Columbia PFG Freezer Hat

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While crisp and austere in the winter, the Grand Canyon can be life-threateningly hot in the summer. Luckily, we’ve infused this super-shading silhouette with Omni-Freeze ICE technology to cut the heat and thwart the sun during your next rim-to-rim sojourn. The PFG Freezer Hat helps keep your body temperature down with a naturally occuring chemistry that starts actively cooling you the moment the fabric comes in contact with your sweat-the material actually starts feeling cool to the touch. UPF 30 sun protection ads to the hat’s sun-cancelling capabilities, while an Omni-Wick sweat band instantly wicks moisture from your brow. A neck-shading backflap rolls up when you don’t need it, and a plastic clip attaches to your shirt so you don’t lose your hat in high wind. FEATURES: Fabric: 100% polyester, Omni-Shade UPF 30 sun protection, Omni-Freeze ICE advanced cooling, Omni-Wick sweatband, Cord and plastic security clip in back, Adjustable drawcord and toggle at back, Imported,

- Columbia

Dont overheat in those hot climates; the Columbia Freezer Hat knows how to take a load off. This hat provides plenty of shade with the long brim and backflap, while the chemistry of the Freeze ICE technology helps regulate body temperature so your head stays cool and happy on all your outdoor adventures.

- Altrec Outlet

Columbia PFG Freezer Hat

previously retailed for:
$23.90 - $30.39

The Columbia PFG Freezer Hat is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 5, 2013 at Columbia.

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