Scarves, Hats and Gloves Oh My!


1. Men's Patagonia Micro D Scarf

This warm, lightweight scarf keeps bracing weather at bay.Made from the softest plush polyester micro fleece, this scarf keeps you cozy. As our go-to choice, made from recycled materials that insulate, wick moisture and dries quickly, this scarf will be an accessory you should not forget on your trip. ($35,

2. Women's Merino Beanie

Top off your cold weather gear with Patagonia's Merino Beanie.Made from 100 percent merino wool, it will keep you safe from the brisk winds at sea. Its decorative button design and added pom-pom will keep you looking stylish on board. This lightweight cap is perfect for any winter voyage on the water. ($49,

3. Agloves

When cold weather hits use your touchscreen device while keeping your fingers warm without the hassle of removing your gloves.Agloves are the first durable 10-finger touchscreen gloves designed to give accurate gestures on all touchscreen devices. Made with silver-coated nylon fiber, this glove is available in 5 unisex styles. ($19.99- $34.99,

4. LibbySue's Playful Polka-Dot with Striped Print Scarf

This scarf is perfect to achieve a crisp and fashionable look this season. The playful polka-dot design is stylishly ready to instantly brighten up any outfit. Wrap it close around your neck or tie it to the handle of your favorite bag for added flare. Bundle up this winter and look great when rocking this scarf in the nautical navy, teal, and chartreuse design. ($29,

5. Men's Yukon Cap

This cap is designed to keep your noggin protected when wrestling with winter's temperatures. Its soft-pile fleece lining provides generous insulation when temperatures plummet.This product features a folding brim for easy storage and a separate chin cord that can be attached for added security when cruising on windy days. ($38,

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