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What is a beanie?

Now many people like beanies. There are a lot of types in the market. Althought you like it , but whether did you know what is a beanies?

A beanie is a type of snug cap, usually brimless, which comes in two primary variations: a woven form, and a knitted one. In some part of the world, a woven beanie is still known as a beanie or skull cap, while a knitted beanie is referred to as a watch cap or sailor's cap. Depending on where you are, using the term "beanie" to refer to a knitted cap may be inaccurate. Whatever you call them, beanies of both types are common on the heads of people with certain religious affiliations, skiers, and youth.

The woven beanie probably entered popular culture because of laborers, who would wear the snug, protective hat to insulate their heads from grease and other occupational hazards while keeping their hair out of the way. In many cases, a brimmed cap would have gotten in the way, but a beanie kept sweat out of the eyes and provided basic head protection.

The knitted beanie is also known as a stocking or ski cap, and is made to be stretchy,comfortable, and warm. People who participate in outdoor sports appreciate knitted beanies because they insulate the head, and also compact down to a convenient pocket size if the weather warms up. Knitted beanies can be found in an assortment of colors and decorated with a variety of logos, just like their woven counterparts.

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