Discrete Caps & Beanies

By | February 23, 2010

Recently I was psyched to get my hands on a couple of Discrete Beanies, thanks to Julian (Julian’s Blog). I’m wearing one of them right now at the office…the Red Banger. Julian and team certainly run a class act over there. I’ve been seeing this brand around Little Cottonwood (and beyond!) for a while…after all you can’t miss Ted, in his pink Doyonator, patrolling ’round Alta keeping all the fired up locals in line. 😉

To be honest I haven’t had a new winter/ski hat in ages, so it’s great timing for me to check these out and write them up. My old favorite yellow insulated winter hat I got from the Peruvian is really salty, has a crusted brim and frankly shouldn’t be worn out anywhere. Maybe I could wear it cleaning the chicken coop or something, but not out and about in public.

I took a close look at the Discrete About Page, and the story behind the brand is a good one. Nice work you guys. Check this out…

Discrete mathematical principles exist “in the sense of not supporting or requiring the notion of continuity.” Even most of Discrete’s products are named after mathematical and computer science terminology…

Great concept, sick design, killer company culture. Definitely worth checking out.

You can buy Discrete winter hats from Backcountry.com or browse select products below on this page.

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