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Our World is Freezing, Warm Hats Still in Stock

Submitted by on January 11, 2014 – 8:34 pm

Chicago hit a HIGH of -13 degrees Fahrenheit on Monday. Our high temperature stayed below zero for roughly 72 hours! Locals started calling the area “Chiberia.”

Not surprising, there has been a run on ultra-warm hats to keep the deadly cold at bay.

But, hey. It’s Chicago in winter, and Hats Plus is more than ready with plenty more great styles of warm hats to get you ready for the next arctic blast, which forecasters are already predicting we’ll have within a month.

Here are a couple great winter hat ideas for all senses of style:

Kangol makes some of the most fashionable hats and caps on the market. This wool 504 cap delivers on the cool factor while still allowing you to stay warm with earflaps that can be hidden inside the hat when you don't want them.

Does your teenager think they are too cool to wear a hat in winter? If you are tired of fighting with them to wear some dorky stocking cap they’ve had since they were a kid, try helping them score some points with the other kids while keeping them warm with a wool Kangol cap equipped with stealthy earflaps.┬á When it is cold and they are outside, they can flap the ear covers down from inside the cap to stay warm. As soon as they are safe inside, they can tuck the earflaps back up and go back to chillin’ in the ever-stylish Kangol 504 wool cap design.

The Tilley Montana offers a warm wool felt fedora that is water and snow repellent AND hidden earflaps to provide extra warmth on those extra cold days.

Maybe you like the fedora look, but need to find a way to keep your ears warm in the wind and severe cold? Try out the Tilley Montana. It is a warm wool-felt fedora with a slightly Western flair. This hat is water and snow repellent. The polyester inner lining helps wick away sweat and moisture. Best of all, it also has tuckaway ear flaps! It is one of the toughest element-fighting fedoras we carry.

If that isn’t enough, it is time to turn to the thermal nuclear option. Whether they are made from leather, fur, faux fur or fleece, our bombers are the warmest hats we carry. Each bomber fits snuggly against your skull to help trap the heat and fend off the wind. Earflaps extend to tie up under your chin, keeping both your ears and cheeks warm. It is worth looking a little like an old-skool aviator or explorer for this type of heat.

The Mad Bomber is one of the all-around warmest hats we carry and perfect for defeating winter's coldest, especially during a polar vortex.

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