How do you wear a wild rag?
Also asked, what is a wild rag?
Wild Rag is a term used by the old cowboys for their bandanas or western scarves. They are a natural insulator that is warm, breathable, and wicks away moisture. They have become known as part of the working cowboy's dress. Today they are an old west tradition in a modern cowboy world.
One may also ask, what is a cowboy scarf called? A neckerchief (from neck (n.) + kerchief), sometimes called a necker, kerchief or scarf, is a type of neckwear associated with those working or living outdoors, including farm labourers, cowboys and sailors. The neckerchief is then fastened around the neck with the ends either tied or clasped with a slide or woggle.
Likewise, what size is a wild rag?
Our standard size wild rag is a generous 36" x 36". Most colors and prints are available in the following sizes: Roy Rogers style tie, 22" x 22", 36" x 36" and 44" x 44".
What are wild rags used for?
A "wild rag" is a cowboy or Western scarf worn around the neck. Wild rags are worn for warmth in cold temperatures, and for protection from sun, wind, and dirt anytime.