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    JScoope
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    I have a lot of them, but I found myself generally rocking this one - http://needsupply.com/mens/accessories/winter-accessories/marl-beanie.html


    And this one - http://pedxbaltimore.wordpress.com/2011/11/09/new-acapulco-gold-angry-lo-bear-beanie-pedx/


    The 2nd one is ridiculously comfortable, the actual hat itself is made by New Era but I've never been able to find a plain one that his this thick soft knit. The A.G. guys told me it was specially made for them. But even so, the bear is a pretty dope play on the Polo bear. The first one just has a good fit and is simple, but still a little different with the heathering on it, and at $18 you can't lose.

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  • Jazzocaster
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    You can't go wrong with a Stormy Kromer in the winter months. I think they look pretty good and they do a great job of keeping your head warm too.


    http://www.stormykromer.com/mens/cap...rmy-kromer-cap

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  • Lib
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    As far as knit caps that don't have to be rolled up:





    but I hesitate on toques because unless they're short, they're just going to make your head look longer.


    Maybe a flat cap, but perhaps with more structure? The brim should help detract from your eggyness. You could find one that is cut to cover your ears as well.

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  • LesserBlackDog
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    Not sure what you mean by "eggish." Do you just have a really big head? Or is it shaped weirdly?


    You might want to try out a chunky, cable-knit cap like this:





    The texture and "chunkiness" of the hat might can help to mitigate an unusual head shape. The flip-up bit at the bottom can also help to visually break up your head shape a little, which can also normalize things a bit.

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  • statesboro
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    Well, that's sort of what I meant but without those uhm... rolled up thing. You know? I'm not full-english so I have no ide ahow to describe this. lol


    A beanie without those rollups - a plain piece of clothing wrapped around your head from below your ears. I don't look good in those because they stress how eggish my head is. It's not tragical but still. I'm gonna try out a few beanies and see if it looks good.

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  • Cannon
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    Can you pull his off? : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZsfB0ycfMo


    Maybe this one? http://cdn04.cdn.justjared.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/craig-regis/daniel-craig-regis-kelly-06.jpg


    I tend to not wear them myself, so not sure on that one.


    I like this look, personally: http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/accessories/hatsandscarves/PRDOVR~33871/33871.jsp


    What do you mean by 'classical, plain winter caps'? This? (George Clooney in 'The American'):

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  • MarijnG
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    I have this one (http://www.highsnobiety.com/news/wp-...er-2011-10.jpg) in 4 colourways, including this one, dark blue, green and beige. They are very comfortable, warm and have a great outdoorish feel. These kind of hats are also available at H&M, Zara and stuff in plain dark blue and black of course.

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  • statesboro
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    started a topic Winter headwear?

    Winter headwear?



    I need some inspiration for winter headwear, I don't know what to go with. My head shape is uhm... kind of like an egg so I don't really look too well in classical, plain winter caps.

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