Inexpensive and versatile, what more could any cowboy want? A bandana's primary purpose was to protect the cowboy from the sun and the dirt and grit of the trail. But they could also be used as a tourniquet, travel bag, washcloth or dust rag. Bandanas were made of silk or cotton, and also referred to as neckerchiefs or "wild rags".
For dressier occasions, a cowboy might lace up a string tie or bow tie, or a "puff" tie of silk or cotton.
Our full line of mens old west neckwear ranges from classic bandanas and string ties to fancy puff ties and "teck" ties for late 1800s impressions. Please browse our line, and contact us if you have any questions!
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