Winter style – hats

A warm noggin is a happy noggin. These winter hats will keep your bonce sheltered from the winter elements

"You lose 90 per cent of body heat through your head" may be a load of old hogwash, but there are few better solutions to the problem of a cold bonce than a good winter hat. Here are six classy noggin warmers to consider.

Icon Brand Joshua Tree

£20

Fred Perry Cable Bobble

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Winter style – hats - Fred Perry Cable Bobble 2

Look like a modern day Aztec with this simple rolled-up beanie – and there’s no need to sacrifice anything more than twenty quid to get it.

The North Face Anygrade

£35

Duffer Brummel Bobble

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Winter style – hats - Duffer Brummel Bobble 2

Cable knit isn’t just for big old jumpers, as this bobble-toting beanie from Fred Perry aptly illustrates. Merino and cotton too – so it’ll keep you nice and warm.

Patagonia Sloucher

£20

Berghaus Spila Chunky Knit

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Winter style – hats - Berghaus Spila Chunky Knit 2

This "bolt blue" beanie can be worn loose and baggy or covering up almost all of your dome – an important thing to consider when you’re taking to the slopes.

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£12

jdsports.co.uk

Logo-demanders will appreciate the prominent branding on this bobble-topped barnet-coverer, and everyone can appreciate the stocking filler price tag.

£29

patagonia.com

Patagonia has been tricking out style-conscious trekkers for years, and this hooped, loose-fitting beanie continues the trend.

£18

berghaus.com

“Tropical Midnight” is the colour of this heavily textured head-topper from Brit outfit Berghaus, but you’ll be more thankful of it in Baltic conditions.

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