X-Cap Light Up Hat

Oct 18, 2016

Category: Gear

Now that the nights are getting longer and colder you’ll need some gear to keep your head warm and the night lit up while out camping or even riding a bicycle around town. Fortunately, the X-Cap offers both warmth and light so that retreating into the confines of your home once the sun sets no longer has to be an option.

Basically, the X-Cap is a snug beanie fitted with a removable and rechargeable headlamp that offers up to 120 lumens of light at the push of a button. However, if blinding someone isn’t your prerogative it also comes equipped with four strengths of illumination and, when charged, provides up to four non-stop hours of continuous light. It charges through a USB adapter and easily snaps in and out of the beanie when not in use or whenever you’d like to rock the X-Cap during a chilly afternoon. It’s available in both black and grey and is priced at $32. [Purchase]

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