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Though bucket hats were one of the hottest accessories of the ’80s and ’90s, their allure shows no letup in recent times. In fact, the silhouette made a huge comeback in recent designer collections, with releases from streetwear brands such as Stüssy, Patta, WOOD WOOD, as well as the luxury fashion houses including Gucci, Fendi, and Prada.

And while the bucket hats of the latter labels unsurprisingly come with very high-end price tags, you don’t have to drop big bucks to cop a dope flex-worthy piece of headwear. In fact, recent finds show that some of the steeziest options come in at under $50.

Don’t believe us? Then peep our selection below. We’ve gathered some of the coolest bucket hats for under $50 that we’ve come across in our ongoing mission to keep you plugged into wallet-friendly shopping, with dope options available from streetwear retailers such as Caliroots, and also more unlikely destinations such as high-end retailer Farfetch.

Some highlights include an eye-catching nylon bucket hat from Stüssy, an animal-printed option from OBEY, as well as a tie-dye number by Stain Shade and OG bucket hat brand Kangol.

Ready to add some extra steez to your ’fits for the low? View all of our favorite affordable bucket hats below.

Tie-Dye Washed Bucket Hat

PacSun

$17
Buy at pacsun

Iridescent Nylon Bucket Hat

Urban Outfitters

$19
Buy at Urban Outfitters

Pine Mountain Bucket Hat

Columbia

from $24
Where to shop

Mesh Bucket Hat

Nike

from $32
Where to shop

Bowen Bucket Hat

OBEY

$28
Buy at pacsun

Adilette Bucket Hat

adidas Originals

from $29
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Topstitched Bucket Hat

COS

$39
Sold Out at cos

Tie Dye Bucket Hat

Kangol x Stain Shade

from $85
Where to shop

Nylon Taslan Bucket Hat

Stüssy

$61
Buy at Slam Jam Socialism

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