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      Leather Patches

      Leather Patches
      All of our high-quality leather is sourced in the United States and laser-etched right here in Oregon by C&K Laser Graphics (and if you're not getting leather patches from this guy, you're doing it wrong):

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      Made In Eugene

      Made In Eugene
      When two innovative companies come together to better serve their growing customer base, everyone wins! Pacific Headwear is proud to announce their collaboration with another local headwear company, Cowbucker. Both companies hail from Eugene, OR and are imbued with a Pacific Northwest dedication to scrappiness, hard-work, and delivering quality products. 

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      Happy Mom's Month! Meet our Moms (and check out the May '18 Cowbucker Cap of the Month!)

      Happy Mom's Month! Meet our Moms (and check out the May '18 Cowbucker Cap of the Month!)

      Introducing Cowbucker's May 2018 Cap of the Month, in honor of the best human being on the planet: Mom.

      Cowbucker May Cap of the Month: I Heart Mom Dad Cap

      Let's be honest. Our Mom's deserve a lot more than just one day of celebration. That's why May is considered Mom's Month here at Cowbucker! Since day one at Cowbucker, our Mom's have been our biggest fans, and we'd like for you to meet them:

      Meet the Cowbucker Moms!

      Cowbucker May Cap of the Month: I Heart Mom Dad Cap

      Name: Carilyn A.

      Hometown: International Falls, MN

      Cowbucker Kid: Whitney

      # of Kids: 2

      # of Grandkids: 3

      Favorite Child: Chulo (Granddog)

      Likes: Tennis, Church, The One More Time Around Again Marching Band (Clarinet), Gardening, Al Michaels

      Mom Better Adventures™: My mom once bought a backpack and a one-way plane ticket to Austria just because she wanted to. Then she got a job at an inn, learned German, and saved up money until she could get back home! 

      Cowbucker May Cap of the Month: I Heart Mom Dad Cap

      Name: Wendy W.

      Hometown: North Plainfield, NJ

      Cowbucker Kid:Chris

      # of Kids: 6 boys (mic-drop)

      # of Grandkids: 5* ("More had better be coming!")

      Favorite Child: Chris, though he’s the black-sheep for moving out-of-state

      Likes: Church, Zumba, French culture, grandkids, volunteering in Haiti

      Mom Better Adventures™: For 22 years, she has anchored the annual family camping trip, witnessing multiple rope-swing injuries, two sunk boats, five meteor showers, four duathlons, one exploding tent and thousands of s’mores!

      Cowbucker May Cap of the Month: I Heart Mom Dad Cap

      Name: Ann S.

      Hometown: Cebu City

      Cowbucker Kid:Derek

      # of Kids: 3

      # of Grandkids: ZERO (“WHY DO MY CHILDREN DO THIS TO ME?”)

      Favorite Child: Obviously her daughter-in-law Michelle (sorry boys!)

      Likes: Cooking, Shopping, Home Decor

      Mom Better Adventures™: At the age of 17, my mom jumped on a plane from the Philippines to Los Angeles and has lived in the US ever since! In her free time, she enjoys traveling to countries like Spain, Japan, Italy, France, England, Switzerland, Poland, and a number of other countries filled with Better Adventures™!

      Cowbucker May Cap of the Month: I Heart Mom Dad Cap

      *All orders of the May Cap of the Month include a FREE blank Mother's Day card with stamped envelope!**

      The "I Heart Mom" Dad Mom Hat gives you the opportunity to shout out the woman who is RESPONSIBLE FOR GIVING YOU LIFE. Do you hear me? CALL YOUR MOTHER. And snatch up this sweet limited edition cap while you're at it! The original Mom Heart Tattoo design is embroidered right here in Eugene, Oregon, USA. Even better, this heart comes off, even though you probably won't want it to.

      Cowbucker May Cap of the Month: I Heart Mom Dad Cap


      Hiking with the Ducks of Camp Kesem: Supporting kids through and beyond their parent’s cancer.

      Hiking with the Ducks of Camp Kesem: Supporting kids through and beyond their parent’s cancer.

      Cowbucker Blog - Camp Kesem

      A couple of weekends back, Cowbucker had the privilege of joining the University of Oregon Camp Kesem team on a hike to Mount Pisgah to learn more about this awesome nationwide organization. Kesem is a community sustained by college students that supports children through their parent’s cancer by providing a free week-long camp each summer for the kids to escape to.

      Each year, Camp Kesem counselors individually raise money to send a kid to camp. At camp, the kids have an opportunity to break away from their parent’s cancer and get back to doing what they do best – being kids. Student leaders are the ones who sustain the chapters all across the country and organize everything that goes into preparing for camp, including year-long fundraising efforts to help send multiple kids. Not only does the camping trip allow kids to be surrounded by others who are going through the same experience, it builds up their confidence, provides them with a support network and imparts strong communication skills. Kesem understands that kids need to be seen and heard, but that they also need to have fun. While camp is an opportunity for kids to gain support from others and have a shoulder to lean on, there is no shortage of fun summer activities all week. One of the best parts of Kesem is that camp is free for as many years as children want to attend, and more often than not, that is for multiple summers.

      Cowbucker Blog - Camp Kesem

      The concept of Camp Kesem was originally started at Stanford University in 2000, but the University of Oregon chapter began in 2011. In that short time, there has already been great growth in Kesem with everything from fundraising to volunteer recruitment, and the UO is proud to have developed a nationally recognized chapter. The organization now serves roughly 7,000 children a year with over 105 free summer camps across the country in total.

      Cowbucker Blog - Camp Kesem

      Because college students spearhead most of the Kesem efforts across the country, there are many opportunities in college, but that is not the only way to get involved. One of the biggest ways to support Camp Kesem is through donation and fundraising efforts. Every little bit counts when it comes to donations, but if donating is not an option, there are plenty of camp volunteer opportunities through nursing or mental health professional positions.

      Many camp counselors initially get involved with Camp Kesem due to a personal connection, while others are simply inspired by the cause. When asked what sparked her interest in Kesem, senior and co-director Blair Biggar said she wanted to work with kids going through a similar experience, as her mom went through breast cancer treatment growing up. She mentions that the impact that the kids have had on her life is the most rewarding part. “The kids that come to our camp are the bravest humans that I have ever met.”

      Cowbucker Blog - Camp Kesem

      Safe to say that Kesem is equally as impactful for the counselors as it is for the kids. One of the most commonly heard phrases from parents at the end of a week at camp is, “You gave me my child back.” Keep your eyes peeled for an upcoming cap coming soon to celebrate all that Camp Kesem does for kids across the nation.

      Learn more about University of Oregon's Camp Kesem program and DONATE HERE!

      Find a Camp Kesem near you on the national organization's website: