If necessity is indeed the mother of invention, then this is another one of those ideas you wish you had thought of yourself. It’s freezing outside, you have your hair up in a ponytail because you are going to the gym and then running errands after you drop the kids off at school and you don’t own nor do you want to own earmuffs. None of your hats cover your ears when you have your hair up or you just don’t want that awkward, uncomfortable bump that you get from squishing a ponytail under a beanie. So your forgo wearing anything and curse the day. I know I can’t be the only one.
Now you can keep warm and not sacrifice your style…or hair style! Peekaboos Ponytail Hats are thick knit beanies that incorporate discreet high and low ponytail openings that are woven right into the cable patterns…so no one will know they are there. They are ideal for runners, skiers, gym rats, and basically any woman on-the-go who doesn’t winter in Florida.
Founder, Danica, happened upon the idea when she discovered an unintentional hole in her hand-made hat. Peekaboos Ponytail hat is the product of mastering the next level of ponytail hat while maximizing convenience, versatility, reliability and fashion. Peekaboos ponytail hats come in eight colors, are made of non-itch acrylic knit fiber and are lined with soft fleece to warm cold ears. Finally.
Peekaboos Ponytail Hats, $36.95
– Lauren Dimet Waters
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