When out n about, I always make a point of bringing a hat with me for my girls. Hats not only help keep the hair at bay when it's windy, but also ensures that the girls don't catch a cold.
We designed many caps over the years but each iteration didn't seem to age well in terms of design. This time however, I think the team nailed it. I've been field testing the new baseball caps for the past 6 months and now they are ready to leave the nest.
The top of the cap is split into sections like a baseball cap to fit the head's contours better. The back of the cap has a strap that you should pull tight on the head to minimize the chances of it falling off.
The sides of the cap feature little slits - this is because I wanted to rest a pair of glasses on the cap without them falling off. The slits work with any of the glasses we have - simply slide the arms of the glasses into the slits.
The visor can be molded to a certain extent with your fingers to make an upside down V shape.
Glasses sold separately. Any Smart Doll's, walls, stairs, buildings and other humans in the photos are not included - but can also be bought separately too on Google somewhere. Made in Iwakuni Japan.