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    For real cold around here I like this one

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    I have a few G I wool beanies and a few turtle fur wool beanies. Can't get the ears cold!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt. Mac View Post
    For real cold around here I like this one

    Brother Amen My Dad got me one a few Years back, Love it in cold weather with a Buff (wool) it Great!!
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    For normal cold weather, I'd say 15+ degrees I like a military issue wool watch cap, very comfy. For colder I wear a rabbit fur hat, not sure make and model, my bro got me and my dad one each for Christmas a few years back, now that badboy is warm.

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    I use a Columbia rabbit fur lined hat when cold or a under armor cold weather beanie
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    Beanie and depending on how cold determines if it's polartech or wool. Over that if it's raining/snowing I wear this: http://www.duluthtrading.com/store/m...-mn/11106.aspx which I have had for years. I just wax the canvas every few years and it keeps me dry.

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    I have a Mad Bomber and absolutely love it, but be warned, it is either for extreme cold, or in my personal findings, best when not doing a lot of activity. It's very easy to work up a head sweat with that atop your head. It's a great hat though.
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    90% of the time, I use a wool beanie hat from Marmot. If it's below 0F, I use a German milsurp flecktarn 'Mountain Cap' with the fold down ear flaps. That thing is toasty toasty warm, AND super cheap. I think Sportsmans Guide still carries them.
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    I'm not big on toboggan/toque/watch cap styles. I do have a US Army wool watch cap with the bill (Radar O'Reilly hat) which is decent - I like bills. My other issue with these types of headwear are that they do not block the wind well unless they have a Windbloc membrane and where I'm at the wind almost always blows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RickS View Post
    I had a stormy but wasn't satisified with it. I bought a filson duck hunting hat, they are waterproofed canvas with wool lining that can buckle down over your ears. I worked on the mississippi moving barges and was out in all kinds of weather, all year round. You won't be sorry, they are a little expensive but it will last forever. Good luck
    Rick, are you talking about the Tin Cloth Wildfowl Hat?

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