Need a beanie, tuque, un chapea, booshi, or una sombrero? Then try the Discrete Banger. The Banger comes in purple, sky blue, grey/orange or white/red, and is 100% acrylic. The banger fits all head shapes, from the melon of “Hey Arnold” to the noodle of Julian Carr. The beanie covers your ears and has a (well-attached) pom-pom to give you the “mountain town look”. Good to wear shredding and keep on in the village; the Banger is a great all around hat. Soft and stylish the hat will keep you warm and the acrylic material, unlike wool, prevents the “itchy forehead” . AND FYI Discrete is a company started by a skier for skiers. Julian Carr the founder and owner of discrete has created beanies for a nich market of skiers… so support Julian and support the ski industry. For more images or to buy go to www.discretesport.com
DISCRETE the company embodies separation from the pack. The word discrete comes from the 15th-century Latin word discretus, which means to separate. EVER WONDER how they came up with the Discrete logo? Well. The Discrete logo is inspired by the Tower of Hanoi, a mathematical puzzle that has its roots in an ancient Vietnamese legend. A prophecy ordered three monks to move 64 golden disks onto a time-ravaged tower, one at a time, according to specific rules, resulting in a algorithm, When the last move of the puzzle is completed, the world will end.