Needless to say, not everyone has this need or inclination and some people go bareheaded and others wear bandanas or whatever. Up to you.
|The fleece cap is basic and excellent, keeping my son warm during a break on the tundra. Does he look doubtful? Always looks at me that way...|
For summer and fall trips I keep my head insulated by using, either singly or in combination, a merino wool undershirt with a hood, a windshirt with a hood and a rain jacket with a hood. The insulated bomber cap is for when I use my quilt. In my sleeping bag the merino hoody is enough. Furthermore, very often I use a warm jacket that also has an insulated hood. This means that I do not normally need a separate warm cap, like the one my son is using in the photo.