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The Difference Between Fall/Winter and Spring/Summer Collections of Hats For Cancer Patients
Hats for cancer patients, like other items of clothing, are seasonal. However there are some exceptions, so it is important to understand the difference between the Fall/Winter line and the Spring/Summer line in order to choose the chemo hats that will best suit you or the cancer patient you are buying a gift for.
The cancer hats in the Fall/Winter line, designed for cooler seasons, are made of 100% cotton interlock a fabric that has more body and is warmer than the lighter weight, 100% cotton jersey used in the Spring/ Summer line.
Generally, the Fall/Winter line of cancer hats is the best choice in the fall and winter, but not always. Sometimes the Spring/Summer line might be best, even in winter. If you live in a warmer climate, or if you always feel hot due to medication or a medical condition, then a hat from the lighter weight Spring/Summer line would be your better choice.
The Fall/Winter line has many reversible cancer hats to choose from. Reversible cancer hats are like having two hats in one since they are one color on one side and and different color on the other side. The two layers of fabric provide more body and warmth than a single-layer hat. There are five different styles of reversible chemo hats in the Fall/Winter Collection in addition to many single-layer hats.
The Fall/Winter Collection of cancer hats also features colors that are more appropriately combined with the colors generally worn in the Fall and Winter. For example, in addition to black, brown and and navy, there are also cancer hats in burgundy, dark green, charcoal, deep blue and deep plum in the Fall/Winter line.
Although the cancer hats in the Fall/Winter Collection are made for cooler weather, they are also designed to be comfortable inside the house as well as outside.The 100% cotton allows the head to "breathe" and thus be comfortable in a wide range of temperatures.