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Winter Hats

BigFoot

I grew a tail.
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I buy my hats here. Everything is custom made, not cheap but good stuff. This is from her website but this is one of my hats.
 

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My favourite all-purpose winter hat is a Tilley TW2 Classic Winter Hat. I have one in Charcoal.
Made mostly of wool, and has a hint of fedora in its appearance, so it looks classy enough for any occasion.

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It has concealed earflaps and (though not shown) a separate smaller flap for your forehead too.

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I gotta have some kind of bill or brim so as to keep falling snow off my glasses.
It's soft enough that you can stuff it into a large jacket pocket, if needed, and it doesn't take long to get it's shape back.

For more active occasions like shoveling or snowshoeing I'll go with a wool Jeep Cap, which my wife bought for me on Amazon. I don't want to sweat up the Tilley.

 
My favourite all-purpose winter hat is a Tilley TW2 Classic Winter Hat. I have one in Charcoal.
Made mostly of wool, and has a hint of fedora in its appearance, so it looks classy enough for any occasion.

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It has concealed earflaps and (though not shown) a separate smaller flap for your forehead too.

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I gotta have some kind of bill or brim so as to keep falling snow off my glasses.
It's soft enough that you can stuff it into a large jacket pocket, if needed, and it doesn't take long to get it's shape back.

For more active occasions like shoveling or snowshoeing I'll go with a wool Jeep Cap, which my wife bought for me on Amazon. I don't want to sweat up the Tilley.

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Interesting I gotta look that cap up. Thanks and those other hats are nice too.
 
I'm a fan of the Rothco jeep hat. 100% wool, made in USA, inexpensive (cheap).

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EDIT: didn't see previous post. If you don't want to look like Radar, it's available in black.
 
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For a cold snowy winter, I wear a knit watch cap like this: http://a.co/96ZCY9f

For brutal cold I have one like that but in thick wool with a fleece lining. It's very warm and made by Carhartt. Great for skiing or being outdoors all day up in mountains.

For fall/spring I wear a wool duckbill or driving cap like this: http://a.co/gc73SrB
I'm on the lookout for one like this with a long bill but in thicker wool.
 
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