Best hats & caps for men according to redditors

We found 876 Reddit comments discussing the best hats & caps for men. We ranked the 559 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Men's Hats & Caps:

u/Robozomb · 103 pointsr/trees

Thats not a dad hat tho. Dad hats have bent brims.

Edit: If anyone wants to make an actual dad hat similar to this, sew this patch onto this hat. Dope hat for <$15.

u/PromptCriticalSOE · 60 pointsr/Planetside
u/chefranden · 36 pointsr/Physics
u/CatAssassin · 34 pointsr/JusticeServed
u/satansrapier · 25 pointsr/WhyWereTheyFilming

They sell that hat on Amazon for like 15 bucks. It's the only hat I've worn in the (moderate) cold of Minnesota. Best purchase I've made recently.

Edit: I guess it's $20.99 now.

Link if you're interested:

u/_focks · 15 pointsr/FargoTV

Pretty close

I want one too but it seems you would need one custom made

u/science_puppy · 14 pointsr/vaxxhappened

I know exactly what you should get her for Christmas

u/quince23 · 11 pointsr/casualknitting

Weirdly, the nicer the yarn you use, the more likely you are to "save" money vs buying retail. For example, a ribbed cap for an adult might take me 75g of Andean Treasure, or just over $10 of materials if I were to buy full retail price, which I don't (there are sales all the time, and I buy from stashes on Rav). A basic alpaca ribbed cap on Amazon costs $40. So knitting can save money if you have expensive tastes and don't mind spending the time :)

A similar hat in acrylic would cost $5 or so retail, but still cost at least $1-$2 in yarn.

My favorite internet sources for affordable yarn are Deramores for acrylic/blends, Knitpicks for cottons and non-specialty wools, and Webs for merino.

u/babyhueybeats · 10 pointsr/streetwear

Dad caps on Amazon. peep the customer images

u/ross_guy · 10 pointsr/news


I bought a "Carhart" beanie from one of their prefered vendors that said it was authentic and in-stock only to be immediately notified after purchase it was out of stock and I would get it in a few weeks. So I tried canceling the order, but the vendor kept dogging and Amazon was no help. 3 weeks later it shows it in an envelope from China and ends up up being a thin, teeny piece of fabric with a cheap crooked patch. So I file a claim saying the vendor sold me fake product and I want a full return. I get no reply and resubmit. The vendor gets defensive and says I'm harassing him when I call him a fraud. I reach out again to Amazon but get no response.

Frustrated, I message Carhart on Facebook and tell them that Amazon is profiting off the sale of fake merch and wont do anything about it. I get a response in a few minutes and they're sending me a real beanie at no charge with a prepaid envelope for me to send them the fake item and all packaging. It's sad how quick Carhart helps me when I never gave them any money while Amazon and Freddy Fraudster in China can't be bothered.

Long story short, fuck Amazon because his store is still up:

u/lepetitcombinard · 9 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Layering is really important. I don't know what you already have in your wardrobe but a few warm sweaters, a decent coat would be nice (from Uniqlo, Jcrew/JCrew Factory, Gap...). A good pair of boots and socks are also a must. Not too familiar with Chicago but you might also want long underwear. Finally, you'll want to grab gloves, a beanie and a scarf.

u/shward · 9 pointsr/Eugene

Just pick up one of these and you'll worry no more!

u/GinDeMint · 8 pointsr/washingtondc

Fellow male SoCal transplant here! First, get some flexible measuring tape, the kind used by tailors. Use this to measure your neck, chest, inseam, etc. Do this several times to make sure that you have a good set of measurements. Accurate measurements are key, since looser clothing means more heat leaving your body.

These measurements will make online shopping a hell of a lot easier. Winter clothes are expensive, so Amazon is your friend. I'll post a few of the things that I rely on for the coldest days below, all of which have been godsends. I have terrible circulation in my hands, feet, and ears so your mileage may vary, but you'd be surprised how much cold wind hurts your ears. My east coast native friends make fun of some of these things, but I'll take non-misery over judgment when it's ten degrees.

Carhartt makes some of the warmest, and cheapest, winter items. They're not fashionable, but they're durable and affordable. This hat is $8 and it's been warm enough to keep my ears and scalp toasty during walks to work. The Carhartt scarf is also a godsend. If you're anything like me, you never realized that a scarf actually served a functional purpose, but it'll make any coat significantly warmer by preventing heat loss. Carhartt and others sell wool socks that you'll be glad to have if you walk to work.

This next item is the dorkiest by far: an electric jacket. Just like an electric blanket with some added shame. There are some more high-end versions, but a few power tool companies make them for affordable prices. They're waterproof (ie snowproof), carry a charge for hours, and have different heat settings. [This Bosch one is $150] ( and has good reviews. Milwaukee sells a newer model that also includes an in-pocket USB charger, which I recently saw at a Home Depot around here. The big advantage of the electric jacket is the heat settings: because it can be off or on low/medium/high, you're essentially carrying around four jackets. I never would have made it through Inauguration without this jacket.

Also important: gloves! Don't skimp on these. You'll want a pair that are waterproof but pliable enough that they won't make it impossible to
tie your shoes or pull out your metro card. I highly recommend these smartphone gloves. The fingertips are lined with silver threads for conductivity, so you'll be able to use your phone/trackpad in the cold. These are a great value, but they'll be the least forgiving of poor measurements so be careful to get this right!

Lastly, long underwear. I've never met a suit that kept my legs warm, so these merino wool underwear are amazing. A good pair of these will keep you warm on the coldest days but be breathable and soft enough to keep on under your slacks all day (or you can remove them at work, of course).

Most of these things are for the coldest days. You won't need anything like them most of the time, but you'll be glad when you have them. You'll also want an overcoat somewhat like this, some more stylish scarves, etc. For dress shoes, just be vigilant about cleaning the salt off! I'd never run into road salt before moving here, but there will be months where it's on all the sidewalks and it just ruins leather. Get some leather conditioner (I like this stuff) and apply it to your shoes regularly to keep them in good condition. Dry leather becomes cracked leather which becomes useless leather.

I hope this helps!

u/Jimtonicc · 8 pointsr/wallstreetbets

Electro Deflecto Unisex "Tin" Foil Hat One Size

u/jfalc0n · 8 pointsr/Vive

I ended up getting a two-pack of balaclava's from Amazon, they actually do fairly well at keeping the sweat contained.

I was actually browsing for them online while eating lunch at my desk and a passing co-worker who happened to look over my shoulder said, "please let me know before you come in to work with that on."

u/tuctrohs · 7 pointsr/cycling

If you want a step up from trying to breath through a scarf or whatever, there are heat exchanger masks that do a better job of warming the air with less resistance to airflow. Only needed if you have problems or are in very cold air, but it's good to know that that option exists, and it also has a side benefit that you stay warmer and can reduce the number of warm layers you wear.

There are more, but those are a few of them.

u/SupeRaven · 7 pointsr/oculus

I suggest getting a sweat beanie. I got it after a couple experiences in Robo Recall and it's helped.

It also helps turn VR-hair into the much more socially acceptable hat-hair. Note: -5 to Charisma while wearing.

u/SadThad · 6 pointsr/malefashionadvice
u/LightsiderTT · 5 pointsr/germany

A few tips from another cycle commuter, who commutes a similar distance to you:

  • Hub dynamo and lights are an absolute must. The rolling resistance is negligible, you never have to faff around with batteries, and a good front light can be ludicrously bright if you want it to be.
  • I would look for a bike with a relatively upright posture - but this is a personal preference. Insist on riding around outside for a bit on any bike you look at more closely, and get a feel for what kind of posture you like best. Any halfway competent bike shop will be adapting the bike to you when you buy it (eg moving the handlebars up and down to get the posture you want), so definitely take advantage of that.
  • Mudguards.
  • I would personally skip the forward suspension, unless you will be cycling over rougher paths regularly. Consider getting a saddle suspension (the parallelogram suspensions are best).
  • Hub gears are probably best for you. The land where you live is really flat, and hub gears are essentially zero-maintenance. In general I would prioritise maintenanability over performance - if you’ll be using the bike every day, you want something that is very robust and doesn’t need to be repaired every week.
  • Rear luggage rack, so that you don’t have to carry your bags/books/etc in a rucksack.
  • I quite like the power of hydraulic rim brakes, but they may be a touch overkill for you. A good set of V-brakes is probably sufficient.
  • Puncture-resistant tyres are a godsend. I’ve used Schwalbe Marathon Plus tyres for a while, and they will roll over anything without puncturing, but are fairly heavy. The “regular” Marathon tyres are probably a good compromise.
  • Helmet goes without saying.

    If (like me) you’ll be commuting all year, then you need some good foul-weather clothes. I can particularly recommend:

  • A waterproof but not necessarily warm jacket, with underarm zippers which you can open and close for ventilation. When the weather gets colder just wear a fleece under the jacket - easier than buying two jackets.
  • Windproof gloves. For the coldest months you may need a second pair of insulated gloves (I just use my skiing gloves for that).
  • Balaclava-type headgear (example). These are super comfortable for cold or rainy weather. I wear mine from about November to February.
  • Light, waterproof trousers. I keep a pair rolled up at the bottom of my bike bags if it looks like it might rain, and when it does, I just pull them over my normal trousers.

    My last bike was from VSF, a local bike manufacturer, and I was very happy with it. I personally wouldn’t spend less than about 700 € on a bike which you’ll be using for 100km a week. Cheaper bikes tend to use lower quality components, which wear out (or just break) faster.
u/ohmercy · 5 pointsr/malefashion

Just get a Carhartt one?

Edit: meant to reply to the poster above :/

u/YungJorts · 5 pointsr/nfl
u/einstein2001 · 5 pointsr/malefashionadvice

I just picked up a red Carhartt watch hat.


u/Central_Incisor · 5 pointsr/BuyItForLife
u/zeerz · 4 pointsr/gaming

I got this for you fren be safe when you visit the real world

u/EnragedKnight117 · 4 pointsr/cemu

Serious conspiracy right here take this

I still share your skepticism, but I do not completely rule out open source in the distant future. (by the way the emulator has been released for about 1.5 years not a few months, and not sure about how long pre-release development was)

u/7up8r · 4 pointsr/motorcycles

Not sure if you have been to any go kart places, but they have head socks that you put on before you put your helmet on.
So you could do the same thing. Here is a ski mask that would work well:

u/cbsx01 · 4 pointsr/minnesota

International Wolf Center in Ely, MN?

Not sure if you're going to be writing or needing to use your fingers but a good pair of mitts will keep you warmer than gloves.

If it's windy and you're out for hours on end make sure you have a good hat and you might want to consider a balaclava and ski goggles.

Make sure the boots can accommodate the wool socks or maybe even another pair under the wool socks. Sucks when you can't feel your toes.

Edit: MN boy moving to SC in a year or two. Should I sell the snowblower before I move?

u/hotlappz · 4 pointsr/streetwear

Just some cheap ones off amazon

u/kingwroth · 3 pointsr/Android

you can have this

u/hclpfan · 3 pointsr/cordcutters

Sure, but would you buy one of these?

u/Honhon_comics · 3 pointsr/europe

Here you need one of those

u/TheEternal21 · 3 pointsr/gifs

This may help.

u/Mert7 · 3 pointsr/oculus

I'm good on connectors, my main 3 screens are taking up all my display ports, I gotta move my t.v. off the HDMI and use a DVI adapter for that to make room for my Rift.

As far as the stand goes, I'm kind of hoping that bezel and gap between center and side monitor will be enough, other wise I'll get scissor stand, I can wait for prime shipping and just lay camera down when not in use in the mean time.

By keeping face plates clean I think you mean the face gasket?
Some people have been using face masks, especially people prone to sweating like my self. A face mask looks easier to clean than a face gasket, though I may get one too for comfort reasons.

The hard part of prep for me is finding a way to mount my hotas either to my chair or desk properly so they don't move when I'm in the Rift. Aside from that I think I'll just need some double sided foam tape for my Leap Motion and a usb extension cord, then I'm set.

u/dyslexicsuntied · 3 pointsr/GooglePixel

Don't forget your mandatory phone inspection equipment:

1, 2 and 3

u/healthfood · 3 pointsr/malefashionadvice

I've had one of these Carhartt beanies for almost 2 years and it's been pretty close to perfect. Very warm and very much a steal

u/hellofaja · 3 pointsr/streetwear
u/rk57957 · 3 pointsr/Austin , though if you are gonna get it by the 4th you are gonna have to pay out the nose for shipping.

u/sadpeanutfriend · 3 pointsr/SugarPine7

Alternative to pink hat: best boy hat

u/bartxn · 3 pointsr/stevensuptic

iirc he got both from street vendors or something like that. but the "best boy" hat is made by City Hunter and you can get one from their website or Amazon (half the price). they also have a bunch of other similar ones with different patches. I have one and it's good quality so I would definitely recommend getting one from Amazon if you're looking for a cheap hat

u/BovineRearrangement · 3 pointsr/europe

> Really made me think how suddenly we've been having these (very-organized,some would say forced)pro-EU marches across eastern europe, it's like there's something there who wants to divide the people...

That statement would go well with this tinfoil hat you can buy for only $9,99! Too bad it's not in stock anymore - it's been in really high demand around these parts lately.

u/IlikeJazz · 3 pointsr/worldnews

Heres a great product for you

I'm off to a pig pickin'

u/RumTruffler · 3 pointsr/aoe4
u/NobleH · 3 pointsr/streetwear

like 7 bucks a hat. I have two, and they are pretty good, especially for 7 bucks

u/Jackson3125 · 3 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Hard to go wrong with Carhartt for $8.

u/ThisPinoyKiDd · 3 pointsr/streetwear

If you wanna go cheaper, you can also do This + This

u/cats_cats_cats · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

What looks perfect? The Carhartt? Because they are still readily available.

The beanie you linked looks alright. Don't know much about the brand.

u/joeblessyou · 2 pointsr/bjj

Great suggestion. Did some more digging and will give this a shot.

u/nychawk · 2 pointsr/motogp

> by Dorna and HRC as Marquez is their joint project in order to reduce and diminish Rossi's influence

paranoid much? I have something that could help -

u/DuckSwagington · 2 pointsr/Warthunder
u/ReddicaPolitician · 2 pointsr/FellowKids
u/Watykaniak · 2 pointsr/TheWalkingDeadGame
u/benwatson2468 · 2 pointsr/TheWalkingDeadGame

Clementine's Custom Blood Stain & Dirt Dead Zombies Cap Hat Unisex Slate

u/jimmy_rigger · 2 pointsr/politics
u/Aceofspades25 · 2 pointsr/skeptic

It's dangerous to go alone, take this

u/Whiteknightnl · 2 pointsr/DerekSmart

Yeah, I just lurk here, and there. But If I see a giant cunt posting bullshit, I just can't resist temptation.

Oh and for your little conspiracy theory, Here you go buddy, next day delivery.

u/cheetoX · 2 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

I think the other responses have posted plenty of alternatives, but here are a few additional ones:

Smartwool Beanies for ~$20

WigWam beanie for $13

u/downdog2 · 2 pointsr/GunAccessoriesForSale

5.11 has a cool black one that has Velcro on the front for your daily morale patch, and a small strip of Velcro on top where the button usually goes. I picked one up cheap on their site.

Edit: condor not 5.11.

u/Dilinski · 2 pointsr/worldpolitics

Bro I think you dropped this

u/Dark_Eyes · 2 pointsr/h3h3productions

Pretty sure he just found it at the Goodwill or something, but here's a link to some similar ones:

Link 1

Link 2

Link 3

u/Tophattingson · 2 pointsr/ukpolitics

I think author of linked article needs to get one of these

u/crazyengineerbikeguy · 2 pointsr/bikecommuting

Pretty much the same thing, but a wool neck gaiter and a Cambridge Mask Company face mask. It's meant for particulate filtration, but the breath exchanger helps immensely in the cold weather too. It's kind of like, but less of a hassle to put on/take off. The mask loops over my ears and I can pull the neck gaiter over them and my head.

I've always got the Ergodyne mask if the neck gaiter/face mask combo doesn't cut it, but it's worked fine so far.

u/BigEyeDuck · 2 pointsr/Portland has the hat you need and can delivered straight to your house.

They Are Spraying US

u/grymhyacinth · 2 pointsr/CanadianMOMs
u/alex_jrg · 2 pointsr/airsoft

This ones from The Friendly Swede (I don't know what's up with that name)

I'm from MX and my city has high 80's low 90's with 70% humidity on summer.

They held OK and the 2 mates I've given them to are happy with them.

u/surfingjesus · 2 pointsr/conspiracy

Quick get each of them one of these

u/rethnor · 2 pointsr/MTB

The helmet iphoneluver posted is what I have, I'd be willing to ride in XC, If I were you I'd head a skull cap to help wick the sweat away from your head. I'm blown away at the difference my skull cap makes, something like the EVS Sports Sweat Beanie .

u/echidnaguy · 2 pointsr/boston

I swear by these:

That second layer give you a lot more to work with.

They even make one with a little brim, which as someone with glasses, I really appreciate:

u/The_New_And_Improved · 2 pointsr/streetwear

Ordered these (this, and this) patches to iron on to these hats yesterday.

u/kladdkakan22 · 2 pointsr/sweden

Rubriken är exakt samma som den i artikeln så "sweddit" har inte valt att sätta någon rubrik utan Ella Sundström eller någon redigerare hos Omni har satt den.

Köptips till dig förresten

u/CommentArchiverBot · 1 pointr/RemovedByThe_Donald

-nufosmatic, top-level

This subreddit and bot are not in any way affiliated with the moderators of /r/The_Donald. Direct questions about removal to them.

u/mydudeslim · 1 pointr/hiphopheads

Electro Deflecto Unisex "Tin" Foil Hat One Size

u/auf_der_autobahn · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

I would focus on shoes/boots, a hat, gloves, and a scarf. If you don't already have a couple of long-sleeve shirts and sweaters/sweatshirts then you should get some of those too.

Some ideas:





u/yowns · 1 pointr/streetwear

Not sure if it's the same exact one, but I bought this one a couple weeks ago and it's fine for the price.

u/Trix2000 · 1 pointr/furry

I got this one and it seems to work out pretty well (note that the link is a 2-pack).

u/ColdCrescent · 1 pointr/OutreachHPG

> Isn't that pushing an agenda?

Definitely. Personally, I'm actually looking into getting a set of these instead of the next mechpack.

u/mistahwolf · 1 pointr/EDC
u/pm-me-ur-nsfw · 1 pointr/technology
u/gmscreamingmemes · 1 pointr/POLITIC

Change the Election in your Neighborhood

—->>> if YOU AGREE- this should go VIRAL
 If the Government won’t protect America’s Elections

u/HighSynergy · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Is there a big difference between the Carhartt Acrylic Watch hat and the WIP version?

As in a $12.99 vs. $39.99 difference?

I live in Canada where its reaching freezing temps soon and could use a new black one.

u/Ferrari_312T4 · 1 pointr/italy
u/Fury2014 · 1 pointr/TheWalkingDeadGame

Clementine's Custom Blood Stain & Dirt Dead Zombies Cap Hat Unisex Slate

This the best that you can find. It’s really sick, looks like taken straight out of the game. And those blood stains...applied manually so each piece is different

Hope the link works

u/ghgfiojhgo · 1 pointr/POLITIC

—->>> if YOU AGREE- this should go VIRAL
 If the Government won’t protect America’s Elections

u/Nicktendo94 · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Hey guys, I'm looking at hats for the winter and really dig the Jeep cap and found this one and was wondering if I should buy this one or look around more. I'm also considering a beanie or toque maybe with a pom-pom on top or a wool watch cap like this thank you for any possible insight. Also just want to say my budget is $40 or less.

u/r0gue007 · 1 pointr/tretinoin

I got this one on prime for $20. It fits amazing and after you get used to it being so wide you'll love it!

O'Neill Men's Sonoma Prints Straw Hat, Naturl1, One Size

u/Canatee · 1 pointr/ipad

Not sure why you have a need to respond to anything at all, but ok.

Anyways, try this:

u/gnihtemosenoemos · 1 pointr/TheWalkingDeadGame

here's a link to the more tattered, blood stained hat if you wanted it

u/FelixWinkler · 1 pointr/thedavidpakmanshow

Amazon. And I prefer classic silver.

u/imaplatypuswithwings · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Brace yourself, I've got a few winter items for you.

My fiance loves this jacket, and he's traveled to several different places with it. Keeps him nice and cozy.

Not sure how you feel about boots, but these winter boots seem to be a reasonable price and have fantastic reviews.

Fiance got this hat when he was in the air force and loves it.

Now for a personal recommendation, I can't have regular chocolate so I tried this white hot chocolate, and OH MY GOD. It is heaven in your mouth.

How about an awesome mug for that amazing drink? Here's one an old coworker swore by.

Lastly, my dad got me the most amazing heated blanket a few years back. I still use it all the time.

u/joeypeanuts · 1 pointr/personalfinance


  1. The economy isn't shit.

  2. If you can't pay your credit card bill every month, you probably shouldn't be signing up for a $100/mo gym membership. It's not a great conspiracy.
u/thisisnotCHUCKNORRIS · 1 pointr/funny
u/Drizu · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Not OP, but I have some. I recently picked up a Carhartt watch cap, and it's killer for the price. The material is very substantial and the branding is cool. You can't go wrong with them.

Target also has some great beanies for $5 each, so if you have one near you you may want to stop by to check them out.

u/EnterSadman · 1 pointr/running

I've been using this Wigwam hat to run in, and it's been great. A little scratchy, but the price is right.

u/themrrinzler · 1 pointr/streetwear

these are super cheap and decent quality too

u/mattrox217 · 1 pointr/EDC
u/Howard_Beale · 1 pointr/AskReddit
u/acf6b · 1 pointr/stephenking

think you may be interested in this

also that "," is not needed

u/jp2188 · 1 pointr/HelpMeFind
u/restivoiii · 1 pointr/firefly

Bought 🤐 Jayne Beanie

u/Semisonic · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Same. I'd love a legit set for under $50 each.

Edit - Turns out Wigwam makes one in black. I'm looking for a navy or olive myself, but if you want black this is almost certainly superior to the Rothco for ~$13.

Edit2 - Turns out SmartWool makes a beanie for $25-30. Assorted colors. Unfortunate logo placement.

u/skippysqueaz · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

I only wear "hats" in the winter. I wear things like This Carhartt one

u/-Untitled- · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. A pretty cunning item from Firefly

  2. Your favorite

  3. Starfish!

  4. Might be a good option

  5. Dire Straits - Sultans of Swing

  6. Up close and personal

  7. Maybe? (I have no idea)

  8. This is pretty cool.

  9. Gotta be this

  10. The Fellowship

  11. I might be cheating here, but come on. CAH!

  12. Old School gaming

  13. Right now? Definitely

  14. Now I want some

  15. I thought this could never happen!

    Thanks for the contest, it was fun trying to find everything!
u/Sambuscus0 · 1 pointr/airsoft

Sorry for the late links, I was a bit busy earlier, but this is my marpat kit-

Black Combat Shirt by Condor

Chest Rig (Condor Recon in OD)

MARPAT Pants by Rothco - cheap but comfortable and practical

Condor OD Green Baseball Cap

Unintentionally mostly Condor, but they're a great brand that offer high quality at an affordable price. I also run a hat instead of a helmet for preference and comfort, but that's up to you if you wanna change it.

u/video_descriptionbot · 1 pointr/worldpolitics

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u/splxx · 1 pointr/streetwear

I'd prefer it plain without the logo. I got this one and love it.

u/akaganyaku · 1 pointr/Coachella

I've been thinking about it too, but fuck it, gonna be a lot of sun! Get something like this, trendy, festive, simple and good amount of shade!

u/craziplaya21 · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

That Carhartt beanie isn't even wool.

I'm using this Wigwam ($13.29). It gets so hot that I can't wear it unless the temperature is below 25F lol

u/suigenius · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

Just ordered these to protect myself from winter in the mountains...hoping they do their job!

u/MjoLniRXx · 1 pointr/frugalmalefashion
u/CedarWolf · 1 pointr/television

> I want a husky hat.

I thought I'd save you some work.

Looks like they're about $6 or $7 on Amazon.

u/LittleRedBikeRider · 1 pointr/bikecommuting


Just some of the things I got. The balaclava does very nicely with a helmet and I also wear a cycling cap on top of the balaclava but thats just a personal preference of mine. In temperatures below 30F I will sometimes also put on disposable gloves underneath my winter riding gloves.

heres a link to the winter riding gloves I use:

u/tamedlightbu1b · 1 pointr/serbia
u/NgArclite · 1 pointr/airsoft

This is what I got and use. linky

u/jbuberel · 1 pointr/Fitness

My solution: Wear any in-ear headphones you like, and keep them in place with a skullcap or beanie. Here's an inexpensive skullcap that covers just enough of your ears to hold the headphones in place perfectly:

u/TenspeedGames · 0 pointsr/leagueoflegends
u/Oderdigg · 0 pointsr/ufc

No, you're repeating what Conor has said. Either way, it's sad you feel the need to copy someone else instead of coming up with your own lines. Now you say you don't trust the US government?? LOL, here's a place where you get cheap tinfoil hats.

u/RealZizou · 0 pointsr/soccer

You making sound like Real Madrid runs the illuminati, the president and the courts of Spain, the reason he got 2yrs was so he wouldn't do anytime, anyways you read too many tabloids or get too many news from fakebook, here hope they have some on your size

u/NotSoSecretFootballr · -2 pointsr/iphone
u/sniffles_snort · -2 pointsr/aww

Or it's about clever students leveraging the media to get their message out and actually affecting change in a sick society.

/u/tomo89 you might want to invest in one of these:

u/JJTouche · -3 pointsr/pics
u/sarkonas · -4 pointsr/totalwar
u/lvlint67 · -6 pointsr/linux

> I consider it a security flaw

I think you should reconsider your cost/benefit analysis...

Before I get too buried by the downvotes, I suggest you read:

u/alclarkey · -6 pointsr/Conservative

>your lying it cost $25 dollars per the site

>Blah, blah , blah quoting the law blah blah blah...

I'm saying the law is wrong. Quoting the law does not disprove me in that.

u/CO_Yawa · -6 pointsr/politics

> crypto talking point.

This is for you.

Not everyone who opposes violence being used against non-violent actors is a secret fascist. Jesus Christ!