Stetson Stories

150 Years of Genuine American Heritage

The Hat with No Name Seager Co x Stetson

There certainly is a feeling, a kind of a rush, that you get while watching a classic Western Clint Eastwood movie. You immediately connect with his character, making you wish you were out on the plains solving problems with few words and a six-shooter. That feeling you get from watching his films is something we

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Mother’s Day with Ranch Wives

It is said that all love begins and ends with motherhood. Meet two moms who are putting their spin on being a ranch mom in the twenty-first century and sharing their story along the way. Part One: Photography by Tawnee Williams JaTanna and Natalie have been friends since before they can remember. Back to the

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Mariachi Reyna de Los Angeles

Story and photography by Sam Raetz In a profession historically reserved for machismo and facial hair, one mariachi band has become a trailblazer for the next generation of female musicians who envision themselves on stage. Purists in sound and style, Mariachi Reyna de Los Angeles takes great pride in the traditions of their culture. Reyna

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Keep it public

Story and photography by Ben Matthews The term, “Public Lands” has become a sort of a buzzword these days in certain industries around the US. If you step back and think about the term, it simply means land that can be used by and is for the public. That’s you, that’s me, that’s all of

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Conservation at Caprock Canyons State Park

Photographer, Tristin Lain, and writer, Max Westheimer visit the public lands at Caprock State Park and witness the extraordinary efforts of conserving the native Texan Bison population. Here’s their Stetson story. As we bumped over the cattle guard into Caprock Canyons State Park, the fog lifted, and we laid eyes on one of the five

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Hunting featuring the Realtree collection

Photography by Michael Penn Jr

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