Matthew Lawrence American Idol Auditions #4 Orlando," YouTube.com