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The 15 Best Beanies to Buy Now

These will keep your head warm without sacrificing style.

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A beanie, in conjunction with a big, warm coat, is your main line of defense against the biting cold of winter. Scientists may have debunked the long held myth that "40-50-percent of heat escapes from the head," but wearing one certainly won't hurt. They'll keep your ears from crystalizing and crumbling off, your hair from catching falling snowflakes and, your forehead from facing the brunt of a frozen breeze. Any of these versatile options will keep your head warm and your style on point through the cold season.

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Merino Wool Beanie
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Colorful Standard

Colorful Standard's the best way to top off your fit. It's perfectly proportioned, made in Portugal with Italian superfine merino wool for a silky touch and comes in every color you could conceivably want. Oh, and it's just $35.

Classic Lambswool Hat
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Drake's

As per usual, the Drake's take on the beanie is high quality and classic. Made from super soft lambswool, this ribbed beanie is simple enough to pair with any outfit.

A18 Watch Hat
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Carhartt

This all-acrylic beanie is a staple on the jobsite and in hip neighborhoods thanks to its value, warmth and street cred.

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Mongolian Cashmere Ribbed Beanie
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Quince

Quince's classic beanie is Grade A Mongolian Cashmere for a fraction of the cost. Transparency is emphasized in every piece from the brand, meaning better quality at an easier to understand price.

Huckberry Beanie
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Huckberry

Online retailer Huckberry also sells it own beanie emblazoned with a tiny little tree logo. Made in Japan from a blend of materials, these are hard-wearing but also good-looking.

Fisherman's Beanie
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Patagonia

Trust the outdoors professionals at Patagonia to make a beanie capable of withstanding event the coldest weather — at a fair price. Their Fisherman's Beanie comes rolled in almost a dozen colors, each cut from 100-percent recycled polyester. 

Fisherman Beanie
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Outerknown

Outerknown's seaside rendition takes after classic fisherman watch caps with a traditional cable-knit style. It's calculated blend of merino wool and organic cotton balances warmth with softness.

Bulky Watch Cap
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Rototo

For those looking to jack some Marvin Gaye style (honestly, who isn't?), try Rototo's made-in-Japan beanie. It's got a lofty knit that'll have you feeling like your head is in the clouds.

Ribbed Blend Beanie
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Inis Méain

Knit from a blend of Donegal merino wool and cashmere on a remote island off the coast of Ireland, Inis Méain's beanies feature tonal flecks, a thick cuff and an ultra-soft feel. 

Ribbed Beanie
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Mr P.

Mr Porter's in-house brand, Mr P., makes excellent seasonal accessories. Their Ribbed Beanie is a great example. Cut from 100-percent wool, it wears tightly around the head and comes in four colors.

Any Day Beanie
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Maybe Tomorrow

Maybe Tomorrow's beanie became so popular they started selling them year-round. It's 100-percent acrylic and comes with the brand's signature safety pin addition.

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Topo Designs

Topo Design's classic Watch Cap comes in six colors, each with the classic patch logo on the front. Whether for skiing or playing in the snow or simply walking to work, this one's a solid option.

Double Layer Beanie
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Naadam

Naadam serves up a double dose of cashmere with its extra roomy beanie made from pure Mongolian cashmere.

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Filson

This high-vis orange isn't the only hue Filson's Watch Cap comes in. It's a classic, though. Choose from several others, each with their own retro-tinged text logo.

Short Merino Beanie
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COS

COS' Merino Beanie capitalizes on the tiny beanie trend by dropping this "short" accessory. The fold, however, can be unfolded.

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