It’s that time of year again, the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo returns to the Frost Bank Center in February and we’re not horsing around when it comes to our honky tonk fits.
The 17-day rodeo event kicks off with the Cowboy Breakfast on Friday, Jan. 25, so we went ahead and lassoed up a few local spots where you can get outfitted for the upcoming Western festivities.
Billy’s Western Wear, 1490 Main St. Boerne
This one-stop shop in Boerne has items for the entire family featuring your favorite big name brands. Shop through the 10,000-sqft retail store featuring boots, hats, clothing, accessories, and more. Pro tip: You can get fitted for a custom pair of boots.
Hat Bar, 5715 Broadway
Venture into Alamo Heights to create a personalized, custom hat with owners Margaux and Jana. You can create a one-of-a-kind hat to wear to the rodeo and beyond. Pro tip: You can shop the store by appointment only.
Herb’s Hat Shop, 4922 Rigsby Ave.
Since 1985, the family-owned retail shop has specialized in hand-shaping open-crown hats. Already have a hat? Bring it in to get it shaped and repaired.
Outlaws Western Wear, 7055 San Pedro Ave.
Riding into San Antonio in 2015, the family-owned and operated western retail store near the San Antonio Airport offers the latest designs for well-known best western brands. Browse through cowboy boots, hats, clothing, accessories, and more. Can’t make it into the store? Shop online.
Paris Hatters, 119 Broadway
One of the oldest retails stores in downtown San Antonio (since 1917) sells over 11,000 hats per year. Customer can browse through name-brands including Stetson, Resistol, Dobbs, Bailey, and Kangol. Several celebrities have purchased hats from the store including four US presidents, Eric Clapton, Sammy Davis, Jr., and Phil Jackson.