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"1. A fashion question 2. Really really old heads answer this. "


  

          

Trends are funny in that you have trends that are remembered for a long long time long after the trend falls out of favor and at the same time there are trends that are completely forgotten.

I'm talking about a forgotten trend that I'm trying to understand a bit.

I didnt notice it at first but now I kinda can't ignore it when I look at old photos.

What is the explanation with black men wearing cowboy hats in the 70s and maybe even 80s? I have family photos with my uncles wearing them shits and I thought it was kind of their thing until I started seeing it in other places.

Would this shit ever make a comeback?

http://www.iloveoldschoolmusic.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Screen-Shot-2015-12-05-at-2.09.05-PM.jpg

https://www.citynews1130.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/sites/9/2018/08/16/NYDK513-417_1978_000000_hd.jpg

https://media.gettyimages.com/photos/photo-of-soul-clan-and-joe-tex-and-ben-e-king-joe-tex-and-ben-e-king-picture-id85841469

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/c/c4/James_Brown_Soul_Syndrome.jpg

https://i.pinimg.com/originals/44/22/69/442269085d898f703f3ffc75ee54d4d0.jpg

https://media.gettyimages.com/photos/soul-clan-with-peter-wolf-of-the-j-geils-band-at-the-savoy-in-new-picture-id553136171?k=6&m=553136171&s=612x612&w=0&h=DdaSwUW3WDLIxfnvOW6b-gGmcYhGd7WCwE8S__DeYZw=


just....what?

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Don't let Cam Newton or Russel Westbrook see this post.
Feb 05th 2019
1
My Dad got us a matching set in 1980 for Christmas
Feb 05th 2019
2
his name is von miller...hes holding down for that look
Feb 05th 2019
3
Every uncle in my fam had one
Feb 05th 2019
4
my dad used to rock the hats and the boots in the 70's & 80's
Feb 05th 2019
5
Moe Dee
Feb 05th 2019
6
thst's the one trend i've been waiting to return.
Feb 05th 2019
7
hoodie and sneakers though?
Feb 06th 2019
12
Gap Band
Feb 05th 2019
8
jesus, prime fucking example. I totally forgot about them
Feb 06th 2019
13
Camp Lo count?
Feb 05th 2019
9
I think it would be harder for men...
Feb 05th 2019
10
No Isley Brother Pic?!?!
Feb 06th 2019
11
an actual answer: the late 70s-early 80s urban cowboy era
Feb 06th 2019
14
Country kinda was the thing ....
Feb 06th 2019
15
Interesting...I'm remembering stuff now...
Feb 06th 2019
16
lol yup. my pop went through his country music phase in the early 80s
Feb 09th 2019
34
Theory: Is it because cowboys were the “manliest” men?
Feb 06th 2019
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this is my vote. every brother i saw rocking one was usually some
Feb 10th 2019
38
Any brotha walking into a bar with a cowboy hat on in the 70’s
Feb 06th 2019
18
Where you from? Bros in Louisiana and Texas still rock'em especially at....
Feb 06th 2019
19
alright so, actually funny you mention Louisiana
Feb 06th 2019
20
Yeah, DN! It's alive and well. Creoles were the first Cowboys...
Feb 06th 2019
23
      since we are doing history time....
Feb 06th 2019
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           Yup! And as I suspected, he was from Louisiana. Born in NO to be exact.....
Feb 06th 2019
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alright so, actually funny you mention Louisiana
Feb 06th 2019
21
We the original cowboys, so why not?
Feb 06th 2019
22
Huh? Pretty sure Mexicans brought it here
Feb 06th 2019
28
Maybe it's just regional now. I walked through an airport on Saturday.
Feb 06th 2019
25
prolly coincided witth this (swipe)
Feb 06th 2019
27
      makes sense
Feb 06th 2019
29
I don't think my dad had a cowboy hat
Feb 06th 2019
30
Marvin Gaye
Feb 07th 2019
31
The show Dallas
Feb 09th 2019
32
historically black cowboys were everywhere
Feb 09th 2019
33
real ones, yeah, but uncle cleavon wasn't ropin no steer, man
Feb 09th 2019
36
lol no idea but recently AF i saw two examples
Feb 09th 2019
35
Was at a graduation party and somebody Uncle was rocking it.
Feb 09th 2019
37

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1. "Don't let Cam Newton or Russel Westbrook see this post."
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2. "My Dad got us a matching set in 1980 for Christmas"
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It's one of my cherished pictures. I can't look at it without tearing up. See you later Space Cowboy....

Seen enough to eye you/
But I've seen too much to try you

  

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3. "his name is von miller...hes holding down for that look"
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harden from time to time too

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4. "Every uncle in my fam had one "
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shut up already, damn

  

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5. "my dad used to rock the hats and the boots in the 70's & 80's"
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6. "Moe Dee"
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https://youtu.be/auhwI00iKWg

  

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7. "thst's the one trend i've been waiting to return."
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i have yet to see somebody to rock it with a hoodie and sneakers.
that's the new wave lol.

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12. "hoodie and sneakers though? "
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Wed Feb-06-19 10:15 AM by double negative

  

          

i hate how we've been on a decades long slide into being comfortable all the time.

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8. "Gap Band"
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https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/c/ca/Gap_Band_V.jpg

  

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13. "jesus, prime fucking example. I totally forgot about them"
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9. "Camp Lo count? "
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all my uncles had one...all the older uncles that were in their 30's 40's 50's when I was a kid.


I feel like it still pops in the midwest/south/texas



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10. "I think it would be harder for men..."
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like. there isn’t really any versatility in that style. I hated back then and hate it now lol
then again. I remember when the ladies went through the cowgirl hat stage. Hated that too...

  

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11. "No Isley Brother Pic?!?!"
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https://cdn-s3.allmusic.com/release-covers/500/0001/539/0001539744.jpg

Great observation by the way.


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14. "an actual answer: the late 70s-early 80s urban cowboy era"
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there was a period where that whole country-chic thing was in parallelling an increased popularity for country music (several country variety shows, the popularity of folks like Kenny ROgers, Barbara Mandrell and their ilk)

hence you had all kinda famous people (not just Black) wearing cowboy hats, cowboy boots, tight-a$$ jeans, and even clothes with fringes and whatnot

see also: Rick James "fire it up" cover as yet another example of us doing what we do and being super-extra with it

i have pics from my mother's hangouts where several folks are going that route

also consider: in certain southern locales (Houston for sure) there are people non-ironically wearing this type of gear to this day

  

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15. "Country kinda was the thing ...."
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I was just a kid then...but my dad who was a DJ told me that it was kind of a reset after they killed off disco and before boogie....

think Barbara Mandrell and the Oakridge boys...

Even John Travolta who had did Saturday Night Fever did a 180 and did Urban Cowboy...



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16. "Interesting...I'm remembering stuff now..."
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as an 80s baby...I'm recalling the things you mentioned.


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34. "lol yup. my pop went through his country music phase in the early 80s"
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it's doing something arduous and
creating something of value and then
being able to reflect on the fruits of your labor

  

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17. "Theory: Is it because cowboys were the “manliest” men?"
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Like, pre badass TV cop, or 70’s 80’s kill-everything-moving cop, didn’t that generation grow up with Gunsmoke, Bonanza, etc?

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38. "this is my vote. every brother i saw rocking one was usually some"
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big macho type cat

  

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18. "Any brotha walking into a bar with a cowboy hat on in the 70’s"
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was not to be fucked with.

Who is going to test a man in a cowboy hat in the hood?


shut up already, damn

  

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19. "Where you from? Bros in Louisiana and Texas still rock'em especially at...."
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the zydecos and trail rides.

One of the things I've always wanted were some boss ass cowboy boots.

And my grandfather, who was a big zydeco fiend, wore cowboy hats and boots til the day he died several years ago.

Boozoo was one of his favorite artists...
https://64parishes.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/boozoo-chavis-1261.jpg

These are just some other zydeco artists or fans...

https://folkmama.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/jefferybroussard11.jpg

https://i0.wp.com/efsinc.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Nathan1.jpg

https://alexandriapinevillela.com/sites/default/files/Events/13507101_734841006659143_4170514021657927246_n.jpg

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/po88DP0pfEU/hqdefault.jpg

https://s.hdnux.com/photos/26/67/61/5995609/3/gallery_medium.jpg

Edit:
Sometimes, I wish I'd been able to really become a man in Louisiana. I left too early to really get to know the "country" vibe which is really a significant part of the Creole culture. When I visit, I can't talk about the music that my cousins listen to nor can I speak the language that my elders held dear. I'd have to move back and then deeply immerse myself to really know what I've been missing.

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20. "alright so, actually funny you mention Louisiana "
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because one of the founding thoughts for this post started once I saw this film: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cane_River_(film)

its a lost film about a creole dude who falls in love with a black woman. there were a lot of white cowboy hats in the beginning of the film which then made me remember the old family pictures which then made me remember the photos of famous folks which all made me ask "wait, was this a thing?"

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23. "Yeah, DN! It's alive and well. Creoles were the first Cowboys..."
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https://www.theguardian.com/global/2018/sep/21/creole-cowboys-calvert-texas-louisiana

https://kreolmagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/cowboy.jpg

https://www.theadvertiser.com/story/news/2016/03/20/were-creoles-first-cowboys/80818350/

Since that's what they're saying, I'm taking it as the gospel. LOL

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24. "since we are doing history time...."
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see also: Lu Vason and Bill Pickett

both discussed here: http://www.billpickettrodeo.com/index.php/about-us/founder

Happy Black History Month

  

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26. "Yup! And as I suspected, he was from Louisiana. Born in NO to be exact....."
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His last name was the first sign that he might be. It's French for flowerpot. Then, further down in the link, it's noted that he was born in NO.

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21. "alright so, actually funny you mention Louisiana "
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because one of the founding thoughts for this post started once I saw this film: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cane_River_(film)

its a lost film about a creole dude who falls in love with a black woman. there were a lot of white cowboy hats in the beginning of the film which then made me remember the old family pictures which then made me remember the photos of famous folks which all made me ask "wait, was this a thing?"

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22. "We the original cowboys, so why not? "
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Plus some of those cowboy hats are dope.


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28. "Huh? Pretty sure Mexicans brought it here"
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Look up vaqueros

  

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25. "Maybe it's just regional now. I walked through an airport on Saturday."
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In Denver, every third man headed to baggage claim had on a cowboy hat, even some of the black men.
I was caught off guard.
I also saw this https://www.instagram.com/p/Bta1QfvBOSg/.

  

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27. "prolly coincided witth this (swipe)"
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DENVER, CO, January 27, 2019 – The 113th National Western Stock Show celebrated the best sixteen days in January with the third highest attendance, hosting 701,656 visitors. The attendance record sits at 726,972 guests and was set in 2006 during the 100th Anniversary. “We appreciate every person, young and old, from near and far that came out to celebrate Colorado’s longest standing western tradition with us,” said Paul Andrews, President and CEO of the National Western Stock Show. “To host over 700,000 guests in sixteen days for the second straight year is tremendous.”

The Junior Livestock Auction had an epic sale, setting an all-time record of $1,027,750 raised. A percentage of the auction total goes to fund the Scholarship Trust, along with two other funding events. The Citizen of the West dinner, honoring Robert G. Tointon, sold out the Events Center arena floor, and the Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale had another successful year. “All three of these amazing events will produce enough revenue to fund a projected 100 scholarships for students studying in the fields of agriculture and rural medicine,” said Andrews. “We are grateful to all the supporters that contribute to these events, which fund the future of ag studies in Colorado and across the country.”

Andrews also contributes the success of the Stock Show to the dedication and hard work of over 800 volunteers, the support of the City of Denver, the WSSA Board of Directors, sponsor partners, the livestock and rodeo committees, and the amazing rodeo and Stock Show fans that come out every year to celebrate the western traditions of the National Western Stock Show.

  

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29. "makes sense"
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30. "I don't think my dad had a cowboy hat"
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But my mom bought my brother and I cowboy boots at one point. Used to wear them instead of dress shoes at church.

  

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31. "Marvin Gaye"
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https://thenypost.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/742727521.jpg?quality=90&strip=all

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32. "The show Dallas"
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During an era of only 3 television stations, and luxury being defined by the heirs to Ewing Oil empire, my money is on that show being the trend’s catalyst.

  

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33. "historically black cowboys were everywhere"
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36. "real ones, yeah, but uncle cleavon wasn't ropin no steer, man"
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And you will know MY JACKET IS GOLD when I lay my vengeance upon thee.

  

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35. "lol no idea but recently AF i saw two examples"
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Sat Feb-09-19 11:29 PM by ConcreteCharlie

  

          

seen a black dude at the mall wearing a real shiny silk shirt and tight ass white jeans, a bolo with a big ass diamond (uh, i think) in the center, cowboy boots with some sort of reptile skin print and a cowboy hat. under it dude was rocking a mean ass s curl. i whispered to my wife "is he auditioning for urban cowboy or american pimp?"

then just yesterday i was dropping off some packages and drove by the yard sale to end all yard sale, shit being sold grab-bag style, $3 a box, hundreds and hundreds of boxes. i seen a black dude in a shitty old darren woodson dallas jersey with a fuckin cowboy hat on. that would be like me, an eagles fan, walking around with a big ass set of wings.

And you will know MY JACKET IS GOLD when I lay my vengeance upon thee.

  

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37. "Was at a graduation party and somebody Uncle was rocking it."
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He was clean af, going to a show with his lady. It didn't look dated- he looked like Frankie Beverly about to go captain a yacht in America's cup.


If you go to a Zydeco show in the deep south, you gonna see that right today and its not going to look out of place.


The fur coat thing has been gone the way of the Dodo bird, courtesy of these bootie ass rappers.

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