Bucket Hats

Bucket Hats

Your new favorite bucket hat! Buy bucket hats in solid colors ($9.99) and prints ($14.99).
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Oh hey! Welcome to the bottom of the bucket hat page. We didn’t want things to end like this, so here are some of our favorite vintage bucket hats:

In our search for the most interesting vintage bucket hats, we came across hats associated with all sorts of different ball games. Basketball, baseball, football, tennis, golf -- the list goes on. And then we found this gem. One hat to rule them all. Why limit yourself to a hat that only corresponds to one particular game, when this magical hat encompasses all the sports?


1970s Disney World Mickey Bucket Hat
While considered by many to be inferior to Florida’s Disney World, Disneyland is actually the only theme park that was developed under the supervision of Walt Disney himself. That’s one good reason to wear this hat. Here are two more Disneyland facts you can use to be the star of any social situation:

1. In 1959 Soviety Premier Nikita Khrushchev planned a thirteen day visit to the United States. He specifically requested to meet John Wayne, and to visit Disneyland. But due to the buzzkill that was the Cold War, he was denied entry into Disneyland.
2.The “Casa De Frito” restaurant (located in Disneyland) started recycling old tortillas by turning them into a chip, called “Doritos”. Everyone loved Doritos (obviously), and in 1966, The Frito-Lay company began selling them nationwide.


Tiger in my Tank Bucket Hat
In 1965 the Esso oil company used a cartoon tiger and the slogan “put a tiger in your tank” to promote it’s gasoline. Esso later became ExxonMobil, which ended up in court with Kellogg’s in 1998, after the cereal company sued ExxonMobil, claiming that the oil promoting cartoon tiger infringed on it’s famous cereal salesman, Tony the Tiger. Luckily, the adorable little tiger on this bucket hat looks nothing like Tony, so our fingers are crossed that we don’t get sued for sharing this.


While some might say that Las Vegas lacks authenticity, no one can claim that it is lacking in knock-offs of authentic things from other places. The Pyramid at the Luxor, the Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace, and the half scale Eiffel Tower at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino are all evidence of Vegas’ penchant for making mediocre copies of attractions people would find if they went on slightly more ambitious vacations. Relive the memories of the replicas of the real things with this fantastic vintage Vegas bucket hat!


The Eiffel Tower! Notre Dame! The Arc de Triomphe! The Sacré-Coeur! While it’s not quite Las Vegas, there’s a lot to see in Paris. Relive the memories with this Parisian bucket hat.


Aloha! In case you don’t speak Hawaiian, that means “hello”. And also “goodbye”. Little known fact: Hawaii is the only American state that has two official languages -- English and Hawaiian. Even littler known fact: a 3rd, unofficial language, is also commonly spoken in Hawaii. It’s called Pidgin. Widely known fact: we have a lot of hawaiian shirts for sale, and even some vintage Hawaiian shirts.


Some claim that the bucket hat was originally popularized by Israeli general Rafael Eitan. So it seems fitting that we round out or selection of vintage souvenir bucket hats with this children’s hat from Israel. The two tone red and white hat features illustrations of the ‘old city’ of Jaffa, and the more modern Tel Aviv.


Wutang Clan Bucket Hat
Back in the early 90s, the original Wu-Tang lineup -- GZA, RZA, Method Man, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck, U-God, Masta Killa, and of course, Ol’ Dirty Bastard (RIP) -- put East Coast hip hop on the map. Nowadays, you can get all sorts of Wu-Tang merch at any number of mainstream clothing stores. If you’re a billionaire CEO of a pharmaceutical company, you can even buy your own exclusive Wu-Tang album. But this hat is legit deadstock from the 90s -- an original piece of merch from the era when the only way to get your favorite band’s merch was to go to their show.


Denim First Mate Bucket Hat
In nautical terms, the first mate is second in command of the vessel, after the captain. The first mate is responsible for the safety and security of the ship. If you’re going to wear this first mate bucket hat, you’ll be following in the footsteps of famous fictional first mates including Gilligan of the S.S. Minnow on Gilligan’s Island, Zoe Washburne of the Serenity on Firefly, and Starbuck of the Pequot in Moby Dick, who later became the namesake of the popular coffee chain. Famous real life first mate’s include William Murdoch, of... the Titanic.


Stars Wars Episode 1 Bucket Hat
Speaking of the Titanic, in 1999 Star Wars: Episode 1 - The Phantom Menace became the second highest grossing film of all time, second only to Titanic. Episode 1 is also the lowest rated Star Wars feature film on IMDB.com, with a rating of 6.5. But at least it’s not as bad as The Star Wars Holiday Special. This 1978 TV movie has a rating of 2.4. Is it really that bad? Thanks to YouTube, you can be the judge.


Sea World Bucket Hat
SeaWorld’s slogan is “Real. Amazing.” We think that slogan is very fitting for this lovely bucket hat, a SeaWorld souvenir from 1987.


Steven James Anderson, better known by his ring name “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, is a former professional wrestler. He rose to stardom after winning the WWF “King of the Ring” tournament in 1996. After a successful wrestling career, Austin began acting in several feature films with titles beginning with the word “The”, including “The Longest Yard”, “The Condemned”, and “The Expendables”. Today, Austin spends his time lending his name to a beer, and recording a podcast, “The Steve Austin Show”, which is available in both clean and uncensored versions.


The Birkenstock family has been in the footwear business since 1774, when Johann Adam Birkenstock began making shoes in the small Hessian village of Langen-Bergheim. Karl Birkenstock developed the modern Birkenstock prototype in 1964, beginning a footwear trend that has endured for over 50 years, enjoying particularly popular periods in the late 1960s and early 1990s. If just wearing Birkenstock sandals does not make you feel 90s enough, top off your look with this Birkenstock bucket hat.