Super-Warm Trapper Hats That Won't Make You Look Like Elmer Fudd

January 3, 2013 by Samantha Lear
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Even if you’re hunting for sales instead of rabbits, that doesn’t mean you can’t try this bold winter hat trend. The trapper hat has become popular among the style-set recently, most likely due to its practicality and ability to make a statement. The cozy head-topper—originally a favorite of hunters who spent long hours in the chilly woods—is perfect on frigid days for keeping not only your head warm, but also your ears and neck. When the walk from the subway to your office door feels like crossing the Arctic tundra, this hat definitely comes in handy. Better yet, retailers now offer trappers in a variety of styles—faux-fur, fair isle, cable knit—to match any look or occasion. Click through to find the best trapper hat for you this winter.

For more cold-weather clothing, check out our list of chunky fisherman sweaters, snag Rachel Zoe’s nor’easter-friendly Soviet coat and take a lesson from Katie Holmes on non-bulky winter dressing.

Photo: [Karina in Fashion Land]


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