Wild Things Winter

$39.95
Article number: 17700
Availability: Out of stock

roar, gnash, stomp, mash & creatively play your way into the wild forest of your imagination with our spirited & quirky ear flap caps. for babies, kids & grown-ups! Caps are made from cotton, linen, and cotton-linen blends, depending on the fabrics in the hat you choose. The ears are made from wool or eco-felt, depending on the color.

Sizing:Our REVERSIBLE brimless wildThings caps come in three sizes. Please measure for the best possible fit. If you have questions about sizing, please contact us. We can help. Three sizes means your hat will fit for a long, long time. What a wise (and wonderfully cute) investment! About the ears: Ears are flexible and moldable—to an extent. They’re fixed with a coated lightweight wire, so gentle play is best. Wear your wildThings cap with the ears for some fabulous, flirty fun or without when you’re feeling a little more somber.

newbies: 14" - 16" (approx preemie/nb - 3 mos)
babies: 16" - 18” (approx 3 mos - 14 mos)
kids: 18" - 21” (approx 14 mos - 4 years)
grown-ups: 21.5" + (approx 14yrs +)


Wash & Care The cap itself is machine washable, but may shrink if you do. if you're concerned about shrinkage, please hand wash in cold water. Stretch, re-shape, and line dry or dry flat. remove the ears (carefully) before laundering. Gently spot clean the ears using a mild detergent. Do NOT machine wash the ears! About ub2 Urban Baby Bonnets UB2 is a woman-owned company and all of our products are handmade in the USA, hand sewn by work-at-home women in Ohio. We are committed to domestic production, social equity, and environmental sustainability. You’ll see these commitments in our manufacturing practices, our support of work-at-home women, and in our use of organic fabrics and minimal, environmentally responsible packaging.

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