American Cities California Republic Bear Cuff Pom Pom Beanie Knit Hat CapCategory: Bears Knit HatsCALIFORNIA is located in the WEST COAST. It is the third largest state in the United States by area. It contains the nation's second most populos city the GREATER LOS ANGELES, the fifth most populos SAN FRANCISCO Bay Area, and eigth of the nations 50 most populated cities, LOS ANGELES, SAN DIEGO, SAN JOSE, SAN FRANCISCO, FRESNO, SACRAMENTO, LONG BEACH, COMPTON and OAKLAND. California is home of NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL and NCAA champions. BEANIE of seamed cap, in parts of USA and Canada, a cap made from cloth joined by a button at the crown and seamed together around the sides. Beanie, in Australia, South Africa, parts of Canada and United States is also referred as KNITTED CAP and or TUQUE. It is considered a type of helmet. KNIT HAT or CAP, originally of wool, though now often made of synthetic fibers s designed to provide warmth in cold weather. Typically, the knit cap is of simple, tapering constructions, though many variants exist. Historically, the wool knit cap was an extremely common form of headgear for seamen, fishers, hunters and others spending their working day outdoors from the 18th century and forward, and is still commonly used for this purpose in Scandinavia and other cold regions of the world. Being found all over the world where climate demands a warm hat, the knit cap can be found under a multitude of local names. Most knit caps are tapered at the top. The stretch of the knitting itself hugs the head, keeping the cap secure. They are sometimes topped with a pom-pom or loose tassels. Knit caps may have a folded brim, or none, and may be worn tightly fitting the head or loose on top. A South American tradition from the Andes Mountains is for the cap to have ear flaps, with strings for tying under the chin. A special type of cap called a balaclava folds down over the head with openings for just the face or for the eyes or mouth only. Some modern variants are constructed as a parallel sided tube, with a draw-string closure at one end.