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Beasty Buddies Review

We are officially in hat weather here in New York and I love it! Fall is my favorite time of year. My sons seem to like the season too, with all the fall festivals and crisp weather perfect for playing outside. My oldest son has quite a few hats in his fall collection now – from hats with his favorite superheroes on them to plain hats that just happen to be his favorite color. I give him a little freedom in choosing which hat he wants to wear each day which he gets a kick out of. Now he has another hat in the mix from Beasty Buddies.

Beasty Buddies Fleece Monster Hat

When I saw the line of hats from Beasty Buddies I immediately knew which one my son would go crazy for – Pirate Zorlag. My son loves to pretend to be a pirate, so I knew he would appreciate this style. The hat has a crazy mix of colors, horns and a “faux hawk” – the perfect pirate look. This fleece hat has a super soft lining and the side flaps are long enough to be tied under his chin, providing ample coverage to keep his little face warm. Not only does my son love to wear this hat when we’re out and about, but he also loves to wear it in the house for pretend play. The Pirate Zorlag hat retails for $29.99.

Beasty Buddies Fleece Monster Hat

Brought to market by Geospace, a company that brings unique toys to the market, Beasty Buddies are billed as the “softest, warmest, fuzziest, most unique hats on Earth”. If you take a look at their lineup, I think you’d agree! From pirates and horned monsters, to dragons, bunnies and elves, there is a Beasty Buddy for every taste. And they don’t just come in child sizes – so older kids and adults can get in on the fun too.

You can check out the full line of Beasty Buddies on their website.

Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.


Gina is a working mom of two young boys, living in Westchester NY. She enjoys taking pictures, blogging and spending time with her boys in her spare time.

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