A beanie with ear flaps and ties - perfect for keeping little ears warm and ensuring little fingers cannot pull it off. Single jersey knit layer of merino with a double layer over ears. OSFA for ages 6 months to 2 years.
This little hat is just the cutest hat for babies I have ever seen while being so practical in keeping little ears warm. My son can not stand hands and they do not last more than a second on is head. That is until I found this little beauty!!!
I can put this on his head and secure it with the ties under his chin and pull though he might he can not get it off!! It really has been great and I am hoping it will get him used to wearing hats on his head as the more he wears this one the less he tries to pull it back off again as he is starting to give up as he knows it doesn't come off.
Being merino I know it will keep his little head warm and it is nice and thick around the ears to keep an extra layer over the ears. The merino is such great quality and is really soft. It is also not itchy like some woollen hats can be. I was a bit sceptical about the one size fits all as Cai has quite a large head but it will definitely last him until he is 2 as it fits him now with room so was definitely a great investment.
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