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    Senior Member Mort's Avatar
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    Another vote for a balaclava. I have one in "turtle fur" that is very soft and light and warm.

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    I sleep with one of these on my head and if its reaaaaaly cold I wear a balaclava also.
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Military-Ext...item51a4f10f56

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    Baldness can be a blessing

    I'm all for shaving the head. Not only does it solve this problem, but you will find out that a bottle of shampoo will last a year (coming from a guy who has been bald since 21).

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    ha ha ha i ve posted this before its why Jamaican rusters have dreadlocks hanging out under the palm trees all day!!!! i find wearing a hoodie helps as i have long hair. but does it really matter how you look when your out in the wild ?? not really sure its a fashion show like the comment get a hair cut hippie ha ha

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    Gimmie all your hair,,don't mind how it ends up if I had hair on top my bald head,,would love the buffer especially when I bump into something with my head..and cause bald,,have to wear buff, baklava, or black rock or buff and combo of or smartwoolie..lol..heads do get cold,,and who cares what little hair I have left on sides looks like,,most times after wearing buff its sticking out in all directions..and wife is laughing at me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raiffnuke View Post
    I think you might get voted in as the official NEHHA Ninja wearing that outfit!
    Second that!

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    Me too. Lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by lilprincess View Post
    I have a problem. When I'm sleeping in the hammock it's usually chilly enough at night to need to wear a winter hat. It seems that no matter the hat I wear, it keep sliding over my forehead and into my eyes. While for you guys with short hair this isn't a problem, my long hair seem to think it needs to follow the way of the hat and the more I need to adjust my hat, the farther forward my hair goes. Does anyone out there in hammock land have a solution for this? My hair in the morning looks like cousin it!
    Down jacket.

    I sleep with part of it under my head and the rest pulled over top, similar to the draft cover on a sleeping bag. Works for me when I don't want to wear a hat.
    Is that too much to ask? Girls with frikkin' lasers on their heads?
    The hanger formly known as "hammock engineer".

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    Try a turban, heck it keeps your head warm, your hair under control and also functions as a pillow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lilprincess View Post
    If I can hide in this outfit in the snow either I'm impressive or you're all blind!

    The ninjaclava seems to have solved the problem! I think it may have to become a permanent cold weather gear item.
    Better not wear that during black bear season... :-)
    Last edited by ~Reason~; 01-22-2013 at 14:48.
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