1980s Bollman Collection Urban Western
by Bollman Hat Company
The John Travolta movie Urban Cowboy was such a smash hit when released in 1980 that it kicked off a national trend for all things country and cowboy. Hats, boots, mechanical bull riding and line dancing surged into the vogue, along with Country & Western music. The hat industry boomed around this time as 'Cowboy Wannabes' appeared in every town and city in America. Bollman provided large crown western hats with feather and woven bands. When the Philadelphia Phillies paraded down Broad Street after winning the World Series in October of 1980, most members of the team proudly wore Bollman cowboy hats. This hat comes in a special edition Bollman Heritage Hat Box.
- + Material: 100% Wool
- + Made in the USA
The Bollman Hat Company was founded in 1868 and is America's oldest hat maker. Today, Bollman has 300 employees located on four continents and distributes products in seventy-seven countries. This long and proud heritage is a testimony to the vision, perseverance, and hard work of generations who dedicated themselves to the company.
The Bollman Group provides the world with the headwear industry's top brands, including Bailey®, Betmar®, Country Gentleman®, Eddy Bros.®, Helen Kaminski®, Ignite®, KANGOL®, PANTROPIC®, and Plaza Suite® headwear. Their wool felt, fur felt, and straw hats and caps are produced in their factory located in Adamstown, Pennsylvania, and they maintain sales and design offices and showrooms in New York City, London, England, and Redfern, Australia.
Oh!: And they have proudly provided headwear to the United States Olympic team for six Olympic games. But get this: their hats have covered many well-known heads, from Humphrey Bogart to Fred Astaire to Run DMC, Eminem and from Pete Townsend.
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