HATS FOR COLD

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MAIKA BOLATIKI

et and rainy sea­son is al­ways cold and we need to wear warm clothes.

When fully dressed in this sea­son, the head is of­ten the largest un­cov­ered part of the body, of­ten un­cov­ered even when go­ing out in the cold, so putting on a hat is the first step to make a big dif­fer­ence to keep warm.

Putting on a hat to keep you warm is easy and it is also easy to take it off again if you start to warm up.

There are count­less de­signs of hats for cold weather and peo­ple have their own de­signs and likes.

Some favour syn­thetic ma­te­ri­als over wool for com­fort and fit, less itchy and less likely to go baggy than wool.

A beanie type is very ef­fec­tive and should be able to be pulled over the ears or have ear flaps that can be folded up if not needed.

Bal­a­clavas are use­ful too, they can of­ten be rolled up to look like a con­ven­tional hat be­fore rolling down to cover the face and neck.

It is good to have an­other hat in case you mis­place it, or some­one re­moves it from where you nor­mally leave it.

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