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Whether you call it a tuque, a bobcap, or just a plain beanie, the knit cap has been the go-to headwear for working guys since ships had sails. Spur your inner stevedore with this knit watchman’s cap, designed to keep you warm in winter without making a scene. Because we can’t imagine Ahab in a hunter’s cap either.
Two problems with this hat. First it is wayyyyyy too small. Second if you fold the brim down there is an unattractive crease that is impossible to get rid of due to construction of the hat.1
i don't think my head is THAT big, but this hat is way too small for me. maybe that's why i'm not a hat person....1
This hat is made from acrylic wool, which can be itchy and is not as warm as other hats. If you want to wear it in spring/fall then OK, but it is style over function.1
Seems great but I'm just not a hat person so it doesn't have a use for me1
It doesn't fit my head. I wear a size 7 5/8 inch hat but this does not stretch enough. The quality of the hat is solid though.1
Kept my head warm, usually dont wear hats due to my hair style. Ill keep it, but wont use it anymore unless I go skiiing.1
Nothing special about this as far as I can tell. I already own cold weather headwear and this one isn't particularly special or fashionable.1
Looking for a a blue cap you got it with this product. But if you are looking to stay warm during cold, wintry, snowy weather then this is not for you. Plus it doesnt look very trendy when wearing.1
This kind of cap doesn't go well with me. But I think it's a nice simple cap. I'm probably going to gift it.1
Usually I wear hats on weekends when I am in my chill mode. I just did not enjoy this cap. Not for me, maybe for others....like people who live in Alaska!1