MEC Canada: Up to 52% Off Winter Beanies for Kids - Now $12

21 October 2014


It is important to keep your children's ears and head warm in the winter. Enter this fun little sale by Mountain Equipment Co-op! Get little beanies for your kids' heads for just $12 apiece and save up to 52%.

Without further ado, beanies! Here are the cute little hats you can stick on your tot's heads.

There is a good selection of beanies with a couple different colours to choose from for some beanies. Some sizes are sold out, but between all the beanies, you can find all kids sizes represented right now.

I really like the PolarKnit beanie because it has a face of a polar bear on it. It is available in brown or purple but the purple looks way better as it is a better contrast between the black outlines of the bear. The hat comes in S/M or M/L and the purple has both sizes in stock currently. I am sure many kids would love to wear a bear on their head. It might encourage them to keep their toque on.

My second favourite is the Ambler Skogan Beanie because of the sweet little earflaps. I still remember my ears getting so cold I could barely feel them. I am not sure how many times my poor little ears got frostbite! Natural is available in small/medium only but I think that colour would get dirty quick. I prefer the earth colour, which has both sizes still in stock.

The Ambler beanies are extra cool because they are hand-knit in Nepal in clean, safe conditions by people who are paid equitable wages. They are also made of 100% hand-dyed wool, which is super warm and guaranteed to keep little heads and ears protected from the elements. Wool has a unique property of being an excellent insulator even when it is wet, which is why it is often used as an outer layer for coats in places like Iceland and other Northern countries.

Receive free shipping on orders of $50 or more at MEC. If your order is under $50, shipping is just $6.50 or you can pick up in store.

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TOPICS:   Toys   Clothing   Fitness

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    T'is the season of beanies.

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