Columbia BC Bandit Beanie

Specs

Shell Fabric 50% Wool / 40% Acrylic / 10% Alpaca, 100% Acrylic Yarn
Lining Fabric 100% Polyester

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Columbia's BC Bandit Beanie page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

This be-pompomed beanie just got an Omni-Heat upgrade, so it’ll keep you out pillaging powder for longer in colder conditions. The BC Bandit features a classic alpine design with a new, innovative thermal-reflective lining that keeps you significantly warmer by capturing your head’s own heat and circulating it evenly throughout. Alpaca-wool yarn shell fabrication adds a dose of the quick drying and cozy while maintaining a delicious softness of hand. FEATURES: Fabric: Shell: 50% wool/40% acrylic/10% alpaca, 100% acrylic yarn. Lining: 100% polyester, Omni-Heat thermal reflective, Imported,

- Columbia

CLOSEOUTS . With a fluffy pompom on the crown and classic knit design, Columbia Sportswear's BC Bandit beanie hat may look innocent on the outside, but inside is an Omni-Heatand#174; Thermal reflective lining that captures essential body heat to keep you significantly warmer. Available Colors: BLACK/GRILL/WINTER WHITE, BLACK SOLID, TANK/OLIVE BROWN/STOUT, AZUL/COMPASS BLUE/ABYSS, ELDERBERRY/BRIGHT ROSE, HOT ROD/LEAPFROG.

- Sierra Trading Post

The BC Bandit features a classic alpine design with a new, innovative thermal-reflective lining that keeps you significantly warmer by capturing your head's own heat and circulating it evenly throughout. Alpaca-wool yarn shell fabrication adds a dose of the quick drying and cozy while maintaining a delicious softness of hand. This be-pompomed beanie just got an Omni-Heat(R) upgrade, so it'll keep you out pillaging powder for longer in colder conditions. Take the mountain by storm in this cozy Columbia beanie. Omni-Heat technology offers insulation and reflects thermal heat. Classic alpine design throughout. Thermal-reflective lining keeps you much warmer by capturing your head's own heat and circulating it evenly throughout. Pompom at top of hat. Shell: 50% wool,40% acrylic,10% alpaca. Lining: 100% polyester. Hand wash cold, lay flat to dry. Circumference: 20 in OMNI-HEAT(R) REFLECTIVE: Stay Warm In Cold Conditions: This thermal technology helps maintain warmth and prevent heat loss, keeping you comfortable in cold weather. Omni-Heat(R) is the ultimate body heat management system for the outdoors. From technical base layer garments to advanced electronics, Omni-Heat(R) ensures you stay warm and comfortable in cold conditions. Omni-Heat(R) products help you counter the cold anywhere and everywhere. Stay Insulated Against The Cold: This thermal insulation technology helps maintain warmth and prevent heat loss with the highest heat retention per gram in the industry. * Highest heat retention per gram of synthetic insulation in the industry * Ultra-soft, down like hand * Eco friendly 50% recycled content Make Your Own Heat: This thermal reflective technology helps regulate your temperature by reflecting and retaining the warmth your body generates, while dissipating moisture and excess heat to keep you comfortable. * Boosts heat retention by 20% on average * Dot lining provides heat retention while maintaining a high level of breathability to reduce excess heat and moisture

- Rocky Mountain Trail

The BC Bandit Beanie from Columbia Sportswear is a classic alpine design with a new, innovative thermal-reflective lining that keeps you significantly warmer by capturing your head's own heat and circulating it evenly throughout. Alpaca-wool yarn shell fabrication adds a dose of the quick drying and cozy while maintaining a delicious softness of hand.

- Altrec Outdoors

Columbia BC Bandit Beanie

MSRP:
$35.00

The Columbia BC Bandit Beanie is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 23, 2015 at Sierra Trading Post.

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