Six of the Best – Winter Headwear

The weather outside is frightful. Minus 7 degrees to be precise. Burst pipes weather. We can’t just layer up on the sofa though, there’s last minute shopping to be done and lower division football to watch.

With this backdrop in our mind’s eye, we scoured the internet with a virtual brillo pad and what came off was this list of six items of winter headwear we wholeheartedly endorse.

Barbour Swinton Beanie
At an affordable £19, this is a great place to start when keeping the cold out this winter. Like something a fisherman would wear to a christening.
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Kavu Barr Creek Cap
This furry fleece number is what you’d expect from suave Seattle brand Kavu. Like something an urban fisherman would wear.
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Paul Smith Corduroy Shearling Cap
Look at this side profile, it’s a winner isn’t it? This sort of cap takes from Americana but via Paul Smith’s uniquely British aesthetic, somehow pulls off something more distinguished. Proper Christmas markets tackle this.
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Gramicci x Nanga Aurora Hat
You don’t need us to make the Star Wars comparison do you? This looks like something you’d wear for a post-apocalyptic cookout.
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Druthers Recycled Cotton Beanie
Premium basics always have a home in most wardrobes and in Druthers you’ve got the best brand out there for our money.
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Montbell Climaplus 200 Ear Warmer Cap
Essentially a winter version of a regular baseball cap, this looks lovely in a fleece fabric designed to keep you warm. It’s neutral enough to go with most things so is guaranteed to get lots of winter wear.
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Mark Smith

I had pizza for tea.

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