Hand Knit Beanie Ski Cap

Hand Knit Beanie Ski Cap

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I can't believe that we are already well into November and I am already starting to look for Ski gear. I love to ski and spend time in Park City and Sundance in Utah. Of course, with every new ski season, a new outfit is in order. Last year I received a Skull Cap from Cashe Alaska, a family owned and operated business in Alaska. I loved these 100% Wool hand knit Ski Caps so much that I agreed to do another sponsored post for them.

Cache Alaska Ski Cap

This year they send me this super cute ski cap in grey. The 100% Virgin Wool Fiber are tight-knit, which keeps my head warm, yet breathable, which means no itching. What I like especially well is the Fleece lining which provides extra comfort, warmth and wicking ability. I also love these super cute tassels ...

tassels

 

If you ski, you know that wearing a helmet over a ski beanie can sometimes make the beanie shift under the helmet. So having the fleece lining just means that the beanie stays in place as you swoosh down the slopes. 

Cache Alaska Beanie with felt lining

For Apres-Ski, this beanie just looks super cute and is so soft! When I am in Utah, sightseeing, I like to keep one in my coat pocket when I am out and about because you never know when the weather will change.

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Cache Alaska offers beanies for men and women and they come in different colors and patterns.

Cache Alaska Beanie Colors

You can find them on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/Beanie-Hand-Women-Designed-CacheAlaska/dp/B01BL0K6P6/ref=sr_1_4?m=A16X224Y5A67CM&s=merchant-items&ie=UTF8&qid=1511937026&sr=1-4&keywords=Beanie+Grey

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