TOY BOX: Arctic 180s can be music to cold ears

Cover your ears, unless you want to hear about how to keep them warm. After all, it's hardly balmy in most of the US, and those hip-hop caps give you hat head, which makes no one look good.

Cover your ears, unless you want to hear about how to keep them warm. After all, it's hardly balmy in most of the US, and those hip-hop caps give you hat head, which makes no one look good.

To answer this age-old quandary, The Herrington Catalogue offers Arctic 180s, a new brand of earmuffs that they adroitly advertise as able to "keep ears toasty warm without screwing up your hair or getting an itchy scalp." Take that, J. Peterman! They're $25, and wrap around behind your head. Why didn't we think of this earlier, right? Arctic 180s adjust for any size head, and are foldable for easy storage. These new contraptions also come in gray, black, navy, red, yellow, and purple (for the adventurous). Of course you must accessorize, so you'll surely want the Arctic 180 stereo headphones ($19.95) that fit perfectly into the slots supplied right by your ears. Visit herringtoncatalog.com, and be the first on your block to keep your ears from getting cold...proudly. Any questions? Write us at toybox@rlmPR.com
  • Richard Laermer is the author of Full Frontal PR and the CEO of RLM Public Relations (www.rlmPR.com) ----- Price $25 for ear love. Just think of all the cash you'll save in hair goop Cool Factor Black trim is faux fashionable. It's what I envision Judy Jetson wearing on a brisk day. Inside is a little slot to put those button-like earphones that cool people use with their MP3 players

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