The Big City hat with a small brim. Knowing people pay less money and have much nicer hats than peasants, and it shows.
Big Valley Hat
The Big Valley Hat with a wide brim and a buckled band. A cow boy's favorite sombrero style hat.
The Bowler Hat a London original. Also called a Billycock or Bombin Hat. A favorite among bankers.
The Cavalier Hat with an open crown. Worn when one wants to be recognized as one of the best society has to offer.
Men's Wool Crusher Hat. We take pleasure in offering this hat to you and politely request you speak of nothing else but our catalogue to friends.
The Classic Derby Hat. City gents don this hat with pride. We have never failed to please our customers and accusations to the contrary are fiction.
Estate Boss Hat
The Estate Boss Hat with an open crown. The essential headwear for riding the out outskirts of an estate and heaping abuse on hourly workers.
The Flat Cap self-shaping, all wool, new spring pattern.
High Crown Bowler Hat
The High Crown Bowler Hat. Brown, stiff, with leather band, satin lined. Bound to be very popular this season.
Worn Gambler's Hat
John's Worn Gambler's Hat are automatically available from the start of the epilogue 1 to its ending, however the player needs to drop it on the ground then pick it up again to save it in the wardrobe.
Worn Flat Cap
The worn Flat Cap heavily weathered with a hand stitched patch work. A classic for orphans and urchins.
The Western Hat bound in beaver fur-felt with a striped satin band.
This Trilby Hat with a double pinched crown and satin band. A favorite currently all the rage in Germany.
Stovepipe Top Hat
The Stovepipe Top Hat with stain band. The latest style that prevail in large cities.
The Stalker Hat with a telescoped crown. Hand tooled leather band. The illustration in no instance came close to doing this hat justice.
Rolled Derby Hat
The Rolled Derby Hat. Shrewd buyers please take note of this frankly a phenomenal offer.
The Plantation Hat in a western style. We have every reason to believe you will be delighted with this purchase, especially if you toil in the fields all day.
Paragon Town Hat
The Paragon Town Hat. A very fashionable style of hat made of fine stock, like our customers.
The Panama Hat with a pinched front crown and leather band. The classic design pioneered in Ecuador.
Military Scout Hat
The Military Scout Hat with a corded band. A particular favorite among those who served in the cavalry.
Lazy Stovepipe Top Hat
The Lazy Stovepipe Top Hat with a stain band. A favorite amongst gentlemen and traveling salesmen vending elixirs.
Arthur's Gambler Hat
Automatically available at the start of the game. It is the player's standart hat, meaning it will always stay in the horse bag until the ending of chapter 6.
John's Classic Hat
Automatically available after the start of epilogue 2, and will substitute Arthur's as the player's standart hat for the rest of the game.
The Bulldogger Hat with a double pinch and a leather band. For steer wrestling & other rodeo events.
Worn by an enemy while chasing the stagecoach in the mission An American Pastoral Scene (randomly) or worn by a hogtied man during the stranger mission A Fine Night For It. Dying after the final wave of enemies respawns the player back before the wave, allowing one to quickly try their luck again.
Worn by the workers at Appleseed Timber Company, available until chapter 6 or until completing all three stages of Appleseed Timber Company event area. It can also be found on riders in the West Elizabeth during the Epilogue, Part 1/2 (randomly).
Either complete the stranger mission A Fisher of Fish, or kill Jeremy with dynamite before triggering the quest. The latter is recommended, as his hat may fly too far into the San Luis River to be picked up after the quest ends.
Jon with a lootable hat in the Valentine Saloon during chapter 2.
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RDR2 All Stolen Hat Locations
RDR2 Found Hats & Masks
The Miner's Hat is the only hat in the game that's actually useful instead of decorative. It allows the player to explore dark places without the need of a lantern, leaving both hands free. As such, it is handy to acquire it as soon as possible and keep it storaged from then on in the horse saddle.