[vc_row full_width=”stretch_row” css=”.vc_custom_1533246057018{padding-top: 80px !important;padding-bottom: 50px !important;background-image: url(https://www.jwrhats.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/clem-onojeghuo-150469-unsplash-1.jpg?id=2019) !important;background-position: center !important;background-repeat: no-repeat !important;background-size: cover !important;}” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_542673215″ el_class=”white-text”][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_custom_heading text=”SELECTING THE RIGHT HAT” font_container=”tag:h1|text_align:left|color:%23fffdf9″ use_theme_fonts=”yes” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_2028898869″][vc_column_text responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_2141745249″ css=”.vc_custom_1527695099354{margin-top: 50px !important;margin-bottom: 50px !important;}”]

Building a custom hat should be a fun and exciting journey. However, with the myriad of options to sort through the excitement can sometimes become an overwhelming task.

That’s why we have put together this comprehensive guide that will help simplify the process of selecting your custom hat features.

[/vc_column_text][vc_custom_heading text=”Follow the guide below to build your custom hat” font_container=”tag:h3|text_align:left|color:%23ffffff” use_theme_fonts=”yes” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_151988226″][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/3″][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_799756463″ css=”.vc_custom_1527732912487{padding-top: 50px !important;padding-bottom: 50px !important;}”][vc_column width=”1/6″][/vc_column][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_custom_heading text=”Step 1. Chose your crown” font_container=”tag:h1|text_align:center|color:%23000000″ use_theme_fonts=”yes” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_1804103522″][vc_column_text responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_1463526332″ css=”.vc_custom_1527695146967{margin-right: 10% !important;margin-left: 10% !important;}”]

Start off by selecting a crown shape that best fits your personality and style. Swipe to learn more about each of the crown styles available.

[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/6″][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][gwd_image_card_slider_parent slider_style=”2″ gwd_slider_options=”show_title,show_descriptions,show_arrows” slider_autoplay=”1″ responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_1030156432″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1847″ gwd_slider_image_title=”Backward Gus” gwd_slider_image_description=”A new take on the standard Gus, the Reverse Gus rises in the front while dipping in the back with one center valley running down from front to back. A tall and distinguished look the Reverse Gus is sure to stay in the mind long after seeing it.” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_681949106″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1848″ gwd_slider_image_title=”Bandit Gus” gwd_slider_image_description=”Another take on the standard gus style, the Bandit brings a flare to the tall crown shape, With the center valley coming much lower than the standard straight Gus, and narrowing as it descends. The Bandit is dramatic as it is memorable.” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_916341178″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1849″ gwd_slider_image_title=”Brick” gwd_slider_image_description=”Similar to the Cattleman the Brick is a more defined square and usually has an intent on either side of the crown. This new take on a classic, the Brick has all the strength and oldness of the Cattleman, while adding a touch of refinement.” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_1711104151″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1850″ gwd_slider_image_title=”Cattleman” gwd_slider_image_description=”A Classic western style, the Cattleman, has a tall distinguished crown, with a open square top, giving a bold strong look. Not a style to go unnoticed.” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_282225318″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1851″ gwd_slider_image_title=”Homburg” gwd_slider_image_description=”The Homburg is certainly a more distinguished of the crown styles. It is a tall crown with a single shallow valley cutting across the top, this shape is more subtle than most of the other crowns giving just the perfect hint of style and class and was a favorite of C.S. Lewis.” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_1439658429″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1852″ gwd_slider_image_title=”Hourglass Roper” gwd_slider_image_description=”A new take on the classic Roper crown style, the Hourglass Roper brings a refreshing and more dressy style to the western classic, with the center valley stylized to create the shape of an hourglass. This classy look is certain to turn a few heads.” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_1852408923″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1853″ gwd_slider_image_title=”Montana Gus” gwd_slider_image_description=”A continuation of the Gus style the Montana is just taller than the straight Gus with a slightly more defined center valley, and a just barely more defined downward angle. The Montana is a perfect compromise between the standard of the Straight Gus and the drama of the Bandit. Carrying the same air of confidence and strength that the Gus family is known for without being too flashy. A perfect representation of western class.” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_350262074″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1854″ gwd_slider_image_title=”Mountain Roper” gwd_slider_image_description=”Another take on the classic Roper style, the Mountain Roper is a much more dramatic style than the original straight Roper. The indents on the sides reach lower, giving the impression of two mountain peaks atop the crown.” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_2138604442″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1855″ gwd_slider_image_title=”Open Crown” gwd_slider_image_description=”The most versatile of all Crown styles the Open Crown Derby can be manipulated into a variety of styles, it can be made taller for a strong solid western hat, or I can be made with a gentler curve for a clean elegant Bowler hat.” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_1526094988″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1856″ gwd_slider_image_title=”Open Top” gwd_slider_image_description=”The Open Top Crown is the clean cut and dressy side of crowns, The flat look of the top is achieved by the formation of a small “rim” around the top of the crown with the remaining top forming a slight dome within the rim. A simple yet elegant look for anyone wanting to make a lasting impression.” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_1467383286″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1857″ gwd_slider_image_title=”Straight Gus” gwd_slider_image_description=”Another Western classic, the Gus, stands above all others, usually in a literal sense. This is one of the tallest western crown styles, similar to the Roper this features a strong center valley, with two subtle indents on the sides, the shape of this crown features a nice curving slope, descending from back to front. A strong confident style perfect for anyone looking to
make a lasting impression.” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_1653484536″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1858″ gwd_slider_image_title=”Straight Roper” gwd_slider_image_description=”The Roper (also known as “Open Road”) crown shape is a western standard and classic, with one center valley and an indent on either side. This crown is the picture of western style and the iconic cowboy look.” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_1134459879″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1859″ gwd_slider_image_title=”Top Hat” gwd_slider_image_description=”The Classic Top Hat Crown. Iconic, elegant, and attention grabbing. This formal standard is sure to draw the eyes, and hold the attention of all who see it. Just the thing for a distinguished gentleman or lady.” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_1883639461″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1860″ gwd_slider_image_title=”Tycoon Diamond” gwd_slider_image_description=”The Diamond style of the Tycoon continues the angular style established by the Triangle Tycoon. The Diamond shape atop the crown gives this style a distinct, sharp, clean edges that whispers class and style. The Tycoon Family is an elevated look, whether it be in a western hat or a dress fedora or trilby.” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_1026738748″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1861″ gwd_slider_image_title=”Tycoon Teardrop” gwd_slider_image_description=”A perfect bridger between the western and dress hat crown style is the Tycoon family, a three finger pinch style that forms a point on the front of the crown. The Tycoon teardrop is the perfect look for those looking to present a classy and clean cut look, be it in the western style, fedora, or trilby styles.” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_1252222106″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1862″ gwd_slider_image_title=”Tycoon Triangle” gwd_slider_image_description=”Another take on the Tycoon the Triangle style is much the same as the tear drop, save the teardrop shape on top of the crown is traded out for a triangle, giving it a bold and angular shape, a style that demands attention.” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_571964240″][/gwd_image_card_slider_parent][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row full_width=”stretch_row” css=”.vc_custom_1525634071343{margin-top: 50px !important;background-color: #fafafa !important;}” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_1884846359″][vc_column][vc_custom_heading text=”Step 2. Select your Brim” font_container=”tag:h2|text_align:center” use_theme_fonts=”yes” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_344043174″][vc_column_text responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_1622200080″]

Next, select a brim style that show off your unique style.

[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row full_width=”stretch_row” css=”.vc_custom_1525634038104{padding-bottom: 100px !important;background-color: #fafafa !important;}” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_1709185759″][vc_column][gwd_image_card_slider_parent slider_style=”2″ gwd_slider_options=”show_title,show_descriptions,show_arrows,show_dots” slider_autoplay=”1″ responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_891286215″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1990″ gwd_slider_image_title=”Taco” gwd_slider_image_description=”Also known as the Durango, this flashy signature style brings the brim curving up dramatically on both sides, creating the image of a valley, or rather a Taco.” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_340621668″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1991″ gwd_slider_image_title=”All Around” gwd_slider_image_description=”This classic western brim style is achieved by bringing the brim up on the sides to create wings, while the back and front of the brim are pulled slightly down, creating the curving profile that makes this truly memorable” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_1157376254″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1988″ gwd_slider_image_title=”The Winner” gwd_slider_image_description=”As they say, sometimes less is more, and sometimes its is the simple things that make the difference between winning and losing, this Western Brim style is a perfect example. The subtle lift on the side wings paired with the slight dip of the front gives this style a simple yet memorable look.” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_1023626108″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1967″ gwd_slider_image_title=”1/4 Curl” gwd_slider_image_description=”This Brim style is not for those who wish to go unnoticed, this eye catching shape curls the edge of the brim up to about ¼ th of an inch all the way around creating a stunning contrast when paired with the flatness of the remaining brim.” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_1344992482″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1970″ gwd_slider_image_title=”1/8 Curl” gwd_slider_image_description=”Very similar to the ¼ curl style, the ⅛ curl brings the edge of the brim up into a curl that stands about ⅛ th of an inch tall. All the contrast and eye catching power of the ¼ curl style, yet more subdued, giving it a more subtle look.” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_1190371640″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1985″ gwd_slider_image_title=”Texas Cut” gwd_slider_image_description=”Another Classic of the western hats, this brim style features a dramatic curve on the profile, formed by the rising of the side wings that draw the eye when viewed from the front.” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_584183133″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1975″ gwd_slider_image_title=”Cowboy Cut” gwd_slider_image_description=”As the name implies here is the classic choice of cowboys and ranchers, Very similar to the Texas Cut but less dramatic and more subtle, hinting at the iconic cowboys of old, while catching the eye and drawing attention.” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_1591201720″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1986″ gwd_slider_image_title=”Texas Western” gwd_slider_image_description=”As classics go this is the perfect compromise between two very iconic styles; the Texas Cut and the CowBoy Cut. This style carries the shape and pomp of the Texas Cut, while also remaining true to the simplicity and subtlety of the Cowboy Cut.” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_830369093″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1992″ gwd_slider_image_title=”The Rodeo” gwd_slider_image_description=”This Classic style is certainly on the calmer side of the western brims, just as every cowboy must remain calm in the head while riding a bucking bronco, this brim shape brings the feeling of cool focus, no matter the ride.” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_1257033153″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1993″ gwd_slider_image_title=”The Boss” gwd_slider_image_description=”By far the most subtle of all the classic western styles, the Boss relies on its uncomplicated simplicity, requesting all the respect and attention a Boss deserves, while remaining true to the western style and values of giving respect back.” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_938851420″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1987″ gwd_slider_image_title=”Trilby Curved” gwd_slider_image_description=”Once heralded as the ideal hat for the rich and famous this dress brim style brings the perfect touch of class and sophistication. The narrow brim is shaped to give a subtle curve on the sides with a slight dip in the front, making this brim style is an iconic standard of class and style.” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_206097046″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1976″ gwd_slider_image_title=”Fedora Curved” gwd_slider_image_description=”Reminiscent of the trilby brim this fedora dress brim carries all the class and pomp of the narrower style while presenting a fresh and new look that is certain to be eye catching. The brim, wider than the tilby, is curved up on the sides giving it a nice gentle curve while the front is pulled down over the forehead,” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_673664957″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1971″ gwd_slider_image_title=”1/8 Dress Curl” gwd_slider_image_description=”Much like the western version of this style, the edge of this brim is curled up to stand ⅛ of an inch tall, leaving the rest of the brim completely flat. A eye catching style to be sure.” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_2004056568″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1994″ gwd_slider_image_title=”1/4 Dress Curl” gwd_slider_image_description=”Much the same style as the ⅛ curl dress brim the edge of this brim is pulled up into a curl that stands ¼ of an inch tall while the remaining brim remains flat. Not a style for those who want to blend in.” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_422919422″][gwd_image_card_slider_child gwd_slider_image=”1983″ gwd_slider_image_title=”Fedora Flat” gwd_slider_image_description=”Another take on the fedors style this brim shape is completely flat making it stand out in a world of curved hat brims, the front edge is sometimes pulled down over the forehead giving a more used look, or it can be left completely flat. In either case this style will be memorable and flashy.” responsive_js_composer_custom_id=”responsive_js_composer_custom_css_879741032″][/gwd_image_card_slider_parent][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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