Womens Trapper Hats


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About our Womens Trapper Hats

With a multitude of styles and variations, Trapper Hats aren't just for men. The look has taken a new turn and is offering statement-making hats for women wanting to keep bundled and warm in a timeless Aviator hat design. Commonly worn out on the slopes or for a nice winter walk, these hats were once worn by bomber pilots flying overhead in an open cockpit, where other styles have also been seen worn by everyone's favorite cartoon character, Elmer Fudd.

With extra-long fur-lined ear flaps and a generous fur covered front brim these hats are sure to keep your warm while looking good. Available in a wide range of styles and fabrics, our selection includes leather, waxed cotton, water repellent Taslon, suede, and canvas exteriors, complimented by wool, Shearling Sheepskin, or Genuine Rabbit Fur, with a quilt lined interior. The ear flaps are the perfect length to protect your ears from the cold, and can be fastened below the chin for extra coverage.

Why opt for one more dull and practical head cover as ammunition against the cold when you could really cause an avalanche this year with a funky trapper hat? Look for these exceptional skull toppers on both the slopes and the sidewalks this winter, providing as much function as fashion to the woman clever enough to have positioned herself beneath one. Also known as aviator hats, ear-flap hats and Elmer Fudd hats, trapper hats are statement-making marvels whose distinctive ear flaps can be worn down over the ears for extra warmth, or tied up at the top or back of the hat, to mix up the look a bit. From the wool cable-knit rabbit fur aviator hat, a stunner in pure white, to the rabbit fur puffer trapper hat, a charmer in shiny black, we have the trapper hat field covered.

Stay warm and look cool wearing a quality fur trapper hat this season. Trapper style hats are very trendy for both women and men this winter. Be a fashion hit with these great fashion forward hats. Trapper hats are also known as aviator hats, ear flap hats, Elmer Fudd hats, or trooper hats. They are great for keeping you warm when needed. The ear flaps have ties or clips on the end so they can be worn up at the top or back of the hat, or let down over the ears for extra warmth. They will keep you warm and looking great. This season we are proud to offer several styles in various furs and fabrics to select from. Our trapper aviator hats are offered in shearling sheepskin, rabbit fur, coyote fur, raccoon, coyote, mink and fox fur. Be a fashion hit with these great fashion forward winter hats.

Recent Reviews About our Womens Trapper Hats

Black Taslon Trapper with Black Rabbit Fur
Maria from Boston Ma
Black Taslon Trapper with Black Rabbit Fur
May 13, 2016
"This hat is ultra soft and comfortable, the black fur is stunning! Can't wait for winter to wear it!"
Womens Snowflake Rabbit Aviator Hat
Gus from East Yorkshire coast, England
Womens Snowflake Rabbit Aviator Hat
May 8, 2016
"For the price, this is a spectacularly good hat. nothing like it available in the UK without spending £Hundreds!! Very well made, beautifully styled and nothing 'faux' about it. Highly recommended by my wife, who just about lives on the North Sea beach where we live!!! And another thing.....great service from the seller, only a week from N. America...many thanks. Gus"
Black Taslon Trapper with Natural Grey Rabbit Fur
Sarah from London, UK
Black Taslon Trapper with Natural Grey Rabbit Fur
April 12, 2016
"I love this hat - it's good quality, very warm, and looks great. Really good value for money too. Highly recommended."
Camouflage Trapper hat with Natural Brown Rabbit Fur
Tinker from Kidderminster
Camouflage Trapper hat with Natural Brown Rabbit Fur
March 26, 2016
"Very quick delivery,well packaged,good fit,used firstly for a joke at daughters 40th birthday party ! Mainly to use on narrowboat in north Wales next winter."
Black Taslon Trapper with Black Rabbit Fur
ottawa from ottawa
Black Taslon Trapper with Black Rabbit Fur
March 22, 2016
"Looks very nice. The only concern is the fur that breaks and drops. It may be normal for rabbit fur."
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