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A karvalakki (Finnish: fur cap) is a cylinder-shaped, fur forage cap-styled hat typically worn in parts of Finland and Russia. Finnish TV presenter Hannu Karpo often wore a karvalakki on his show, Karpolla on asiaa.

In Finnish, the expression karvalakkimalli ("fur cap model") means a bare-bones, no-frills model, meaning the cheapest and most basic model that just works and does nothing extra. The term can also be used to describe anything that is very basic.[citation needed]

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