Shorty Hat Black by Henry Margu

Rated 2.7 out of 5
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The Shorty Hat by Henry Margu is a great piece for outdoor activities!


- Short bob attached to a comfortable cotton baseball cap

- Available in a wide range of synthetic hair colors

- Can be worn with optional velcro bang that attaches to the band

- Comfortable, easy, and cute!

- Fits a wide range of head sizes

- Overall length 5.5" below edge of cap

- 2 oz

- Color shown: 27AH


This versatile hair accent allows you to skip the fuss and rush of a busy day while staying in style. A ball cap with hair permanently attached will keep you cool while looking your best. 



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Rated 1 out of 5
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Hair Cap by Margu

I had high hopes that I found a cap of which I could wear for exercising. But, my ears were exposed somewhat. It bulged a bit in the back as well. I think perhaps the wig caps without straight hair might work well though.

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Rated 5 out of 5
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Shorty Hat by Margu

I really liked the hat. I feel the quality of the hat is great. You have to tuck the tip of your ears under the hat that didn’t bother me. I did end up return the Shorty Hat. The hair hung flat, and clung to my neck. I couldn’t stand the feel of it clinging to me. But that’s just me if your use to the feel of hair on your neck you would like it. Just remember it’s made for the ears to tuck under the hat. Otherwise the hair sticks out around your ears.

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Rated 2 out of 5
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Didn't work out!

I recently purchased the Henry Margu Shorty Hat Cap and I saw in the description that the cap was adjustable. Having a small head, I thought it would work out. What I failed to take into consideration was the ability to adjust the cap size, was how that would affect the hair that is attached to the cap. Making the cap smaller created the problem of what do you do with the excess hair when you do this? It would be my suggestion that Henry Margu make this cap in a small, average and large. Otherwise, it would be a cute hair accessory!

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