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Heads up on beanies

November 15, 2005|Scott Doggett

It's chilly on the slopes, but a variety of fabrics, colors and styles can top off your gear and keep you warm.

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SMOKIN' BUNNY

Hipsters may recognize the bunny on this all-acrylic beanie as the work of San Francisco-based artist Frank Kozik. $17. (562) 997-8755, www.posterpop.com.

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HEMP KNIT

This organic hemp beanie is perfect for skiing in mild weather because it's not too warm. $16. Matching muscle shirt available. (877) 729-4367, www.rawganique.com.

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BURTON FRYAR

This wool-acrylic beanie with the Fryar look and name seems confused: It has the insignia of a Japanese samurai, but it's made in China. (800) 881-3138, www.burton.com.

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AGENT BEANIE

This lid is comfortable and snug with a fine-gauge knit of merino wool and acrylic yarn for warmth and resiliency. $18. (888) 467-4327, www.orgear.com.

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JACQUARD KNIT

This Jacquard-loom wool beanie was the warmest and softest one tested. $16. (714) 528-9384, www.e4hats.com.

-- Scott Doggett

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