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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Columbia's Kids' Coolheaded Ball Cap page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

It may be hot outside, but you've got to tend the hot grill and keep your burgers juicy. Good thing your Columbia Coolheaded Ball Cap can help keep you comfortable at the same time. The Omni-Freeze fabric breathes well while you flip the patties, and the Omni-Wick sweatband aids sweat evaporation so you don't drip sweat onto your mother-in-law's veggie burger. Once you adjust the rear hook-and-loop strap, the Omni-Shade fabric provides your head gets great UV protection so your scalp doesn't cook to medium well.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

And with UPF 30, the Men's Coolheaded has enough sun protection to get the Skin Cancer Foundation's seal of recommendation. A moisture-wicking sweatband keeps the sweat out of their eyes. The hook-and-loop back closure can be adjusted on the fly for the perfect fit. An assortment of earth-inspired colorways are accented with lovely contrast stitching.

- Rocky Mountain Trail refers to the men's version

When now's not the time to get hot headed, the Columbia Sportswear Coolheaded Ball Cap for Men regulates your cool with its Omni-Shade(TM)UPF 30 sun protection, Omni-Freeze(TM)advanced cooling, and Omni-Wick(TM) advanced evaporation sweatband. Be cool!

- Altrec Outdoors refers to the men's version

Columbia Coolheaded Ball Cap

$20.00 (kids')

The Columbia Coolheaded Ball Cap is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 26, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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