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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.
I love this thing. It looks great with my peacoat and is warm to boot. I'll be purchasing the other color soon!5
I feel like Marv from Home Alone when I put this bad boy on!4
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
fit well and pretty stylish for a winter hat. Black would have been better though.4
As a stocking hat goes, this one is so-so. I love comfortable hats as much as the next guy, but this one just had kind of a weird fit to it. The top came to a tip which made it look odd when it wasn't all the way on and the branding tag sticks out of the side looking like you didn't take the tag off after buying. I'm not disappointed with the hat, just think it's maybe not for me.3
This hat is surprisingly warm and goes with a lot of outfits and looks.4
I personally do not wear knit caps like this so i gave it to my father and he said it has a nice feel and did its job.4
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
Everyone if you wear this stylish hat. It has been my go to beanie for this brutal Chicago winter.4
This hat looks good with any coat or outfit that someone is wearing5