Columbia Coolhead Beanie

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Avid anglers know that no matter how much you slather sunscreen on your scalp, UVs still seem to blast right through. Unlike a layer of sunscreen (which is temporary at best), this high-performance head cooler uses Omni-Freeze ICE technology to keep your body temperature down and blocks harsh rays from your tender scalp without sweating or washing off. The Coolhead Beanie uses a naturally occuring chemistry to start actively cooling you the moment the fabric it comes in contact with your sweat-the material actually starts feeling cool to the touch. Plus, UPF 50 sun protection earns the Skin Cancer Foundation’s seal of recommendation for the Coolhead. The fabric is lightweight and features stretch properties for comfort. The Coolhead layers easily under a brimmed hat. FEATURES: Fabric: 90% polyester/10% elastane, Omni-Shade UPF 50 sun protection, Omni-Freeze ICE advanced cooling, Imported,

- Columbia

Almost as refreshing as a bucket of ice, but way less wet, the Columbia Coolhead Beanie for men uses Omni-Freeze ICE technology to actively cool your head. As soon as your sweat comes in contact with the fabric it feels cool to the touch while the moisture-wicking, fast-drying lightweight polyester keeps the sweat from dripping in your eyes and shields your scalp from the sun with UPF 50 protection. Perfect for anglers, boaters and any adventure in warm weather, the Columbia Men's Coolhead Beanie is thin for easy layering under a brimmed hat.

- Altrec Outlet

Columbia Coolhead Beanie

previously retailed for:
$13.99 - $18.00

The Columbia Coolhead Beanie is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 15, 2012 at Columbia.

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