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02-23-2011 02:42 AM
tyler243 I rock a black carhartt beanie, cheap and indestructible
02-21-2011 05:06 PM
fattrav Go for a Coal Frena, they're a damned nice beanie. You could learn how to crochet and make your own?

Sounds like you wouldnt be out of place rocking a tinfoil hat though...maybe thats a plausible suggestion.
02-21-2011 01:32 PM
snowman123456 I bought a few different beanies online for comparison.

My favorite is the Spacecraft Watchman beanie.

Some beanies are too "yarn-y" with big sloppy fuzzy threads.

This beanie is just right. The wool is not too thick and not too thin.

The shape is not too slouchy - just right - the way a good beanie should fit.

Great all-around product.
02-10-2011 07:11 PM
51bombed
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Originally Posted by snowman123456 View Post
I'm not sure why you're redirecting me to a ski forum.

Is "ski après" taboo on this forum? It sounds more natural than "boarding après".
i was just pokin fun at ya man =P i know what ya mean... the effort on the accented E called for it =P
02-10-2011 03:25 PM
linvillegorge You definitely need one of those Mental hat/beanie/whatever the fuck they are things. I greatly encourage the wearing of these. It makes it much easier to spot and avoid the tourist gapers.
02-10-2011 02:15 PM
LuckyRVA I typically wear this when off the slopes





02-10-2011 02:45 AM
MistahTaki Get the "Neff Daily Beanie" they sag nice and look off the chain.
02-10-2011 02:04 AM
Inky I image searched "Ski Cap" and here are some nice ones.

If you can't get enough Princess Leia in your life...

No description needed.

Super dope "ski cap" from Ed Hardy

For all you Pussycat Dolls fans out there

If you're into stapling small furry animals to your head, but you're tired of those nosy SPCA folks, get one of these!

Helmets are for gapers and kooks. Get one of these!
02-10-2011 12:57 AM
snowman123456
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Originally Posted by 51bombed View Post
this is a snowboarding forum, you might wanna try the skiing forum.
Skiing Forum - Downhill , Cross Country Skiing Discussion Forum is the sister-forum of this community.

if you're looking for beanies, take the advice and hit a local shop, pick one out that doesnt make you look like an ape, and rock it.
I'm not sure why you're redirecting me to a ski forum.

Is "ski après" taboo on this forum? It sounds more natural than "boarding après".
02-10-2011 12:51 AM
51bombed
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Nah dude - helmet is for boarding - ski cap is for ski après.
this is a snowboarding forum, you might wanna try the skiing forum.
Skiing Forum - Downhill , Cross Country Skiing Discussion Forum is the sister-forum of this community.

if you're looking for beanies, take the advice and hit a local shop, pick one out that doesnt make you look like an ape, and rock it.
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