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    And the winning hat is...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DocDave View Post
    And the winning hat is...
    TBD! Came down with something this weekend, so didn't make it to Goorin or other spots. Thanks all for the input! Hope to report back soon

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    Kind of depends on your style, taste, and preferences, plus how cold it gets where you live. I've worn hats most of my adult life; I'm fortunate that they look good on my head. But I don't like any hat that covers my ears, so no knit caps or beanies for me. I wear a Donegal tweed flat cap if it's in the 30s or above, but for colder days I have a Stormy Kromer cap (https://www.stormykromer.com/the-ori...my-kromer-cap/) (which is heavier wool and also has a flannel lining for an extra bit of insulation) and then I add a pair of 180s-type ear muffs. If it's below 20 I wear a hooded parka, but still wear the hat. Bonus for Kromers: they are made in Michigan. Minus: there's branding embroidered on the back, though it's more subtle than many other brands' logos.

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