by Gabrielle Canon
Spirit Hoods are back! At Coachella this year these fuzzy animal-themed head gears resembling furs (but not!) have returned with a vengeance; one's instinct remains, as always, to mock them, but this year, with heavy winds and thick drops of cold rain coming down, they actually serve a function. But staying warm was just one of many reasons Coachella attendees gave for wearing their Spirit Hoods. Behold.
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3. "It helps animals"
The "Pro Blue" Spirit Hoods allow patrons to support the animal depicted in their head gear, with 10% of proceeds going toward, in this case, grey wolves and snow leopards, apparently.
1. "It holds my brain in"
This girl responded to our inquiries by making a funny, animal-like noise and prancing away. Elsewhere, Eric -- a guy who took to dancing in place before the music commenced -- added, "it feels good [on my head] when I am on 'shrooms and ecstasy." A girl with him put it that her hood "holds my brain in."
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