Knit Shark Hat
- 100% acrylic
- Knitted-in eyes and teeth
- Foam-stuffed tail and dorsal fin
According to researchers, most shark attacks occur near major North American, Australian, and South African beaches within 100 feet of the shore. The same research reveals that one of the least likely places for a shark attack to occur is on the top of your head, but just try telling that to anybody wearing this hungry, hungry hat. Freak of nature or not, it’s pretty likely that this is the one and only shark attack you’re going to care about.
How would a shark even make it onto someone’s head, anyway? Maybe if you’re just dunking your head in the water, or if there’s some manner of shark tornado? We suppose that once there’s a shark on your head, figuring out how it got there is fairly irrelevant. Any which way, this acrylic hat featuring knitted-in eyes and teeth and a foam-filled tail and dorsal fin is about as adorable a way as we can think of to get your head gnawed upon. If you’re going to get attacked by a shark, there are certainly worse ways to do it.