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Flat Hat Rags is a subdivision of Summer Rose Ranch Enterprises, Inc. owned by Amanda Taylor. Amanda desired to create a company with high quality products for ranchers, horsemen, and people who just love the ranch lifestyle. Summer Rose Ranch Enterprises offers a wide variety of products and services from jewelry and wild rags to saddles and horses as well as custom embroidery and other services.
Flat Hat Rags was the start of Amanda’s company offering handmade wild rags and accessories. Each wild rag and custom decorated product is made personally by Amanda and her employees and is constructed of quality material with individually inspected stitching and quality to ensure you get a quality product. The edges on the wild rags are serged edges designed to withstand the wind and weather much better than the rolled edges found on some wild rags.
You can see some of the great products that Flat Hat Rags has to offer at many different shows like the NRHA Futurity, National Western Stock Show and many more.
Amanda Taylor is the owner of Flat Hat Rags. She resides southwest of Loveland, CO with her daughter, Summer and husband, Zach. Amanda has trained show and ranch horses most of her life and has worked under several top horse trainers in Colorado. She became interested in high quality ranch gear many years ago and developed a passion for creating quality wild rags for ranchers and cowboys with new prints and styles at a reasonable cost for working folks. Amanda offers a wide variety of prints from paisleys and florals to polka dots and abstract prints as well as a large selection of solid colors with same or contrasted edge color.
She has also expanded her business to offer custom embroidery items, including hats, rodeo bags, jackets and other services as well as tee shirt printing and vinyl decals. Amanda does her best to offer top quality customer service by searching for special requests and custom orders as well as guaranteeing the quality of her wild rags. If you are not 100% satisfied with your item you may return or exchange it. If the stitching fails to hold up on a wild rag, you may send it back for a free repair or replacement.