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  1. 1-299 Cavalry Hawaii ARNG Belt Buckle

    Custom 1-299 Cavalry ARNG Belt Buckle

    Regular Price: $22.00

    Special Price $15.00

    <p>This buckle was custom designed for the 1-299th Cavalry Troopers of the Hawaii Army National Guard. The buckle is a curved body zinc alloy with an antique brass finish measuring approximately 2.5" x 3.75". The design includes the unit insignia in the center and a rope border.</p> Learn More
  2. 1-6 buckle

    Custom 1-6 Cavalry Belt Buckle

    $22.50

    Custom Belt Buckle 1-6 Cavalry. Learn More
  3. Cavalry Red and White Bowtie - CavHooah.com

    Cavalry Red and White Bowtie

    $9.95

    <p>You asked for them, we got them! CAV bowties! These red and white bow ties are made of a woven polyester and come pre-tied with an adjustable neck strap. Ready for your next Cav Ball, formal, dining in, dining out, or ceremony. There is a slight issue with the knot on our current stock. We are moving to correct it. If it will work for you we are offering it at our cost.(Not recommended for wear during counselings, Article 15 hearings, or courts martial!)</p>
    <p>Bowtie <span style="font-family: Tahoma, Geneva, sans-serif; font-size: 10pt;">adjusts to fit neck sizes from 15" to 20".</span></p> Learn More
  4. Black Cavalry Bandana

    Black Cavalry Scarf / Bandana / Handkerchief

    $3.99

    <p>The frontier soldiers always had a bandana, scarf, neckerchief, handkerchief, or hankey! It kept the dust off while riding the trail. Also, they would wet the rag and put it on their head under their slouch hats to keep cool. The scarves prevented sunburn, served as a bandage or tourniquet, and even worked as a field-expedient coffee filter!</p>
    <p>In typical Cavalry fashion, Colonel Teddy Roosevelt and his regiment of Rough Riders were known for wearing unauthorized items of clothing and incorrect insignia. Their choice of uniform was not questioned on the battlefield where their heroic actions earned them a reputation that lives on today. In short, a scarf was not an accoutrement, but a necessity in the field or on a campaign, and rarely if ever seen worn in garrison.</p>
    <p>These 100% cotton bandanas have the iconic paisley design, measure 22" x 22" with a hemmed stitched edge and they're machine washable to get the grit out after a rough ride, drive, flight, or tour. They look great with a Stetson, but then again, what doesn't? If you're looking for a more formal look like an ascot or bib for a parade or ceremony, we have them available in either yellow or red/white.</p>
    <p><a title="Cavalry Scarf Tradition" href="http://www.cavhooah.com/info/cavalry-traditions/cavalry-scarf/" target="_blank"><strong>For a whole lot more information on the Cavalry Scarf tradition, click here!</strong></a></p> Learn More
  5. Navy Blue Cavalry Bandana

    Navy Blue Cavalry Scarf / Bandana / Handkerchief

    $3.99

    <p>The frontier soldiers always had a bandana, scarf, neckerchief, handkerchief, or hankey! It kept the dust off while riding the trail. Also, they would wet the rag and put it on their head under their slouch hats to keep cool. The scarves prevented sunburn, served as a bandage or tourniquet, and even worked as a field-expedient coffee filter!</p>
    <p>In typical Cavalry fashion, Colonel Teddy Roosevelt and his regiment of Rough Riders were known for wearing unauthorized items of clothing and incorrect insignia. Their choice of uniform was not questioned on the battlefield where their heroic actions earned them a reputation that lives on today. In short, a scarf was not an accoutrement, but a necessity in the field or on a campaign, and rarely if ever seen worn in garrison.</p>
    <p>These 100% cotton bandanas have the iconic paisley design, measure 22" x 22" with a hemmed stitched edge and they're machine washable to get the grit out after a rough ride, drive, flight, or tour. They look great with a Stetson, but then again, what doesn't? If you're looking for a more formal look like an ascot or bib for a parade or ceremony, we have them available in either yellow or red/white.</p>
    <p><a title="Cavalry Scarf Tradition" href="http://www.cavhooah.com/info/cavalry-traditions/cavalry-scarf/" target="_blank"><strong>For a whole lot more information on the Cavalry Scarf tradition, click here!</strong></a></p> Learn More
  6. Maroon Cavalry Bandana

    Maroon Cavalry Scarf / Bandana / Handkerchief

    $3.99

    <p>The frontier soldiers always had a bandana, scarf, neckerchief, handkerchief, or hankey! It kept the dust off while riding the trail. Also, they would wet the rag and put it on their head under their slouch hats to keep cool. The scarves prevented sunburn, served as a bandage or tourniquet, and even worked as a field-expedient coffee filter!</p>
    <p>In typical Cavalry fashion, Colonel Teddy Roosevelt and his regiment of Rough Riders were known for wearing unauthorized items of clothing and incorrect insignia. Their choice of uniform was not questioned on the battlefield where their heroic actions earned them a reputation that lives on today. In short, a scarf was not an accoutrement, but a necessity in the field or on a campaign, and rarely if ever seen worn in garrison.</p>
    <p>These 100% cotton bandanas have the iconic paisley design, measure 22" x 22" with a hemmed stitched edge and they're machine washable to get the grit out after a rough ride, drive, flight, or tour. They look great with a Stetson, but then again, what doesn't? If you're looking for a more formal look like an ascot or bib for a parade or ceremony, we have them available in either yellow or red/white.</p>
    <p><a title="Cavalry Scarf Tradition" href="http://www.cavhooah.com/info/cavalry-traditions/cavalry-scarf/" target="_blank"><strong>For a whole lot more information on the Cavalry Scarf tradition, click here!</strong></a></p> Learn More
  7. Red Cavalry Bandana

    Red Cavalry Scarf / Bandana / Handkerchief

    $3.99

    <p>The frontier soldiers always had a bandana, scarf, neckerchief, handkerchief, or hankey! It kept the dust off while riding the trail. Also, they would wet the rag and put it on their head under their slouch hats to keep cool. The scarves prevented sunburn, served as a bandage or tourniquet, and even worked as a field-expedient coffee filter!</p>
    <p>In typical Cavalry fashion, Colonel Teddy Roosevelt and his regiment of Rough Riders were known for wearing unauthorized items of clothing and incorrect insignia. Their choice of uniform was not questioned on the battlefield where their heroic actions earned them a reputation that lives on today. In short, a scarf was not an accoutrement, but a necessity in the field or on a campaign, and rarely if ever seen worn in garrison.</p>
    <p>These 100% cotton bandanas have the iconic red paisley design, measure 22" x 22" with a hemmed stitched edge and they're machine washable to get the grit out after a rough ride, drive, flight, or tour. They look great with a Stetson, but then again, what doesn't? If you're looking for a more formal look like an ascot or bib for a parade or ceremony, we have them available also in either yellow or red/white.</p>
    <p><a title="Cavalry Scarf Tradition" href="http://www.cavhooah.com/info/cavalry-traditions/cavalry-scarf/" target="_blank"><strong>For a whole lot more information on the Cavalry Scarf tradition, click here!</strong></a></p> Learn More

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