Coal Fields Beanie

Priced: $23.96 - $29.95 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 12 reviews.
Coal Fields Beanie
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With cold weather warnings popping up all across the country this winter, it's important that you keep your head covered to protect it from the elements. And what better way to do that than with the Coal The Fields Beanie? Equipped with jersey lining, this oversized beanie will keep your noggin pleasantly toasty.
The Fields Beanie from Coal.

A comfortable oversized beanie perfect for keeping your head warm and protected from whatever the mountain has to throw at you.
You know who you look like wearing the Coal Fields Beanie? Someone with a ridiculously comfortable head. And why shouldn't you; this cotton-lined beanie has a fine-gauge slub yarn exterior that's so smooth you'll swear your head was covered in butter.

The Fields beanie is a modern oversized cotton beanie with lightweight jersey lining, fine-gauge slub yarn exterior and herringbone woven label.

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Coal Fields Beanie Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I have a lot of beanies and this one is definitely one of my top go-to hats. The jersey-knit cotton interior makes it very soft and comfy. The fact that it is over-sized helps make it so nice too. No pressure on your dome and it feels like you are not wearing a beanie at all. It has the perfect amount of "saggage" without being ridiculous and is great. I really dig it!

Brian Limoges at on 05/10/2010

I'm liking this beanie a lot. It's got enough extra material on it so you can rock it high like a crack beanie or pull it low like a cholo. It's all good! I wear with my skinny jeans and it keeps me warm all night long. I have it in grey and I am fully satisfied. A lil' pricey but the material is top notch. Do it NOW!

Ryan B. at on 09/24/2010

Great lightly-baggy look. Still nice and fitted though, because the inner layer is a smooth white cotton, while the outer layer was sewn on with a little more excess fabric to give it the baggy shape. wears well- definitely for casual days.

Lennskii at on 05/19/2010

I originally purchased the Wine color. I loved it so much that I ordered a Grey one too. Great beanie for casual wear. Sits light on the head while providing great warmth and cutting out wind well.

Brennan Crellin at on 04/16/2012

This beanie is pretty nice. So soft and fit is nice. Only thing about it though is its two seperate layers so you kinda have to work with it to get it on.

Connor Paulson at on 06/06/2011

I grabbed these for wearing around SLC in the winter. I love that they're aren't itchy like a lot of beanies can be.

Joshua Barnes at on 01/11/2013

I love this beanie because it doesn't give you hat hair! It just sits on your head, but still keeps you warm.

jen4501620 at on 04/15/2011

Even on my dread-less head, this floppy beanie brings me the steeze I need to strut the streets despite the breeze. JEEEZZE

Jeffrey Miesbauer at on 03/16/2010

Just got it today... very stretchy and nice fit. It sags pretty nicely and it keeps you warm... VERY NICE (NAVY)

Dominic Gray at on 07/11/2012

Super comfortable and very stylish. Definitely my new favorite hat.

Muqtada Al Sadr at on 10/25/2011

Negative Reviews:

Just got it. Too small for me. Tight and uncomfortable. No "sag."
If you have a big head or like your beanies really loose, get something else. I think I'm going to try the Thrift Knit beanie by Coal Head wear.

Totally R. Name at on 11/16/2010

Neutral Reviews:

liked the simplicity and gray color I ordered, the sag fit good on my head but around the brim of the beanie the only way I can describe it was bacon-y. Kind of like how some collars get on shirts...

Lorena Fajardo at on 01/08/2011