President Bush Owns Five

Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay presents President Bush with one of Chris's hats signed by the roster of the 2007 Super Bowl Champions Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay presents President Bush with one of Chris's hats signed by the roster of the 2007 Super Bowl Champions

One is at the White House. One is in the Presidential Library. One is owned by the first President Bush and two are at the ranch in Crawford, Texas. They add up to five and they are all custom wooden cowboy hats made by Chris for President George W. Bush.

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS COWBOY HAT DETAILS: Ambrosia Maple, Ebony and Paduak burnished hat band, matte finish, pyroengraved and colorized logo, signed by the entire 2007 Indianapolis Colts roster
SIZE: full size
PRIVATE COLLECTION 

President Bush and Chris shaking hands in the Oval Office.

One of the hats was turned out of wormy maple from a tree cut in Pulaski County, Kentucky, and another from a burl out of a black gum tree from Casey County, Kentucky. He carved the "T" logo of the Texas Rangers, which Bush once owned, on the front of the maple hat.

He also made two miniature hats from the inside of the larger ones, as well as a cherry pedestal bowl, 16" w x 13" h, for First Lady Laura Bush.

President Bush Ensemble