Bright Beanies Keep The Cold Weather At Bay

Bright Tilley Beanies

Beanies are the buzz word when it comes to keeping your head warm as the autumnal weather sets in.

And it’s important that the headgear is not only comfy and cosy, but trendy too. Canadian brand Tilley have always had an impressive collection of beanies.

Now they have added a new range of three hats which cater for everyone’s use outdoors and all come in eye catching colours.

Made from a mixture of high quality merino wool and synthetic fibres, the beanies are as warm as toast and look good for longer, so a great investment.

First up is the Warmth Beanie (£30) is a “rib knit’’ combining the best of the merino and acrylic, which means you get a plush and versatile hat which is just the ticket for all winter adventures. It features an 80/20 blend and a full micro-fleecing lining and has been designed to beat even the coldest Canadian temperatures and taking away moisture thanks to the ultra-fine fibres.

Navy Beanies from Tilley

The Trail Beanie (£24) is made from waffle knit to provide a comfortable and easy to care for hat which is a snug fit. With a 50% merino/acrylic blend and a microfleece headband for warmth, the hat is durable, breathable, and free of moisture. It comes in dark camel, green and navy colours.

And finally, the Hiking Beanie (£20), another rib knit, made this time for 50/50 merino/acrylic blend yarn to provide a comfortable and light-weight hat, which is breathable and can be worn throughout the autumn, winter and spring. It comes in dark camel, green, blue and black.

These new hats are just part of a wide range of products from this long-standing company and which include 100 % merino wool and organic cotton options.

For more information and to see the full range of hats, please visit: www.tilley.com

Author Bio:

Rebecca Hay is an experienced travel writer and member of The British Guild of Travel Writers. Follow her adventures with her family on Twitter and Instagram @emojiadventurer and on Facebook via EmojiAdventurers2.

Photographs courtesy of Tilley

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