Keep your head warm and look real stylish right through the winter with a Black Yak knitted hat from Alpkit.
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© Alpkit, Nov 2010
© Alpkit, Nov 2010
No matter whether you are a burly bloke with a shaven head or a cute chick with flowing locks, there is a good chance that you will get a cold head sometime during the winter. Black Yak hats are knitted, by hand, in wool, with needles to provide the perfect cold weather protection for your noggin. Part of the beauty of these hats is that they are not all identical. The very nature of 'hand made' means that there may be slight differences between the picture on the web site and the goods that you receive.
About Black Yak
Black Yak is a small company that specialises in quality clothing and craft products from Asia and in particular Nepal. Black Yak's ethos is to buy only honestly, fairly and ethically produced goods from their trading partners and they work very closely with them to ensure that they earn an honest wage for honest work and that they have safe and pleasant working conditions and practices. Black Yak is recognised by the British Association for Fair Trade Shops as a Fair Trade importer, wholesaler and retailer.
Black Yak hats are now keeping Alpkit heads warm and agile. Get your own now from Alpkit.com.
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