Winter Hats

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Price

less than $25
$25 - $49.99
$50 - $99.99
$100 - $199.99
$200 and above

Recent Winter Hat Reviews

Black Rock Gear Original Black Rock Hat

rated 5 of 5 stars The best of the best. Handmade with care in the USA by a small business. Excellent customer service. Crazy warm and soft. Does not squeeze your head. If you are serious about keeping warm and comfortable and are sick of hats not doing their job, this is the product for you. First, it is made right here in the USA by a very small company. You are supporting a small business and supporting someone who believes in his product and will give you great customer service. The fit is generous and the hat… Full review

SmartWool Training Beanie

rated 5 of 5 stars Breathable, lightweight beanie that fits well under the hood of an over jacket or soft shell. Another one of my lightweight purchases in preparation for higher altitude hikes this summer. I've worn this beanie several times under my Marmot Vapor Hoodie and during wet, snow/rain walks it has performed quite well when under the hood. When I've worn it by itself in upper 20s it's not the warmest but that's not what it's designed for. This is a training beanie, which actually lets some of the heat/moisture… Full review

Lost Horizon Junta Earflap Hat

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Handcrafted in Nepal, this wool hat has a generous 4 inch polyester lining band. Overall, a pretty decent hat but not one for every winter weather condition. I bought this hat primarily because of my large head size (24 1/4 inches, 61.6cm or 7 3/4, depending on what measurement you prefer). Most beanies never come close to covering my ears, so I needed a winter hat with flaps to protect my precious lobes. I've owned this hat now for six years and it has seen action in six snowy and cold winters,… Full review

Ibex Zepher Skull Cap

rated 4 of 5 stars A comfortable merino wool hat that will become your new favorite hat within a few minutes of wearing it. Definitely worth spending a few bucks on (though mine was a prize). So I have a SERIOUS PROBLEM with this hat....pretty soon it's going to be too warm to wear it all the time. This merino wool hat is phenomenally comfortable and comforting. I've been home sick all day today. The house has been cold, and I've been in my jammies and Ibex Zepher Skull Cap the entire time. Aside from pulling nursing… Full review

Mountain Hardwear Men's Micro Dome

rated 5 of 5 stars This beanie is super soft and really warm. I have owned it for two years and absolutely love it. It is lightweight and can stuff into a pocket on your jacket or bag very easily! I have had this hat for two years now and it is one of my favorite pieces of gear. It fits well and is super comfortable! If it's chilly weather, it would be a safe assumption that I will have this hat with me.  I love this particular hat because it's so lightweight and can stuff down into just about any pocket. If it's… Full review

Black Rock Gear Original Black Rock Hat

rated 5 of 5 stars This is simply the warmest, most comfortable, most durable, lightest beanie available at any price. I now own two of them, and I will buy another if my older one ever dies. I bought my first original Black Rock hat two years ago. I have worn it on several extended backpack trips to high elevation cold, and it has always kept me warm. It is, of course, 900+ fill goose down, and that's not just a sales gimmick. It is sewn with quilts, or baffles, to keep the down in place, but you notice no cold seams… Full review

Black Rock Gear Original Black Rock Hat

rated 5 of 5 stars The Black Rock Hat is a 900-fill Goose Down Beanie that became my new best friend during the Winter of 2014. Though price is a consideration, I have found it to be worth every penny. When I told my wife I was buying a down beanie with my Christmas money, she said, “That’s nice dear.” When the bank statement arrived, she freaked a bit. I’ll admit $65 for a hat is a hit to the wallet. But this review will show why I think it was worth every penny. First, Black Rock Gear is a cottage industry… Full review

Patagonia Lightweight Alpine Beanie

rated 5 of 5 stars This is a years-old Patagonia beanie, the lightweight in my arsenal. This is the one I wear when I want something on my head, but am moving fast and generating a lot of heat. Consistent with the thin fabric, wind cuts right through it, and it isn't very warm. However, it is great under hoods or balaclavas and quickly wrings out to dry. Despite its light weight, it has been tremendously durable. This is the oldest beanie I own.  It may also be the most versatile. I wear it on the hard uphills where… Full review

SmartWool Cuffed Beanie

rated 4 of 5 stars A super smooth all wool double layer beanie. The quality of the merino wool here is outstanding — you won't find a smoother and more comfortably finished wool fabric. The hat is double layered 250 weight merino, so it is fairly warm. Very stretchy, so fit will not be an issue. The double layered design means that it takes a fair bit longer to dry than single layer hats, and rolling the cuff up occasionally makes the inner and outer layers bumpy relative to each other I have been wearing this beanie… Full review

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