As daylight dwindles and temperatures begin to drop, the biting winter winds nip at our ears and fingers. Luckily, guests at Disneyland Resort can pick up knit caps and gloves from a new collection of winter accessories. We found the new items in the World of Disney store at Downtown Disney District.
The knitware is perfect for cool evenings on Buena Vista Street as you search for that perfect Christmas gift. The new series includes characters like Mickey, Stitch, Jack Skellington, and more. Let’s take a look at what is available.
Mickey Mouse Knit Youth Cap – $16.99
The bright, red cap certainly catches the eye.
An embroidered Mickey Mouse is featured on the cap’s front.
Mickey gives us a playful wink!
The back has an embroidered Disney Parks logo.
Monsters University Knit Cap – $24.99
“Gimme an ‘M’! Gimme a ‘U’!” This adult Monsters University cap has a large MU logo. Unlike the youth Mickey Mouse cap, this adult cap has a rolled brim.
The back is unadorned.
The Nightmare Before Christmas Knit Cap – $21.99
What’s this? It’s a knit cap featuring The Pumpkin King himself: Jack Skellington. Jack’s head is featured on the front of the cap’s rolled brim.
The back rolled brim has a Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas tag.
The Nightmare Before Christmas Fingerless Gloves – $21.99
Keep your hands warm and still use your phone with these fingerless gloves.
One glove features the same Jack Skellington embroidered artwork as the knit cap. Jack’s name is spelled across the knuckles. The name is screen printed, not embroidered.
The other glove features an embroidered Zero character and screen printed name.
Pascal Knit Cap – $19.99
Rapunzel’s pal Pascal finds his way onto this bright, purple knit cap.
Luckily, Pascal has decided not to turn purple. The green embroidery really pops!
The knit cap also has an embroidered Disney Parks logo.
Stitch Knit Cap – $19.99
The understated gray knit cap is a perfect contrast to the mischievous Stitch!
Look at that smile!
The Disney Parks logo is “Stitched” in a contrasting navy blue.
Are you going to prepare for cold winter nights with these warm knit items? Don’t forget to share your thoughts in the comments.