If there’s one winter accessory that will never go out of style, it’s for sure the aviator hat. Originally used in long expeditions or in extreme conditions, this type of hat is one of the most resistant – but mostly comfortable accessory that you can wear this winter. For years, it looks has been adapting to city and country living.
Fjällräven’s Nordic Heater
The Fjällräven’s Nordic Heater will keep you ultra-toasty with its synthetic fur – that you’ll find on the peak, edges and ear flaps. Its polyamid lining and polyester shell are making it waterproof, wich is pretty practical in a snowstorm. A strap under the chin will also keep the hat on your head in hard winds.
Canada Goose’s Aviator
Here, we can benefit from all of Canada Goose’s expertise and craftsmanship skills, in one single hat. Insulated with 625-fil duck down insulation and covered with coyote fur for a maximum of comfort and heat, the Aviator hat also has an adjustable chin strap. The Arctic-Tech shell makes its very resistant to rain and snow.
The Nassak by Harricana is the top-of-the-line aviator hat. It breathes quality and durability. With its calfskin leather shell and recycled coyote fur insulation, it is ultra-comfortable. A 100% natural winter accessory that you can keep and use for many, many years.