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Men's Hats for Style

Updated on August 23, 2017

Men's Hats for Cool Guys!

I know how hard it is to find a hat with sex appeal! A hat that makes you look cool and yet keeps you warm. Men's winter hats come in all shapes and sizes and the one you choose matters!

When it's cold outside we all search the back of our drawers hoping to find a warm hat that isn't going to make us look like total dorks!

My wife has often stopped short in her steps, looked at me and howled with laughter because of my hat, or begged me to take it off before we went into the next shop, or bank, or anywhere - why? Because I looked ridiculous!

So I got to thinking that adventure travelers need to look cool right? But they also have to keep warm! So how do you know which hat to choose? Here's where my lens will come in very handy.

Read about how to knit a hat here for those of you with a need to learn a new skill!

That's it folks, simple, this page is about winter hats for men! So you'd be advised to have a look here before buying.

Winter Hat Options.. - Looking Cool and Staying Warm ! This is great advice.

Men's Winter Hats - that keep your ears warm

I have picked out a hat that I really like here, but if you click on any one of these you will be taken straight to where you can find many other similar designs.

It's warm, quality, good size. 21 out of a possible 22 people gave this hat 4 or 5 stars in the Amazon rating.


Does a Hat Really Keep You Warm?

It is a popular idea that you lose more heat from your head than elsewhere, but it’s not true. No it’s just a popular myth.

You do however need to wear a hat in the cold weather, but only because it is one way of helping to keep your whole body warm – just like wearing trousers, for example.

So what happens when it is cold outside?

When the weather’s cold your body senses this and your brain takes a few measures to protect you or at least to protect your vital organs.

The hands and feet, however, are expendable so the brain orders the blood vessels there to become narrower and give off less heat. That’s why you often look pale and your fingers can turn white when you are really cold.

If you start to feel cold inside you will also start to shiver to get some movement into your muscles and warm them up.

Inevitably, whatever comes in to contact with cold air, icy cold rain, or snow is going to become cold. That’s why we are sensible enough to cover our bodies with clothing. If we went around stripped to the waist, but wearing a hat we’d still become pretty cold.

Despite that knowledge some of us still go around dressed warmly, but with our poor heads exposed to everything the winter can throw at us. It doesn’t make much sense.

If you cover your head properly that will keep it warm. If you aren’t losing heat from your head your whole body will be warmer and the brain won’t have to close down the blood vessels in your fingers.

Keep everything covered, including your head, and you’ll be warm on the coldest winter day.

Remember, there is no such thing as bad weather just inappropriate clothing – or lack of it.

"Eat the Hat!" - "Now you're taking me alliterally!"

Smartwool Merino Mens Cuffed Beanie Hat

Merino wool is the softest warmest wool ever. I don't usually like wool - it irritates me, so I have to go for either cashmere or Merino. That's how sensitive my skin is!!

  • 100% Smartwool/Merino beanie style hat
  • Regulates temperature
  • Breathable
  • Reversible jersey knit construction with contrast color interior. Double layer design with clean finish seams for bulk free fit.

"I'm delighted to be back in business with my old friends. I don't know if the pants still fit, but I know the hat will."

— Harrison Ford

Great Men's Winter Hats on Amazon - Love this color - wouldn't it just suit your eyes!

Indiana Jones Men's Wool Felt Water Repellent Outback Fedora with Grosgrain
Indiana Jones Men's Wool Felt Water Repellent Outback Fedora with Grosgrain

How would your guy look in one of these? Leave a comment in the box below.


Watch Them Make a Cowboy Hat - It's fascinating!

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Please vote for your favorite style of men's hat

The point here is to gather experiences from men who wear hats, or women who like men in hats, and to find out what style is the most popular.

Then, anyone who visits this page can see what everyone else is voting for.

You don't have to be male to vote - women buy hats for men all the time!

What style of winter hat do you think suits you the most?

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I Love This Shot the way their heads are low - Notice his cool hat!


If your loved one gave you a hat you hated for a present would you wear it?

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A short video about hats - They're making a comeback!


Does your Hat work for you?

My wife's dad wore a hat, but not to keep out the cold, it was an indoor hat. It was a very tall white hat that had to be starched into shape. He was a chef.

I was wondering how many of you wear a hat at work as part of a uniform maybe.

Please leave and comment if you do and tell us what work you do. Do you think it suits you? What is it for? And do you like wearing it?

We Salute Our Firefighters.


© 2012 Giovanna

Do you wear a hat for work?

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    • Adventuretravels profile imageAUTHOR


      3 years ago from UK

      Wow! I'd love to make hats! What kinds do you make?

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      3 years ago

      I am a hat manufacturer.

    • Adventuretravels profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago from UK

      @SusanDeppner: I won't tell him - I promise lol! Thanks for your visit

    • SusanDeppner profile image

      Susan Deppner 

      5 years ago from Arkansas USA

      My husband has a couple of hats he wears when he's working in the yard or walking Daisy on a sunny day. Don't tell him, but he really looks like Old McDonald when he's wearing his straw hat, riding the mower. I love it, though, and it protects him from those harmful rays.

    • Adventuretravels profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago from UK

      @DavidMoses1986: Thanks very much for your visit and comment. I think guys look great in the right style of hat.

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      5 years ago

      Actually I don't often wear hats, I wear hats during hot summer and during rainy season. Nice lens :)

    • Adventuretravels profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago from UK

      @Brite-Ideas: Does he know you think that lol! Thanks for your visit and comment.

    • Brite-Ideas profile image

      Barbara Tremblay Cipak 

      5 years ago from Toronto, Canada

      my husband wears those pilot troopers (and it looks very funny!)

    • Adventuretravels profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago from UK

      @Merrci: I'm afraid we need umbrellas and wellies he -or even waders! Hats would get soggy in no time at all. It's been shocking! Thanks for your visit.

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      Merry Citarella 

      5 years ago from Oregon's Southern Coast

      No, but I love the trapper hats to keep those ears warm! Fun lens and timely too!

    • Adventuretravels profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago from UK

      @tonyleather: It sounds great - I'll add them to the lens. Thanks for leaving a comment.

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      5 years ago

      Thinsulate is my woolly hat of choice, usually.

    • Adventuretravels profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago from UK

      @IanTease: Great! I bet you look fantastic - it must be cold up on a roof! Soviet hat it the only way to go!! Thank you for your visit.

    • IanTease profile image


      5 years ago

      Yes, I'm a builder and roofer so a hat is absolutely essential. Wouldn't be without my soviet style one.

    • Adventuretravels profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago from UK

      @sousababy: I'm wondering whether that's a silly question really! I think I was thinking about people who wear uniforms like nurses and such. Thanks for your answer!

    • sousababy profile image


      5 years ago

      Well, no, it's a heated environment - of course on special holidays I might (Halloween, Easter, Christmas).


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