This vintage hat was made in the 1960s by Dobbs. It was sold by the New Utica in Des Moines, and has a corrugated back sweatband. It has a 2-1/8″ brim.
This vintage hat was made by Dobbs, as part of their Dobbs West line of cowboy hats. It is a beaver 50, which means that at the time of its manufacture, in the 1960s, it was a fifty dollar hat, making it extremely up-market. It is a size 7.
This vintage hat was made in the 1960s by Dobbs under their Dobbs West line for Baldwins of Lander, Wyoming. It is a 7-1/2.
This vintage Dobbs fedora was made in the 1940s. It is a thin ribboned style, and originally sold for $20, making it an upmarket model at the time. It is a 6-7/8, has a 5-1/2″ crown, and at some point became the original owner’s fishing hat here in the rivers and streams of Montana.
This vintage fedora was made by Dobbs in the 1960s. It is their Golden Coach model, and has the Dobbs Golden Coach logo as a pin on the ribbon. It has a seamless welt guild edge and is a 7-1/2.
This vintage hat was made by Dobbs in the early 1940s. It is made of a suede-finish fur felt, with an underwelt brim edge and a teardrop crease. This is typical of sporty fedoras of the wartime period. The hat has a brown leather sweatband, which bears the slanted Dobbs name. The hat was originally sold at Vandt’s Mens Wear of Missoula, Montana.
Brim Width: 2-3/4″
Crown Height: 5-3/8″