Handmade Leather Cavalier Hat Custom Sized and Colored

My first leather cavalier hat. Custom, handmade from sturdy leather. These are not perfect but are my first hats. They can also be tooled for extra money. They start at $135.00.

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Product Description  These are a new product for me. I don't normally make hats and the one in my picture is my first. These also are not perfect, but will get better as I make more. They are made of nice sturdy leather and can be tooled with custom designs for extra cost. Cost of tooling will depend on intricacy and amount of tooling.

Inspiration/Story Behind This Product

I am a Medieval Reenactor. I actually ordered a modified hat from a friend that makes them last year. Then another friend of mine asked me to make a hat for her. Of course I told her I have never made one before but she wanted me to make it anyway. I didn't want to copy the hat my other friend made me so I came up with my own pattern, all hand drawn by me! I will try other hat designs also!

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