Resistol Hats 

Resistol Hats is a hat manufacturer with its headquarters in Garland, TX area, in the United States. The company is most known for its cowboy hats, which it manufactures. Since its inception, the company has played an essential role in the development of Garland’s manufacturing base. According to reports, the company is well-diversified and produces a diverse range of hat styles, including safari and baseball styles.

If you are one of those behatted hordes and you live in Texas, there is a good possibility that yours is a Resistol gun. According to the company’s website, it sells nearly a million cowboy hats per year, with prices ranging from $15 for a straw workingman’s special to $3000 for a beaver and elk antler stomping ground.

The cowboy hat may be the single most evocative throwback to the glory days of the open range, and it may also be the single most identifiable symbol of Texas to the rest of the globe, especially in the West.

John Wayne and Henry Fonda, country musician George Strait, former Presidents Lyndon Baines Johnson and Ronald Reagan, as well as the iconic Dallas Cowboys’ coach Tom Landry, have all used Resistol dress hats over the course of their careers.

The Texas Department of Public Safety troopers also wear Resistol hats as part of their uniform, which they purchased from the company. These are manufactured in a special hue called Textan, which is a dark blue.

Byer-Rolnick was formed in 1927 in Dallas, Texas, by E.R. Byer and Harry Rolnick, who worked together to establish Byer-Rolnick. At the time, they were engaged in the manufacture of felt hats for men. The term Resistol Hats was given to the hats in order to convey the fact that they could withstand any weather conditions.

The name, according to some reports, was given to the company because the headbands used in their hats were more resistant to scalp oil. Eventually, the expanding company needed to expand its operations. After a few years, the company expanded to a larger factory in Garland, Texas, where Resistol hats are still manufactured today. Residents in the vicinity of the hat factory were able to set their clocks to the sound of its whistle for decades.

Gifts of Western-style hats were given as a diplomatic gesture during the administration of President Lyndon B. Johnson. The Byer-Rolnick Hat Corporation was purchased by the clothing business Koret of California sometime between 1967 and 1968. The Koracorp corporation was ultimately purchased by Levi Strauss & Co. in 1979.

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