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Types of Headwear

Balaclava

A balaclava is a kind of fabric headgear that only shows a single part of the face, normally the eyes and mouth. Balaclava is perfect for limiting cold exposure and frostbite to the face and ears. All kinds of headwears are available on Arcteryx, Salomon, Salewa, Columbia, Adidas.

Bandana

A beanie is a head fitting brimless hat, made from three sided boards of cloth attached by a button at the top and seamed together throughout the planes. Usually produced of cloth or pressed material, a beanie can also be manufactured from leather or silk.

Beanie

A beanie is a head fitting brimless hat, made from three sided boards of cloth attached by a button at the top and seamed together throughout the planes. Usually produced of cloth or pressed material, a beanie can also be manufactured from leather or silk.

A cap

A cap is a class of soft and smooth headwear, normally with a visor. Caps have crests that drape very near to the head. Caps typically have a visor or no border at all. They are widespread in informal and informal events and are seen in games and style.

Hats

The hats are a kind of head clothing that is used for several purposes, including shelter toward weather situations, formal purposes such as university convocation, religious purposes, protection, or as a fashion article.

Headbands

The headbands are clothing gears used in the hair or around the forehead, normally to keep hair aside from the face or eyes. Headbands usually have a ring of stretchy plastic.

Visor

The visors are the covering that shields the eyes. Many visors are translucent, but before effective transparent materials were created, visors were opaque.


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