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Hats are cosmetic collectibles which visually replace your equipped head item. They take precedence over both armor and costumes, but are disabled by polymorphs and the helmet toggle option in Settings. Hats were originally classed as costumes and could not be worn in conjunction with one.
- 1 Abah's Watch Turban
- 2 Abah's Watch Turban With Mask
- 3 Alliance Rider Hood
- 4 Ass-Ears Cap
- 5 Bi-Color Coxcomb Cap
- 6 Blooming Bouquet Hat
- 7 Blossom Burst Bonnet
- 8 Cadwell's Helm of Heroism
- 9 "Clever Man" Wizard Hat
- 10 Colovian Filigreed Hood
- 11 Colovian Fur Hood
- 12 Crimson Garden Flower Hat
- 13 Crown of Misrule
- 14 Dwarf-Style Mage's Hat
- 15 Dwarven Crested Hood
- 16 Dwarven Master Miter
- 17 Dwarven Spiked Miter
- 18 Dwarven Visor Miter
- 19 Dwemeri Tonal Attenuator
- 20 Feathered Bycoket Cap
- 21 Fibonaccus Spiral Hat
- 22 Fool's Cap and Masque
- 23 Hedge Wizard's Claw Cap
- 24 Imperial Mananaut Cap & Goggles
- 25 Jhunal's Owl Mask
- 26 Midyear Victor's Laurel Wreath
- 27 New Life Festival Cap
- 28 New Life Monk's Cap
- 29 Pumpkin Spectre Mask
- 30 Rajhin's Cat Mask
- 31 Sadrith Mora Quilted Snood
- 32 Scarecrow Spectre Mask
- 33 Silvenari Felt Bycoket
- 34 Sun's Dusk Winter Hood
- 35 Upright Antler Skullcap
- 36 Vosh Rakh Ceremonial Mask
- 37 Z'en Vengeance Kiss-Me-Not Cap
Abah's Watch Turban
- Feel dapper yet cool under the desert sun by donning the Abah's Watch Turban, the head-wrapping of the stylish Hew's Bane guards!
Available from the Crown Store for 500 .
Abah's Watch Turban With Mask
- At your next desert soiree, be stylish yet mysterious, intriguing and tantalizing, by combining the Abah's Watch Turban with a fewature-concealing mask.
Available from the Crown Store for 500 .
Alliance Rider Hood
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- Wear the Alliance Rider Hood and proudly display your army's bold heraldic symbol, whether it's the Eagle, the Lion, or the Dragon!
The hood changes design based on the Alliance of the character wearing it, and due to this it is not dyeable. Available from the Crown Store for 500 .
Bi-Color Coxcomb Cap
Blooming Bouquet Hat
- Be the personification of spring itself in the vibrant Blooming Bouquet Hat, bringing colorful cheer wherever you go!
The Blooming Bouquet Hat is an Epic-level reward in Dwarven Crown Crates.
Blossom Burst Bonnet
- Who says a flower garden can't look aggressive? Your enemies will be abashed and taken aback when you bound into battle in your Blossom Burst Bonnet!
The Blossom Burst Bonnet is a Legendary-level reward in Dwarven Crown Crates.
Cadwell's Helm of Heroism
- I say! What a jolly chapeau! That's good, solid Coldharbour iron—and at a pinch, one could use it to stew up a fine mulligatawny. Eh?
Received by completing Cadwell's Gold.
"Clever Man" Wizard Hat
- In the traveling comedy troupes of Tamriel, the recurring mage character is known as Fantasticus the Clever Man, and he wears the signature broad-brimmed pointy hat that just says "wizard" to the average citizen.
Colovian Filigreed Hood
- The fine filigree on this Colovian fur hood helps you stand out in the crowd. Certain to keep your head warm!
This hat can rarely be found in New Life Gift Boxes during the New Life Festival. It comes inside a Runebox: Colovian Filigreed Hood item, which can be traded with other players even after the event ends.
Colovian Fur Hood
- A Colovian fur hood, double-stitched and plain.
Crimson Garden Flower Hat
- Everyone will know you have something to celebrate when you're bedecked with a wreath of crimson Narsis Peonies—sovibrant, so vivid!
The Crimson Garden Flower Hat is a Superior-level reward in Dwarven Crown Crates.
Crown of Misrule
This hat can be found by participating in the Jester's Festival. It is earned automatically for completing each of the three quests: A Noble Guest, Springtime Flair, and Royal Revelry, thus earning the Lord/Lady of Misrule achievement.
Dwarf-Style Mage's Hat
- This Dwarven-themed conical wizard hat and goggles is offered this season by Jork, the famous Tailor-Thane of Windhelm. "If the Dwarves were still around, and if Dwarves had wizards, I be this is just what they'd wear!" says the irrepressible Jork.
Dwarven Crested Hood
- This is a re-creation of the Crested Hood worn by the light infantry of Dumac's Own Royal Skirmishers at the Battle of Red Mountain.
The Dwarven Crested Hood is an Epic-level reward in Dwarven Crown Crates.
Dwarven Master Miter
- This is a replica of the headgear scholars of the Dwarves believe was worn by the "Tuathumz" or "central pylon" of their Thought Calling system. The three finials are either broadcast-foci, or convenient tabs for wall hanging.
The Dwarven Master Miter is a Legendary-level reward in Dwarven Crown Crates.
Dwarven Spiked Miter
- Though the spikes on this so-called "miter" look aggressive, scholars of the long-lost Dwemer believe they actually functioned as "etheric antenna," helping to pull in long distance "Thought Calls."
The Dwarven Spiked Miter is a Legendary-level reward in Dwarven Crown Crates.
Dwarven Visor Miter
- Use of the term "Miter" for this Dwemer headgear is a misnomer, as the Dwarves were a secular race without a priesthood. The originals of these Visors are believed to have magically-amplified thought-projection, or "Calling."
The Dwarven Visor Miter is an Epic-level reward in Dwarven Crown Crates.
Dwemeri Tonal Attenuator
- Dwarven tonal architects were careful to wear deflective headgear to protect their ears and thought-organs against harmonic feedback fluctuations. "The Tonal Attenuator is clear evidence that the Dwemer lacked all concept of glamor"—Guylaine Marilie
The Dwemeri Tonal Attenuator is a Legendary-level reward in Dwarven Crown Crates.
Feathered Bycoket Cap
- Do you see yourself as a jaunty forest outlaw, plundering the rich and then making fools of the Town Guard as you escape into the nearby woods? Swashbuckle away with a quip, a song, and this devil-may-care Feathered Bycoket Cap!
Fibonaccus Spiral Hat
- The Cheydinhal wizard Fibonaccus was renowned for both his exploit in animating the mermaid statue of Anvil, and for his conical hat that twisted into a spiral. It's said that when Fibonaccus was surprised, the hat would unfurl and stand straight up!
Fool's Cap and Masque
Hedge Wizard's Claw Cap
- Hedge Wizards, those itinerant folk-mages who cast minor spells for farmers and peasants, garner respect by wearing gear that's just a bit outrageous and intimidating - like the Claw Cap favored by the Hoodoo Tinkers of the Dragontail Mountains.
Imperial Mananaut Cap & Goggles
- This fanciful take on the cap and goggles of the legendary Imperial Mananauts, adapted by Diocletia of Skingrad from an old engraving, is this season's must-have item for fashionable wizards of the Mages Guild.
Jhunal's Owl Mask
- Wise-Wing the Owl is associated in northern Tamriel with the god Jhunal or Julianos. During the Witches Festival she is said to warn the unwary away from graveyards and witches' covens where they may come to harm.
Jhunal's Owl Mask can be purchased from the Crown Store during the Witches Festival for 500 .
Midyear Victor's Laurel Wreath
- As a Star-Made Knight, this victor's laurel wreath will sit lightly on your brow, informing everyone you meet of your legendary triumph. Hail and kudos!
The Midyear Victor's Laurel Wreath is given as a reward for completing the Star-Made Knight Achievement, which is awarded upon completing all other 2017 Midyear Mayhem achievements. Despite being listed under Hats, it works like a facial accessory, taking the place of any other facial accessory and not being affected by the "hide helmet" setting.
New Life Festival Cap
- Celebrate the turning of the year and the return of Magnus the Sun in this festive New Life cap. With a bobbing ball of fur on the end of its tapering blue velvet wimple, everyone will know you're the life of the festival!
The New Life Festival Cap can be purchased from the Crown Store during the New Life Festival 500 .
New Life Monk's Cap
- For those who wish to celebrate New Life without tawdry and garish display, we offer this more modest festival hat, well suited to monks, simple merchants, and holy knights vowed to poverty. Because New Life is for everyone!
The New Life Monk's Cap can be purchased from the Crown Store during the New Life Festival for 500 .
Pumpkin Spectre Mask
- It's a Witches Festival tradition to masquerade as Hollowjack the Pumpkin Spectre, menacing the adults and mock-frightening the timid. If that sounds like fun to you, this mask is just what you're looking for.
Rajhin's Cat Mask
- During the Witches Festival, no one perpetrates more cunning and devious tricks than Rajhin the Footpad, the Purring Liar. This mask enables you to adopt one of the many faces of that consummate trickster.
Rajhin's Cat Mask can be purchased from the Crown Store during the Witches Festival for 500 .
Sadrith Mora Quilted Snood
- Once a person reaches a certain station in life, they wish to dress so as to reflect that honor and dignity, if only out of self-respect. The Sadrith Mora Quilted Snood sends the message that you are a person of consequence in the community.
The Sadrith Mora Quilted Snood is a Superior-level reward in Dwarven Crown Crates.
Scarecrow Spectre Mask
- Folk all across Tamriel know that during the Witches Festival you don't linger near the harvested fields, lest the Scarecrpw Spectre come and take your head. Now you can masquerade as this legendary bogeyman!
Silvenari Felt Bycoket
- This bycoket is the dashing felt cap worn by the Silvenar's Own Jaqspurs, the famous archers who form the personal guard of the Bosmer "Voice of the People." Under the Aldmeri Dominion, this elite unit has recently been revived by the latest Silvenar.
Available from the Crown Store for 400 .
Sun's Dusk Winter Hood
- You'll be toasty warm even in Sun's Dusk with this festive furry hood, crowned with a spray of lucky mistletoe that will make you welcome everywhere!
The Sun's Dusk Winter Hood can be purchased from the Crown Store during the New Life Festival for 500 .
Upright Antler Skullcap
- Nothing says "Happy to see you" like the aggressively elevated antlers of this Bosmeri skullcap! First impressions count, and you're sure to impress with this splendid rack on your cranium. For best results, wax the antlers to keep them smooth and shiny.
Vosh Rakh Ceremonial Mask
- Every member of the Vosh Rakh religious movement hides his or her identity behind a golden mask of Orcish visage patterned after Trinimac's own auric-tinged skin.
Acquired by completing the quest The Anger of a King.
Z'en Vengeance Kiss-Me-Not Cap
- When a Wood Elf vows a Vengeance Oath to the god Z'en, they may wear this tusk-encrusted cap as a symbol of having sworn off physical affection until the vendetta is complete. Admittedly, the Kiss-Me-Not is also sometimes worn just as a joke.
Available from the Crown Store for 400 .