One Size Fits Most, Wool Lined, adjustable flap cap from Polar Skate Co. Perfect for the winter weather and impending climate crisis that will plague us all. Be prepared for hailstorms of winter fury in mid June. The wool lining and outside insulation layer is perfect for wicking the moisture of the snow while keeping your dome piece warm and dry on the inside. The flaps pop loose and swing down to protect your ears should they get too chilly on the outside of your winter protective systems. We may have damaged the planet beyond repair, but that doesn't mean the cold should damage you! Stay warm with the Polar Sherpa Flap Cap.
After receiving some requests from our supporters, we decided to offer some of our most popular recent hat designsin a new short-brim style.
These hats feature a brim that measures1" shorter than the classic Theories brims as well asa slightly cascading edge, unlike the squared edges of past Theories brims. Scroll through the photos to see the new shape. This style has become popular in Japan and other areas and we are offering them here in limited numbers for the summer.
For those of you old enough to remember, Northern Exposure was an obscure, short-lived TV series in the United States during the mid-90's. This graphic gives the show's logo a Theories twist by celebrating a character who has been most-commonly sighted in the northwest over the years...Bigfoot.
A pom beanie. Its warm, theres a ball up top. Sean Malto rocked the heck out of these back in 2014. Maybe if you get one you'll finally have the guts to commit to that front crook on a fourteen stair rail. Probably not, but at least your hat will be sick when you're rolling up to the spot and bunting.
Comes in silver, navy and black. Lightweight construction for comfort during all activities. Adjustable strap in back, one size fits most. Logo embroidered on the front with "stay inspired" stitched into the back.