Columbia Coolhead Ball Cap

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Keep your head cool and your body will follow. This performance ball cap features Omni-Freeze technology to keep your temp in check from beach to playground with specially shaped flat yarns that facilitate the release of heat and feel cooler to the touch. In addition, Omni-Wick fabrication creates rapid moisture flow off the cap, and UPF 50 sun protection earns the Skin Cancer Foundation’s seal of recommendation for the Coolhead. A simple hook and loop back adjustments easily provides the perfect fit. FEATURES: Fabric: 90% polyester/10% elastane, Omni-Shade UPF 50 sun protection, Omni-Freeze, Omni-Wick sweatband, Hook and loop back adjustment, Imported,

- Columbia

With the power to shield your son or daughter's head and face from harmful ultra violet rays and to disperse his or her body heat throughout the fabric to promote cooling, the Columbia Kids' Coolhead Ball Cap is a must for sunny days.

- Backcountry.com

Dont forget their little heads on bright sunny days; the Kid's Columbia Coolhead Ball Cap will help keep your kids cool during all their summer fun. The Omni-Shade UPF 50 sun protection adds an extra layer of shade from harmful rays while the Omni-Wicksweatband soaks up their hard earned sweat before it drips into their eyes.

- Altrec Outlet

The Columbia Coolhead kids' ball cap is made with moisture-wicking polyester stretch fabric for all-day comfort in the heat. Thermal transfer technology disperses body heat, keeping your child cool on hot days. Wicking sweatband helps prevent sweat from rolling into eyes. With a UPF 50+ rating, fabric provides excellent protection against harmful ultraviolet rays. Rip-and-stick back adjustment personalizes fit of the Columbia Coolhead ball cap.

- REI

Columbia Kids' Coolhead Ball Cap

previously retailed for:
$8.79 - $22.00

The Columbia Kids' Coolhead Ball Cap is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 1, 2013 at Columbia.

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