It's Canada, it's getting cold, and if we don't want to lose 25 per cent of our body heat through our heads, we know we need to keep them under wraps. Luckily, this winter hats are making major style statements. No worries about hat head -- with headgear this good, you never need to take it off.
Big It Up's Angora Bucket features a fabulous fuzzy texture (1, $44.95, 58 Spadina Avenue, 416-591-0864, and others).
Groggy's hairy hedder is anything but understated (2, $39.99, Threadz, 421 Queen West, 416-348-0042).
E's DX updates the tuque (3, $29.99, Threadz).
The bucket gets chic with Blok's olive felt Cambridge (4, $79 on sale, Get Out Side, 437 Queen West, 416-593-5598).
Pleasant Pheasant's faux fur brimmed cloche sports a puppyish spirit (5, $70, Dressers, 307 Roncesvalles, 416-531-7356).
Kangol's Russian-style wonder offers serious warmth (6, $73, Noise, 275 Queen West, 416-971-6479, and others).
Bobby's Knitt cap is very 70s (7, $39 on sale, Get Out Side).
Paul Frank's Beanie cap already ranks among the 21st-century classics (8, $29 on sale, Get Out Side).
Big It Up's Peak updates the watch cap (9, $19.95).
Pleasant Pheasant's hairy pillbox has retro appeal (10, $53, Dressers).
Kangol's three-in-one fleece topper converts to a visor and beret (11, $50, Noise).
Big It Up's Fargo rocks (12, $34.95).
Fake fur and flaps fire up Pleasant Pheasant's feline topper (13, $30, Dressers).
Fleece gets the Andean treatment from Pleasant Pheasant (14, $36, Dressers).
Make a statement with a Zoo York tuque (15, $40, Noise).
Big It Up's corduroy Apple Jack revamps the golf cap (16, $39.95).