Hats Off: 5 Styles to Keep You Warm This Winter

by Matthew Wexler

EDGE Media Network Contributor

Sunday January 27, 2019

It's only a matter of time before temperatures drop down to single digits across much of the country. Perhaps your holiday gifts didn't yield the kind of chapeau that fits your style. No worries... EDGE offers you these five picks to keep warm (and on trend) this winter.

Boston Scally Co.

The classic scally cap ($48) features a herringbone pattern in a traditional cut, along with contrasting wool side panel.

Brooks Brothers

This casual cashmere cable knit hat ($118) is available in beige, charcoal or navy, and made in Italy. Pairs well with the brand's cashmere gloves!

Goorin Bros.

For a sporty look the next time you're headed out to chop some wood (or pick up take-out), consider one of Goorin Bros.' Animal Farm caps ($35). The embroidered mesh caps come in 28 different styles. Our favorite? The queen bee, of course!

Tenth Street Hats

Need a hat that will take you from city suave to vacation sunsets? Tenth Street Hats' Sonata ($123) is handwoven and made in the U.S.


Brixton elevates the classic Brood snap cap ($39) with sharp details such as eight panels, custom lining, and the brand's classic metal shield. Make a statement with a color that pops such as merlot or light olive.

Matthew Wexler is EDGE's Senior Editor, Features & Branded Content. More of his writing can be found at www.wexlerwrites.com. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram at @wexlerwrites.