Knitted Bison & Muga silk with a diamond cabled design hat with a 3 1/2 inch ribbed bottom. The ribbed bottom is long enough for a deep or shallow fold with a great snug fit. Choose from five colors and made in the U.S.A.
- Diamond & cabled knitted design pattern on the hat, top open for bun
- Machine washable
- Five colors to choose from
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This is a Christmas present for my wife...so to be fair, I did not wear it. If this is like the rest of your products, I assumethe fit and quality will be excellent.
The absolutely best purchase I have ever made.
I adore this hat, even though, with my fine hair, I can't "fill up" the opening. Goes beautifully with my teal down coat.
I finally got it,but I dont have your "logo" mark on it. Its missing, but its in your pics on website!!
Love it! Great idea, beautiful color and warm. I got the fingerless gloves to match.
A little itchy at first, but I washed it inside-out and that seemed to help. Keeps my head warm, without doing weird things to my hair, which I prefer to keep up. I do wish the hole at the top was a bit smaller, but it is what it is.
I work outside everyday, and looked forward to this being a solution for keeping wind out of my ears. The weave is a little loose to keep ears protected, but when I wear it over a head band or a light weight pony tail hat, it provides sufficient warmth, and looks great!
during the school year i work outside every day and living in the PNW it's cold/rainy most of the year so i'm always on the lookout for beanies that are cute but also warm.. i love that this has a bun hole, it can get annoying having a bunch of hair get eveywhere.. the color is very pretty and is comfy to wear, i love it!!
S&D Spinning Mill, Millbury, MA, USA
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