Top 10 Reasons To Wear A Kayak As A Hat
So many people have stopped me to ask about it, that I have decided to create a list of the biggest advantages and disadvantages of wearing a kayak as a hat. Which I like to refer to as “Kayakhats.”
1. Lots of personal shade. You can even share the shade with shorter friends.
2. You never know when you might walk by an inviting body of water. You’re ready.
3. “Chick Magnet” (for you single dudes.)
4. Being on the cutting edge of a new trend. No more “Boring Bobby.”
5. Fits way better than a canoe.
6. Provides lots of personal space when you have to wait in a line (or a que when you’re in England.)
7. Makes you look “sporty.”
8. Allows you to read your tablet outside during strong sunlight conditions.
9. Increased neck muscle strength.
10. You can pretty much laugh at the rain.
1. If you plan to drive, you need to invest in a roof rack or a convertible.
2. Subways are tricky.
4. You need to avoid bulls if you have a red kayak. (A bigger problem in Spain than the U.S.)
5. You can forget about using revolving doors.
As you can see, the advantages (I only listed the top ten advantages, there are countless others) far outweigh the disadvantages (which are minor.) Hopefully now that you are armed with plenty of information regarding kayakhat use, I can go for a walk with out having to answer so many questions. Have a kayaky day.
Photograph by Mark Starlin