Hats & Toques
$44.99 - $59.00
When you pull on this retro beanie, you just may want to break out the heavy bass line and get down to some serious funk. It’s made from a soft, comfortable blend of all-recycled polyester and spandex that stays dry on powder days, insulates even when wet, and feels smooth and itch-free on the skin. Throwback features include a 3-inch, rib-knit cuff and pom-pom styling. One size.
$45.00 - $49.00
Featuring a brim made with Bureo’s fully traceable NetPlus® 100% recycled fishing nets, our closer-fitting trucker hat has an organic cotton front, a polyester mesh back and an adjustable snap closure. Fair Trade Certified™ sewn.
Featuring a brim made with Bureo’s fully traceable NetPlus® 100% recycled fishing nets, this traditional low-crown, unstructured, six-panel ball cap is made with organic cotton and a self-fabric adjustable strap. Fair Trade Certified™ sewn.
Now featuring a brim made with Bureo’s fully traceable NetPlus® 100% recycled fishing nets, our classic mid-crown trucker hat features an organic cotton front, a polyester-mesh back and an adjustable snap closure. Fair Trade Certified™ sewn.
The SWIX TISTA is a versatile soft winter beanie that will keep you warm and stylish. This training hat features fibres made with activated charcoal derived from coconut husks. This reborn yarn acts as a natural catalyst enhancing the fabric’s resistance to moisture, odour control and UV protective properties. This modern material is quick-drying and makes for the perfect hat for training cross-country or running. Fits cozily on the forehead with a spandex content keeping it stretchable.
The Blizzard Beanie is a double-layer folded beanie, relatively thick but ever so soft and comfortable. Swix “shield” touring logo for the right retro appearance.
The Swix Dakari Beanie offers a beautiful wool blend (50% wool, 50% acrylic) for ultimate comfort and warmth with Primaloft insulation. A big pompom matches the beautifully patterned snowflakes reminiscent of the ski instructor look. Great hat for your winter activities!
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