Columbia Bora Bora JR Booney II
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Columbia made the Kids' Bora Bora Jr Booney II Hat a protective choice for sunny days, whether he has a fishing rod or a hiking stick in hand.
The Columbia Bora BoraTM Jr. Booney II hat dries in a flash, making it great for warm-weather activities near water. The wide brim protects the head, neck and eyes from the sun.
Summer fun can mean burning sun; protect those rosy cheeks with the Kid's Columbia Bora Bora Jr Booney II Hat. This cute hat has UPF 30 sun protection, so it blocks out harmful rays and carries the Skin Cancer Foundations seal of recommendation, so you know its a hat you can trust.
- Altrec Outlet
UV protection and moisture wicking kids hats are here to save your summer days. What else do you need for your children this summer than the new Bora Bora Jr. Booney II sun hat. Columbia Sportswear has thought of it all. PRODUCT FEATURES: Fabric: Shell: 100% polyester. Lining: 100% polyester Omni-Shade UPF 30 sun protection Omni-Wick fabric and mesh Adjustable drawcord and toggle at back
- Appalachian Outdoors
The Bora Bora Jr Booney II is a hat that is designed for keeping his head nice and cool. Coming with mesh on the upper part of the hat, this feature allows air travel throughout the hat, when it's blazing hot out there. Coming with Omni-Shade UPF 50 sun protection & Omni-Wick sweatband and mesh, he'll sure to be comfortable.... no matter how hot it is outside. This Columbia Bora Bora Booney II Hat has all the features you need for a successful day in the outdoors. Omni-Shade UPF 50 blocks 98% of harmful UVA and UVB rays while quick-drying properties ensure dunks and showers won't keep you soggy for long. This ultra-breathable Booney Hat features an Omni-Wick sweatband and non-UPF mesh vent panel for excellent ventilation. An adjustable drawcord and toggle in back deliver a great fit while the adjustable chin strap keeps this hat secure. Shell: 100% textured nylon poplin. Lining: 100% polyester. One size fits most. Imported.
- Rocky Mountain Trail