Sine 2009 I’ve been living in Minnesota and it wasn’t until I received a gorgeous purple faux fur lined trapper hat by Yak Apparel that I realized I have been missing out. I have been uncomfortable in cold weather for no reason. Yak Apparel makes high quality women’s wool winter hats, for a reasonable price, too. For some reason, the winter hats that I had previously chosen that seemed warm don’t come close to the warmth of this winter hat.
In addition to trapper hats, Yak Apparel has a wide assortment of warm winter hat styles. After all, not everyone reading this lives in the tundra and may not need something for below-zero temperatures. Sometimes all you need is a little something to keep the warmth in. For example, the women’s winter head bands are cute and stylish but also ideal for keeping your hair looking good. The head wraps are hand knitted with natural wool with a selection of colors and trims and have full lining fleece. The Bella beanies or striped beanies are also cute and look comfortable for a not miserably freezing day. In other words, Yak makes winter hat for every occasion. And you can keep the family warm too since Yak makes hat for everyone: men, women and children.
Giveaway: Yak had graciously offered our readers the chance to win a Yak winter hat of their own.
Here are the rules:
- Leave a comment about why where you’d wear your cute Yak hat.
- You may comment daily. One comment per person per day please.
- You may leave comments until 9 p.m. (Central Time) Tuesday, December 4, 2012.
- The number of eligible entries received determines the odds of winning.
- Immediate family members of The Vacation Gals are not eligible to enter.
- We will enter the total number of comments into random.org to generate a winning comment number. A winner’s name and winning comment number will be announced at the bottom of this post.
- If winner does not respond to two emails announcing his/her win within five days, another comment number will be chosen.
- Void where prohibited by law. No purchase necessary.
- Entrants need to reside in the U.S. must be at least 18 years old.