An Appreciation Of ScHoolboy Q’s Bucket Hats

Until recently, the bucket hat had all the credibility and respect of parachute pants. Only a brave man would wear them, and of the few who took the challenge, mostly on Halloween, none could pull it off. Until ScHoolboy Q, the man who helped bring back a hat once associated with grandmas in Florida. Here, we appreciate the many, many hats he wears, literally.

The bucket hat is practically his trademark, at this point, so much so that it’s all over his remixed video for Man of the Year:

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It’s actually pretty fun to dig into Groovy Q’s Instagram account and dig out some of the wide variety of hats he’s got. Certainly, he’s not shy about an off-the-rack hat:

There’s this camouflage number, which we assume is so he can politely slip away when Come With Me is mentioned:

He told me carry on da legacy: PUFFY X DIDDY

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The zebra number, which pairs well with his American flag shirt:

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Street signs:

tHats rigHt buy my sHit #OXYMORON

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His work hat:

Studio #OXYMORON

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His cycling gear:

Hunting camouflage:

Posted wit @itsgunplay

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A restrained red number, which oddly he didn’t wear to the Niners game:

His formal tie-dye:

Me and wifey leaving r date @katHygriffin

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And finally, his Burberry-styled original although honestly, his daughter wears it better:

Taking my daugHter on a date: sunny L.A

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