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Long before pioneers were heading out on the Oregon Trail, mountain men like Daniel Boone and Davy Crockett were kings of the Wild Frontier. Like a lot of mountain men who were breaking new ground and exploring the territories hinted at by the expedition of Lewis and Clark, they often wore very functional trapper hats like these. They were great for the Fall, Winter and Spring when the morning might start out cold and you needed to keep your ears warm, but as the sun grew higher in the sky the heat of the day called for freeing up more of your face.
While a trapper hat like this one might have been thought of as a functional piece of headwear in the 1800s, today it is arguably a bit stylish. Especially if you want to depict a mountain man or a historical figure from that era at a costume party. This classic piece of headwear might have originally been made from animal products, but this one is made from modern-day polyester-based fabrics.