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Antoine Prelects

He also discants. But he certainly won't 'blog'

Where he recommends a hat

November 23, 2017

Today is supposedly the USA's Thanksgiving (πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ians have already stuffed their faces as much as their turkeys), and to us Europeans, it doesn't mean much. Besides eating ridiculous amounts of Turkeys, Turduckens or Tofuckens, the thing that seems to excite everyone over there is Black Friday... (and its pendant Cyber Monday) and the push by companies to make you buy their products. I have become a serious minimalist and haven't really bought anything besides foodπŸ—, drinks🍻 or kite gear in months, so this whole affair looks pretty awful from my perspective BUT

Thanksgiving does, however, mean that the πŸŽ„πŸŽπŸŽ… season is upon us (I'm sure I'll discant about that in a future post) and you might have to get a few gifts to your loved ones. In that spirit, I will invite you to look at only one thing this Black Friday: Buoywear's gear. I was lucky enough to test out their star product - the floating hat - a few months back and it is seriously great. On the shores of Mexico or anywhere where a good thermal wind hits, you need to protect your beautiful skin (is it? just positing here!) from the giant ball of incandescent Hydrogen radiating dangerous UVs that Humans commonly call Sun. The issue here is that most kite/water hats look fairly ridiculous. Proof:

Ugly hat, nice foil!

and kite/water hats don't float, which means you need an annoying strap around your neck or risk losing it to a gust of wind, even if you're merely fishing or partaking in another relatively quiet water centric activity.

Well, Buoywear hats do float! It's super easy to pick back up after a massive kite blowout or from the comfort of your boat. And it looks sick! Proof:

Sick Hat, average jump! πŸ“·@RyanTheory

If one is into wearing hats off the water, it's absolutely perfect for your street style, straight off the beach. (And it dries in a second). Finally, you'll help out my friends' small business and that's awesome πŸ‘

Go for it: Buoywear🧒🀠

PS: My head having a circumference of 63cm - aka a stupidly gigantic head! 🐘 - these hats don't really fit me. @John, I'm still waiting for the XL version! πŸ™