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The attractive Columbia Simply Spun(TM) Peruvian hat keeps your noggin warm when the temperature drops. Acrylic/wool yarn retains warmth and dries quickly when wet. Polyester microfleece lining increases warmth and comfort. Earflaps and tassels create playful style. Closeout.


CLOSEOUTS . Soft wool and fleece hug your head warmly, and braided tassels help keep the earflaps in place in the Peruvian hat from Columbia Sportswear. Available Colors: DARK CHARCOAL, COCOA, HEAVENLY BLUE, HOLLYBERRY, BLACK, ELDERBERRY.

- Sierra Trading Post

The Columbia Peruvian Hat features 6-point beanie styling with earflaps, knit tassels and a Micro fleece Lite lining with jacquard band, to make this a classic winter hat.100% acrylic knit yarn.100% polyester Micro fleece Lite lining.6-point beanie with earflaps.Knit tassels.

- Campmor

If it?s good enough for sub-zero temps in the mountains of Peru, then we?re pretty sure this little number will be good enough for whatever wild weather you can throw at it. The 6-point construction offers a fabulous fit and the earflaps ensure that all the important parts stay protected. Omni-Therm? fleece lining is soft against sensitive young skin and adds a big hit of extra warmth. Tie the knit tassels under their chin when the wind kicks up or let them dangle to the side if you?re just kickin? around town.

- Ramsey Outdoor

Columbia Women's Peruvian Hat

previously retailed for:
$5.73 - $24.99

The Columbia Women's Peruvian Hat is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 1, 2014 at Sierra Trading Post.

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