Keep your head warm throughout the winter months with this top winter hats.
Check out the Dome Perignon II hat from Mountain Hardwear, which covers your ears completely and also boasts an extra fleece-lined ear band for even more warmth. Plus it has an entertaining name.
The Storm Coldgear cap from Under Armor is a great one for wearing under a cycling helmet thanks to its low-profile construction. It’s breathable too, so you won’t get too sweaty.
If you are going somewhere seriously cold, think about getting a down hat like the Outdoor Research Transcendent beanie. It’s made from what looks like a small piece of sleeping bag, and should keep you toasty in even the coldest conditions. It also packs down super small and weighs only an ounce.
Those that don’t want to cover their whole head might prefer a headband like the North Face Denali. It goes over your ears and protects them from wind without making your whole head too hot.
For something more casual, try the Brodeo Beanie from Patagonia. This brand has become hugely fashionable in recent years and Patagonia makes great stuff. This cuffed beanie will keep your head warm whatever you are doing.
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