The bucket hat is an unquestioned summer staple. As well as its sun-shielding properties, it's also a king of casual, ready to be styled with pretty much everything under the — you guessed it — sun. Unfortunately, though, fall and winter weather doesn't really work with canvas, leaving your head the wrong kind of chilled.

Enter — the winterized bucket hat.

Dressing this universally loved headwear item in fall and winter-ready materials, whether it be wool, fleece, or corduroy, is a stroke of genius, and bucket hats for the cold are one of our favorite things around right now.

From a playful mohair piece by Dries van Noten to moisture-wicking pieces by the likes of The North Face, this selection proves that the bucket hat is no one-season accessory.

Shop 10 of the best bucket hats for fall and winter below.

Acne Studios Shearling Bucket Hat

Fleeski Street Bucket Hat

Fleeski Street Bucket Hat

$29

The North Face

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Shearling and winter go hand in hand. If you're aiming to make a statement while keeping your head warm this winter this bucket hat will take you far.

adidas x and wander TERREX Winterized Bucket Hat

TERREX Winterized Bucket Hat

TERREX Winterized Bucket Hat

$60

adidas x and wander

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Easily one of the best gorpcore collabs of the year. The durable ripstop coupled with adidas' WIND.RDY Technology ensures you'll be protected from winds and light rain without any hassle.

Brain Dead Wave Bell Bucket Hat

Wave Bell Bucket Hat

Wave Bell Bucket Hat

$70

Brain Dead

Buy at Slam Jam

Leave it to Brain Dead to bleach a corduroy bucket hat. Surely this accessory is one of a kind and the thick cotton will easily keep the cold at bay.

Dries van Noten Mohair Gilly Hat

Mohair Gilly Hat

Mohair Gilly Hat

$505

Dries Van Noten

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Is there anything more cozy than a mohair bucket hat? This playful piece takes monochromatic to another level.

Noah Bell Bucket Hat

Bell Bucket Hat

Bell Bucket Hat

$100

NOAH

Buy at ssense

Another corduroy offering this time in burnt orange courtesy of NY-based Noah. The quilted brim and detailed bow is a great way to add some depth to your 'fit.

The North Face Mountain Bucket Hat

Mountain Bucket Hat

Mountain Bucket Hat

$45

The North Face

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TNF's Mountain Bucket Hat is as good as it gets. The FlashDry sweatband ensures you head remains dry when working up a sweat while the adjustable chin strap secures you hat from flying away with any sudden winds.

Needles Poly Fleece Bucket Hat

Poly Fleece Bucket Hat

Poly Fleece Bucket Hat

$119

Needles

Buy at END.

Fleece is a no brainer once the weather starts to drop due to its insulation and fast-drying texture. Needles' luxurious take on this workwear staple is right on time for the cold months ahead.

Carhartt WIP Script Bucket Hat

Script Bucket Hat

Script Bucket Hat

$30

Carhartt WIP

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Though the Script Bucket Hat is crafted with canvas, the heavy duty gsm is an easy way to keep the cold out while still having a bit of ventilation as well.

Post-Imperial Quilted Cotton Bucket Hat

Quilted Bucket Hat

Quilted Bucket Hat

$145

POST IMPERIAL

Buy at Mr Porter

Anything quilted is sure to keep you on warmer side this winter. Crafted using a special dyeing process native to Southwest Nigeria, you'll certainly be one of the few people with this noteworthy accessory.

Noon Goons Cosmic Hat

Cosmic Hat

Cosmic Hat

$88

Noon Goons

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There's bucket hats and then there's the Cosmic Hat. Noon Goons decked out this faux fur hat with a touch of embroidery that will easily set you apart in a good way.

SSU Seashell Stitch Crochet Bucket Hat

Seashell Stitch Crochet Bucket Hat

Seashell Stitch Crochet Bucket Hat

$240

SSU

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Crochet pieces always give off a distinctive look, especially when it incorporates unique patterns like this one from SSU. Made from 100% Egyptian cotton, this hat is guaranteed to get cozier with time.

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