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"That’s an exceptional, albeit unethical and illegal, investment," the company says in its annual report [PDF].

"In addition, we have largely chosen conservative figures for this exercise, and there’s nothing stopping a criminal from simultaneously managing several campaigns." Crims need to pay $3,000 for the ransomware, $1,800 for a hacked high traffic site, $500 for RIG, and $600 for anti- anti-virus crypters over a month to hit their profit targets.

” BEN HOGAN / an English driving cap BERET / a round flat woolen cap BOATER / a stiff short flat top hat with a small flat brim / it’s usually trimmed with a wide navy colored ribbon that has a narrow red horizontal stripe running through the middle of the ribbon / the hat is surprisingly comfortable because it has a floating sweatband BEAVER FELT / the finest and most expensive hatter’s felt BRETON / a hat with a brim that rolls up all around (similar to a sailor’s hat) BOWLER / this hat started out in the mid 1800’s as protective headgear for horsemen / the round crown was stiffened hard to protect the head from tree branches and flying rocks / the style was popularized when the Earl of Derby in England started wearing one / the hat has a small pencil-curled brim with a matching band and binding / today the hat is equally popular with men and women / also called a DERBY BUSH HAT / originally an Australian BUSH HAT, the term today refers to a wide variety of outdoor type hats / the standard style usually refers to a fedora style hat with the brim turned up on one side BICORNE HAT / this hat was worn in the late 1700’s and characterized by a brim that was folded up to form two points / worn by Napoleon with a tri-color cockade BLOCK / the wooden form use to establish the finished shape of felt hats / BLOCKING is the procedure that creates the body and longevity in the finished hat BRIM / the projecting edge of a hat BLACK TIE EVENT / an occasion wherein formal attire is expected / DERBIES, TOP HATS, COACHMAN’S HATS, HOMBURGS, FEDORAS, AND COWBOY HATS may be worn with the appropriate outfit BINDING / a narrow ribbon sewn around the edge of the brim of a hat BREAK / usually the strongest point of the hat, it is the right angle where the crown meets the brim Back to Top C CAVALRY HAT / a hat with a teardrop crown and a 3 1/2 inch flat dip brim / most common colors are navy or light gray / round braided cord with acorns is standard hat band treatment / exact specifications on this hat vary because standardization was not the norm during the Civil War CATTLEMAN CREASE / a favorite cowboy crease worn by most cattle ranchers CLEAN AND BLOCK / a general term used to mean "bring back to a new-like appearance” when referring to western hats and fedoras CHURCH HAT / a very dressy ladies hat that may be worn to any fancy occasion CHARRO HAT / the CHARRO hat is typically a PACHUCA or a SAN LUIS MODERADO / both feature the back rolled up and four deep dents in the tall crown to protect the rider’s head in a fall / the border at the edge of the brim and a tall design around the crown are embroidered or appliquéd in suede / silver disks are often placed on the sides of the crown CARROTING / a procedure for treating the wool or fur hairs with acids to cause split ends and curling hairs which helps in the felting process / it produces a reddish-yellow color which is why it’s called CARROTING CHEF’S HAT / white starched hat with a tall crown / French tradition states that the hat should have 100 pleats to represent the number of ways a great chef can prepare eggs COWBOY HAT / a hat originally made with a tall crown and wide brim / generally accepted as first being made by John Batterson Stetson and recognized the world over as a cultural American icon CROWN / the top part of a hat COLORFAST / dyed in a manner whereby the color does not run when wet CONSERVATIVE / conventional, traditional CLASSIC LOOK / timeless style, not trendy CHAPEAU / a small three-cornered flat silk hat worn during the 1700’s CAPELINE / roughly shaped crown and brim of felt or straw, to be blocked to form a hat COONSKIN CAP / the original coonskin cap consisted of the entire skin of the raccoon including the head and tail / it was a traditional Native American article of clothing / the resurgent popularity of the cap during the 1950’s was due to a Disney TV show / Although Daniel Boone and Davey Crockett were thought to have worn the caps, in reality they never did CALOTTE / a skull cap worn by Roman Catholic priests COSSACK CAP / a brimless fur hat worn for centuries by Russian Cossacks living on the banks of the Cuban river / it is popular today among businessmen because diplomats often wear them CAMPAIGN HAT / a hat adopted by the US Army in the early 20th century / it is thought that the origin of the four dents is so the hat could better shed water / it is popular today among scout leaders and drill instructors COCKADE / ornamental decoration made of strips of leather or ribbon made into a rosette / it can be worn as a sign of rank of office COOLIE HAT / a conical straw hat worn in Asia by Chinese coolies as protection against the sun COACHMAN’S HAT / short top hat dating back to the 19th century COCKTAIL HAT / a small brimless hat or hair ornament worn by women / it may be conservative or exotic (like those worn by the Ziegfield Follies) CONFORMATEUR / a device for measuring the shape of a head in size and oval so that a perfectly-fitting hat can be made / the device was made by Allie Maillard in Paris, France in the 1840’s and exhibited at the World’s Fair in 1844-46 Back to Top D DUKE / the shape is one of the favorites of John Wayne / it’s a tall teardrop with an oversized brim / when people mention John Wayne’s name, most remember him wearing this style cowboy hat DON WILLIAMS / a fur felt hat with a hard-creased teardrop and a hand-rolled brim / hat style made famous by the singer, songwriter Don Williams DROVER / see SNOWY RIVER DYED IN THE WOOL / refers to yarn dyed while in the raw form making it colorfast and before it is made into fabric / all hat materials are done in this manner so as to prevent the color from coming out in the rain DYE UPTAKE / the capacity for material to absorb and hold color while remaining colorfast DERBY / see bowler DEERSTALKER / a cap with a bill at the front and back of the hat and earflaps that can be tied up over the crown / also called a SHERLOCK HOLMES CAP DOWNTURN BRIM / a brim that is turned slightly down front and back while remaining straight on the sides / also called a SAFARI BRIM DOWDY / unfashionable DU-RAG / originally a pre-civil war thin cloth worn by slaves working the fields / in theory, they would leave the cloth setting on the ground overnight to soak up the dew / the next morning they’d put it on when they started work / after the war when the slaves were freed this item was forgotten / it has been revived today more as a fashion statement / the hip hop scene or bikers may be seen wearing them Back to Top E EGGSHELL / off white in color similar to the color of eggshells ENGLISH DRIVING CAP / low profile cap with a small bill in front that may or may not be sewn down or snapped down / an ivy cap ELASTIC / material that can be stretched without permanent alteration of size / used today in the making of some hats as a sweatband / elastic sweatbands allow a snug but comfortable fit EYELETS / small reinforced holes placed in the side crown of the hat for ventilation Back to Top F FASHIONABLE / stylish FASHION POLICE / a self-appointed group of experts who continually talk about the fashion sense of others, usually disparagingly FEDORA / a term widely used to describe men’s dress hats of all types FEATHER HEAD-DRESS / ceremonial and symbolic head cover worn by the North American Indian Tribes FELT / non-woven fabric formed by treating the fibers with heat and steam pressure / wool felt and fur felt are primary fabrics used in making many hats FERRONIERE / a chain worn around the head for ornamentation with a jewel in the middle FEZ / burgundy wool felt conical hat with a flat top worn by the Shriners, trimmed with a long black tassel and rhinestone letters denoting rank and position in the organization / the name originated in Turkey and was the national head-dress until it was outlawed in the 1920’s FLAX / a natural plant cultivated for it’s textile fiber FORAGE CAP / military cap with a small brim / also called a KEPI FULLING / controlled intentional shrinking of fabric / also called FELTING FRENCH LIGNE / a unit of measurement / it was in use prior to the French adaptation of the metric system in the late 1700’s / it is still used today in the hat industry to measure ribbon width and the standardized conversion is 2.2558291 mm (1 mm = 0.443296 ligne) FORMILLION / the companion piece to the CONFORMATEUR / this device translates the image reduced by the conformateur into the full size head mold which exactly matches the shape of the head of the person who had been measured Back to Top G GATSBY CAP / an English driving cap GAUCHO HAT / a black felt hat with a low flat crown and a wide flat brim, often worn with a chin strap GLENGARRY / a Scottish cap usually higher in the front than the back with short ribbons hanging down the back (similar to today’s folded military cap) GOATSKIN / leather made from a goat, sometimes used in sweatbands GROSGRAIN / a type of very fine quality ribbon used on cowboy hats for decoration / the width of the ribbon varies and is measured in French lignes GROMMET / reinforced eyelet GIBUS / collapsible top hat patented in 1837 by the French inventor of the same name GUS HAT / refers to a specific style cowboy hat with a trail worn look, sloped crown and mellow rolled brim / Robert Duvall popularized the look when he wore one in "Lonesome Dove” / this look has been a favorite among cowboys and wannabe cowboys for over a decade GEORGE STRAIT HAT / refers to the style hat worn by singer and songwriter George Strait wherein he took the century old rancher style hat and added his squared off brim to the traditional look to come up with a style that took America by storm in the 1980’s and is still going strong GODFATHER / the HOMBURG got a new name when Al Pacino wore it in the classic film "The Godfather” / see HOMBURG Back to Top H HAT / an item of dress worn on the head, from a word of Saxon origin meaning hood HEADSHAPE / the pattern created by the FORMILLION HAT BAND / a decorative strip placed around the outside of the hat at the break HOOD / cone or capeline of felt or straw for making hats HOMBURG / popularized by Edward, Prince of Wales in the 1890’s and worn since then as a formal dress hat / Dwight Eisenhower wore a homburg at his inauguration in 1953 / there is little variation in style / it is a round crown hat with a center crease only and a small pencil-curled brim with a matching band and binding HERRINGBONE / a popular weave in men’s winter caps and hats, the pattern consists of short slanted parallel lines running lengthwise and crosswise in the fabric HIJAB / a covering for a Muslim woman’s head and face HORSEHAIR / hairs from a horse’s mane and tail used to make beautiful hat bands for cowboy hats HELMET / protective headgear worn in many industries and sports / the correct helmet must be worn for it’s respective application as standards for helmet construction match the application HOPALONG CASSIDY HAT / a style hat worn by the famous western character / refers to a black hat with tall sloped crown and oversize pencil-curled brim, trimmed with black binding and band / the HOPPI is an old time favorite HOSS HAT / a fur felt hat made famous by Dan Blocker in the original TV series "Bonanza” / Hoss was a big guy and he wore a 7-inch tall open crown and a 4 1/2 inch handrolled brim HASHKNIFE HAT / see GUS HAT / cowboys from different parts of the country called the same hat style different names in the Old West and they still do today Back to Top I INDIGO / a deep blue color / substance from the plant of the genus indigofera largely used as a blue dye IVY CAP / an English driving cap / a round soft cloth cap with a small brim (the brim is either sewn down or snapped down) and a deeper back / also called a GOLF CAP or a DRIVING CAP INDIANA JONES HAT / a SAFARI style hat with a dimensional brim that can be worn as a downturn brim or a snap brim / Harrison Ford wore slightly different versions of the hat in all the INDIANA JONES movies he made / he is given credit by those in the hat industry for making hats stylish and popular again Back to Top J JERSEY / plain knit woolen fabric used in cap and hat making JOCKEY CAP / close fitting 6-panel cloth cap with a small brim in front JUTE / a fiber used in hat making and also in hat trim JULIET CAP / skull cap worn by Renaissance women and decorated with jewels and pearls Back to Top K L LITTLE JOE HAT / the gambler style worn by Michael Landon as Little Joe Cartwright in the TV series "Bonanza” LEATHER / material made from the skin of an animal / leather sweatbands are often a blue roan leather / lightweight Aussie style hats are made from Kangaroo leather or Boarhide leather / calfskin and cow hides are often used in hat making and trims LEURING LATHE / a motorized turntable with a block support / the hat is "polished” as it turns to impart a sheen to the fur fibers, especially the crown Back to Top M MONTANA PEAK HAT / a tall sloped crown hat that easily sheds water / also, a 4-dent crease (similar to a campaign hat) with a pencil-curled brim MEXICAN SOMBRERO / a very large hat in a distinctive style that can be plain or fancy; most MEXICAN SOMBREROS are heavy and unwieldy, used more for fun than work MILLINER / one who designs, makes, sells or trims hats MITRE / head cover worn by bishops in the Catholic clergy, characterized by two peaks MORTARBOARD / flat, square head cover worn by professors and students at graduation MULLING / dampening or steaming a felt or straw hat in preparation for blocking MUSHROOM HAT / a ladies hat with a large downward curving brim like the one worn by Audrey Hepburn in "Breakfast at Tiffany’s” / also called a LAMPSHADE HAT MOURNING BONNET / a black bonnet worn by widows during the 1800’s MATADOR HAT / the hat worn by bullfighters; the shape of the hat is like the head of a bull Back to Top N NEWSBOY CAP / popular cap style with a full 8-panel crown and small bill in front; the name originated because young boys delivering newspapers in the 1920’s commonly wore them; today, NEWSBOY CAPS are a popular fashion item with women NIGHT CAP / men’s cap worn informally indoors from the 1500’s to the 1800’s / it had a deep crown made in four segments and the edge turned up to form a close-fitting brim NIQAB / face veil worn by Islamic women, together with the HIJAB (head-cover) Back to Top O OPTIMO / a straw hat style with an open crown that has a ridge extending from the front to the back of the crown and a snap brim OVERSEAS CAP / wedge-shaped foldable uniform cap made of cotton or wool / also called a GARRISON CAP OPERA HAT / a top hat / a gibus OPEN ROAD HAT / one of the most popular style fur felt hats ever made by Stetson / production on the Open Road has been continuous for over 50 years / it is a smaller proportioned hat than most cowboy hats of the time and preferred by bankers, lawmen, ranchers and presidents Back to Top P PALE RIDER HAT / this is a distinctive style worn by Clint Eastwood in the movie "Pale Rider” PLAIN INDIAN HAT / an open crown flat brim black felt hat with a beaded hat band / This hat got it’s name from the Old West.

Hats were shipped uncreased to the general stores and then creased to the customer’s liking upon purchase.

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” BEN HOGAN / an English driving cap BERET / a round flat woolen cap BOATER / a stiff short flat top hat with a small flat brim / it’s usually trimmed with a wide navy colored ribbon that has a narrow red horizontal stripe running through the middle of the ribbon / the hat is surprisingly comfortable because it has a floating sweatband BEAVER FELT / the finest and most expensive hatter’s felt BRETON / a hat with a brim that rolls up all around (similar to a sailor’s hat) BOWLER / this hat started out in the mid 1800’s as protective headgear for horsemen / the round crown was stiffened hard to protect the head from tree branches and flying rocks / the style was popularized when the Earl of Derby in England started wearing one / the hat has a small pencil-curled brim with a matching band and binding / today the hat is equally popular with men and women / also called a DERBY BUSH HAT / originally an Australian BUSH HAT, the term today refers to a wide variety of outdoor type hats / the standard style usually refers to a fedora style hat with the brim turned up on one side BICORNE HAT / this hat was worn in the late 1700’s and characterized by a brim that was folded up to form two points / worn by Napoleon with a tri-color cockade BLOCK / the wooden form use to establish the finished shape of felt hats / BLOCKING is the procedure that creates the body and longevity in the finished hat BRIM / the projecting edge of a hat BLACK TIE EVENT / an occasion wherein formal attire is expected / DERBIES, TOP HATS, COACHMAN’S HATS, HOMBURGS, FEDORAS, AND COWBOY HATS may be worn with the appropriate outfit BINDING / a narrow ribbon sewn around the edge of the brim of a hat BREAK / usually the strongest point of the hat, it is the right angle where the crown meets the brim Back to Top C CAVALRY HAT / a hat with a teardrop crown and a 3 1/2 inch flat dip brim / most common colors are navy or light gray / round braided cord with acorns is standard hat band treatment / exact specifications on this hat vary because standardization was not the norm during the Civil War CATTLEMAN CREASE / a favorite cowboy crease worn by most cattle ranchers CLEAN AND BLOCK / a general term used to mean "bring back to a new-like appearance” when referring to western hats and fedoras CHURCH HAT / a very dressy ladies hat that may be worn to any fancy occasion CHARRO HAT / the CHARRO hat is typically a PACHUCA or a SAN LUIS MODERADO / both feature the back rolled up and four deep dents in the tall crown to protect the rider’s head in a fall / the border at the edge of the brim and a tall design around the crown are embroidered or appliquéd in suede / silver disks are often placed on the sides of the crown CARROTING / a procedure for treating the wool or fur hairs with acids to cause split ends and curling hairs which helps in the felting process / it produces a reddish-yellow color which is why it’s called CARROTING CHEF’S HAT / white starched hat with a tall crown / French tradition states that the hat should have 100 pleats to represent the number of ways a great chef can prepare eggs COWBOY HAT / a hat originally made with a tall crown and wide brim / generally accepted as first being made by John Batterson Stetson and recognized the world over as a cultural American icon CROWN / the top part of a hat COLORFAST / dyed in a manner whereby the color does not run when wet CONSERVATIVE / conventional, traditional CLASSIC LOOK / timeless style, not trendy CHAPEAU / a small three-cornered flat silk hat worn during the 1700’s CAPELINE / roughly shaped crown and brim of felt or straw, to be blocked to form a hat COONSKIN CAP / the original coonskin cap consisted of the entire skin of the raccoon including the head and tail / it was a traditional Native American article of clothing / the resurgent popularity of the cap during the 1950’s was due to a Disney TV show / Although Daniel Boone and Davey Crockett were thought to have worn the caps, in reality they never did CALOTTE / a skull cap worn by Roman Catholic priests COSSACK CAP / a brimless fur hat worn for centuries by Russian Cossacks living on the banks of the Cuban river / it is popular today among businessmen because diplomats often wear them CAMPAIGN HAT / a hat adopted by the US Army in the early 20th century / it is thought that the origin of the four dents is so the hat could better shed water / it is popular today among scout leaders and drill instructors COCKADE / ornamental decoration made of strips of leather or ribbon made into a rosette / it can be worn as a sign of rank of office COOLIE HAT / a conical straw hat worn in Asia by Chinese coolies as protection against the sun COACHMAN’S HAT / short top hat dating back to the 19th century COCKTAIL HAT / a small brimless hat or hair ornament worn by women / it may be conservative or exotic (like those worn by the Ziegfield Follies) CONFORMATEUR / a device for measuring the shape of a head in size and oval so that a perfectly-fitting hat can be made / the device was made by Allie Maillard in Paris, France in the 1840’s and exhibited at the World’s Fair in 1844-46 Back to Top D DUKE / the shape is one of the favorites of John Wayne / it’s a tall teardrop with an oversized brim / when people mention John Wayne’s name, most remember him wearing this style cowboy hat DON WILLIAMS / a fur felt hat with a hard-creased teardrop and a hand-rolled brim / hat style made famous by the singer, songwriter Don Williams DROVER / see SNOWY RIVER DYED IN THE WOOL / refers to yarn dyed while in the raw form making it colorfast and before it is made into fabric / all hat materials are done in this manner so as to prevent the color from coming out in the rain DYE UPTAKE / the capacity for material to absorb and hold color while remaining colorfast DERBY / see bowler DEERSTALKER / a cap with a bill at the front and back of the hat and earflaps that can be tied up over the crown / also called a SHERLOCK HOLMES CAP DOWNTURN BRIM / a brim that is turned slightly down front and back while remaining straight on the sides / also called a SAFARI BRIM DOWDY / unfashionable DU-RAG / originally a pre-civil war thin cloth worn by slaves working the fields / in theory, they would leave the cloth setting on the ground overnight to soak up the dew / the next morning they’d put it on when they started work / after the war when the slaves were freed this item was forgotten / it has been revived today more as a fashion statement / the hip hop scene or bikers may be seen wearing them Back to Top E EGGSHELL / off white in color similar to the color of eggshells ENGLISH DRIVING CAP / low profile cap with a small bill in front that may or may not be sewn down or snapped down / an ivy cap ELASTIC / material that can be stretched without permanent alteration of size / used today in the making of some hats as a sweatband / elastic sweatbands allow a snug but comfortable fit EYELETS / small reinforced holes placed in the side crown of the hat for ventilation Back to Top F FASHIONABLE / stylish FASHION POLICE / a self-appointed group of experts who continually talk about the fashion sense of others, usually disparagingly FEDORA / a term widely used to describe men’s dress hats of all types FEATHER HEAD-DRESS / ceremonial and symbolic head cover worn by the North American Indian Tribes FELT / non-woven fabric formed by treating the fibers with heat and steam pressure / wool felt and fur felt are primary fabrics used in making many hats FERRONIERE / a chain worn around the head for ornamentation with a jewel in the middle FEZ / burgundy wool felt conical hat with a flat top worn by the Shriners, trimmed with a long black tassel and rhinestone letters denoting rank and position in the organization / the name originated in Turkey and was the national head-dress until it was outlawed in the 1920’s FLAX / a natural plant cultivated for it’s textile fiber FORAGE CAP / military cap with a small brim / also called a KEPI FULLING / controlled intentional shrinking of fabric / also called FELTING FRENCH LIGNE / a unit of measurement / it was in use prior to the French adaptation of the metric system in the late 1700’s / it is still used today in the hat industry to measure ribbon width and the standardized conversion is 2.2558291 mm (1 mm = 0.443296 ligne) FORMILLION / the companion piece to the CONFORMATEUR / this device translates the image reduced by the conformateur into the full size head mold which exactly matches the shape of the head of the person who had been measured Back to Top G GATSBY CAP / an English driving cap GAUCHO HAT / a black felt hat with a low flat crown and a wide flat brim, often worn with a chin strap GLENGARRY / a Scottish cap usually higher in the front than the back with short ribbons hanging down the back (similar to today’s folded military cap) GOATSKIN / leather made from a goat, sometimes used in sweatbands GROSGRAIN / a type of very fine quality ribbon used on cowboy hats for decoration / the width of the ribbon varies and is measured in French lignes GROMMET / reinforced eyelet GIBUS / collapsible top hat patented in 1837 by the French inventor of the same name GUS HAT / refers to a specific style cowboy hat with a trail worn look, sloped crown and mellow rolled brim / Robert Duvall popularized the look when he wore one in "Lonesome Dove” / this look has been a favorite among cowboys and wannabe cowboys for over a decade GEORGE STRAIT HAT / refers to the style hat worn by singer and songwriter George Strait wherein he took the century old rancher style hat and added his squared off brim to the traditional look to come up with a style that took America by storm in the 1980’s and is still going strong GODFATHER / the HOMBURG got a new name when Al Pacino wore it in the classic film "The Godfather” / see HOMBURG Back to Top H HAT / an item of dress worn on the head, from a word of Saxon origin meaning hood HEADSHAPE / the pattern created by the FORMILLION HAT BAND / a decorative strip placed around the outside of the hat at the break HOOD / cone or capeline of felt or straw for making hats HOMBURG / popularized by Edward, Prince of Wales in the 1890’s and worn since then as a formal dress hat / Dwight Eisenhower wore a homburg at his inauguration in 1953 / there is little variation in style / it is a round crown hat with a center crease only and a small pencil-curled brim with a matching band and binding HERRINGBONE / a popular weave in men’s winter caps and hats, the pattern consists of short slanted parallel lines running lengthwise and crosswise in the fabric HIJAB / a covering for a Muslim woman’s head and face HORSEHAIR / hairs from a horse’s mane and tail used to make beautiful hat bands for cowboy hats HELMET / protective headgear worn in many industries and sports / the correct helmet must be worn for it’s respective application as standards for helmet construction match the application HOPALONG CASSIDY HAT / a style hat worn by the famous western character / refers to a black hat with tall sloped crown and oversize pencil-curled brim, trimmed with black binding and band / the HOPPI is an old time favorite HOSS HAT / a fur felt hat made famous by Dan Blocker in the original TV series "Bonanza” / Hoss was a big guy and he wore a 7-inch tall open crown and a 4 1/2 inch handrolled brim HASHKNIFE HAT / see GUS HAT / cowboys from different parts of the country called the same hat style different names in the Old West and they still do today Back to Top I INDIGO / a deep blue color / substance from the plant of the genus indigofera largely used as a blue dye IVY CAP / an English driving cap / a round soft cloth cap with a small brim (the brim is either sewn down or snapped down) and a deeper back / also called a GOLF CAP or a DRIVING CAP INDIANA JONES HAT / a SAFARI style hat with a dimensional brim that can be worn as a downturn brim or a snap brim / Harrison Ford wore slightly different versions of the hat in all the INDIANA JONES movies he made / he is given credit by those in the hat industry for making hats stylish and popular again Back to Top J JERSEY / plain knit woolen fabric used in cap and hat making JOCKEY CAP / close fitting 6-panel cloth cap with a small brim in front JUTE / a fiber used in hat making and also in hat trim JULIET CAP / skull cap worn by Renaissance women and decorated with jewels and pearls Back to Top K L LITTLE JOE HAT / the gambler style worn by Michael Landon as Little Joe Cartwright in the TV series "Bonanza” LEATHER / material made from the skin of an animal / leather sweatbands are often a blue roan leather / lightweight Aussie style hats are made from Kangaroo leather or Boarhide leather / calfskin and cow hides are often used in hat making and trims LEURING LATHE / a motorized turntable with a block support / the hat is "polished” as it turns to impart a sheen to the fur fibers, especially the crown Back to Top M MONTANA PEAK HAT / a tall sloped crown hat that easily sheds water / also, a 4-dent crease (similar to a campaign hat) with a pencil-curled brim MEXICAN SOMBRERO / a very large hat in a distinctive style that can be plain or fancy; most MEXICAN SOMBREROS are heavy and unwieldy, used more for fun than work MILLINER / one who designs, makes, sells or trims hats MITRE / head cover worn by bishops in the Catholic clergy, characterized by two peaks MORTARBOARD / flat, square head cover worn by professors and students at graduation MULLING / dampening or steaming a felt or straw hat in preparation for blocking MUSHROOM HAT / a ladies hat with a large downward curving brim like the one worn by Audrey Hepburn in "Breakfast at Tiffany’s” / also called a LAMPSHADE HAT MOURNING BONNET / a black bonnet worn by widows during the 1800’s MATADOR HAT / the hat worn by bullfighters; the shape of the hat is like the head of a bull Back to Top N NEWSBOY CAP / popular cap style with a full 8-panel crown and small bill in front; the name originated because young boys delivering newspapers in the 1920’s commonly wore them; today, NEWSBOY CAPS are a popular fashion item with women NIGHT CAP / men’s cap worn informally indoors from the 1500’s to the 1800’s / it had a deep crown made in four segments and the edge turned up to form a close-fitting brim NIQAB / face veil worn by Islamic women, together with the HIJAB (head-cover) Back to Top O OPTIMO / a straw hat style with an open crown that has a ridge extending from the front to the back of the crown and a snap brim OVERSEAS CAP / wedge-shaped foldable uniform cap made of cotton or wool / also called a GARRISON CAP OPERA HAT / a top hat / a gibus OPEN ROAD HAT / one of the most popular style fur felt hats ever made by Stetson / production on the Open Road has been continuous for over 50 years / it is a smaller proportioned hat than most cowboy hats of the time and preferred by bankers, lawmen, ranchers and presidents Back to Top P PALE RIDER HAT / this is a distinctive style worn by Clint Eastwood in the movie "Pale Rider” PLAIN INDIAN HAT / an open crown flat brim black felt hat with a beaded hat band / This hat got it’s name from the Old West.

Hats were shipped uncreased to the general stores and then creased to the customer’s liking upon purchase.

PUGAREE BAND / a popular wide hat band usually with 3 pleats worn on golf style hats PLANTER’S HAT / this style hat is a throwback to the sugar plantations / however, today the term usually refers to a gambler style crown and a wide brim PURITAN HAT / tall flat-crowned hat with a wide flat brim, wide band and big silver buckle on the hat band / also called a CAVALIER HAT POUNCING / a term used to describe the finishing of a felt hat with fine emery paper to impart a particular surface texture to the felt / a process usually tackled by a Master Hatter Back to Top Q QUAKER HAT / rounded blocked low crown hat with a 4-inch upturned brim QUIGLEY / a fur felt hat made popular by the movie "Quigley Down Under” / the hat has a tall sloped crown and a wide brim/ although it can be made in any color, the authentic color is bone Back to Top R REX WALKER / a trilby worn so often by the actor that his name was lent to the style and it took on a distinct look of it’s own / a small fedora of the cut-and-sewn variety in wool herringbone and tweed fabrics / considered a traditional style today RAFFIA / natural straw grown in Madagascar and used for many purposes including making hats RAMIE / a Chinese and East Indian plant of the nettle family, Bhmeria Nivea, more commonly called grass-cloth; the fine fiber of this plant is used in weaving lightweight fabric for hats RAYON / fiber from woody plants used in making hats ROBIN HOOD HAT / a conical hat turned up in back and down to a point in front and trimmed with a long quill ROUGH RIDER HAT / a model 1889 campaign hat in medium brown ROSETTE / a decoration consisting of strips of ribbon, leather, etc designed in a concentric circle to resemble a rose Back to Top S STINGY BRIM / a very small brim, usually 3/4 inch to 1 3/4 inch typically worn on fedoras STINGY BRIM HAT / a fedora with a stingy brim SPANISH SOMBRERO /a very large hat in a distinctive style worn as a work hat on Spanish ranches to protect the head and shoulders from sun; the hat was very lightweight and comfortable STAMPEDE STRAP / a cowboy term that refers to the chin cord worn on a western hat SNOWY RIVER HAT / fur felt hat in an outback style with a low crown and 3-3 1/2 inch brim; the hat gained fame and popularity after it was worn by the hero in the movie, "The Man from Snowy River” SAILOR HAT / boater, skimmer SILK HAT / top hat with a long-hair finish SKULL CAP / close-fitting cap of soft material SLOUCH HAT / cavalry type hat with one side of the brim bent downward / also called a Garbo Hat after the actress Greta Garbo SELF BAND / a hat band made out of the same material as the hat SISAL / the fiber of the agave and fourcroya plant used in hat making SNAP BRIM / a brim that has been flanged to allow the wearer to wear it up all-around or partially up and partially down / there is a "snap” in the brim SOMBRERO / a very large Mexican or Spanish hat that can be made of felt or straw; the crown can be as tall as 7-8 inches and the brim can be as wide as 10 inches / an icon of the Hispanic culture STOVEPIPE HAT / a 19th century top hat style popularized by Abe Lincoln SNOOD / an ornamental hair net supporting the back of a woman’s hair SUEDE FELT / a fur hood finished with a suede-like nap SMOKING HAT / a man’s pill box shape hat worn during the 1800’s to keep the hair from smelling like smoke ST CATHARINE OF ALEXANDRIA / the Patron Saint of Milliners in France, celebrated November 2nd ST CLEMENT I / the Patron Saint of Hatters in England, celebrated November 23rd / by tradition, St Clement I is credited as being the discoverer of felt SUGARLOAF HAT / a tall hat with a curved crown in the shape of a loaf SWATCH / a sample piece of felt; a collection of samples bound together SIMON & SIMON HAT / a small outback hat in fur felt made famous by Gerald Mc Raney as the character Rick Simon in the TV series "Simon-and-Simon” which aired in the early 1980’s STETSON / a word that will forever stand alone as another meaning for cowboy hat / John Batterson Stetson (1830-1906), son of a Master Hatter and knowledgeable in the trade designed a large broad-brimmed hat and began manufacturing them in 1865.

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