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Retailers' Descriptions

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You may be a tough guy (or gal) but your ears are just as tender as anyone else's; protect them from biting winter winds with the Ibex Renzo Beanie. This midweight beanie is crafted from extra-fine merino wool for outstanding warmth and softness, while the classic striped design complements any get-up, from sleek skate ski gear to an old-fashioned fisherman's sweater.

- Backcountry.com

The Ibex Renzo Beanie is a traditional Nordic-styled beanie with a modern twist. The Renzo can go the distance thanks to densely knit 100% Merino wool; perfect when you need mid-weight warmth and breath-ability. Dense knit Merino Wool Soft-brushed interior Made in Italy Hand wash

- OMCgear

Wear it around campus, on the slopes, or during that late-night winter run, no matter where you are, Ibex's Renzo Beanie keeps your noggin safe from chilly temps. Battle any wintry day with 100% merino wool in a midweight knit with a classic striped pattern.

- Mountain Gear

Add a little color in your winter wardrobe with the Renzo Beanie from Ibex. It's a classic ski beanie with modern lines. The knit wool will keep your head nice and toasty. PRODUCT FEATURES: Made of 21 micron Merino Wool; 12gg textured sweater knit Beanie fit Densely knit; extra-fine merino Hand wash Made in Italy

- Appalachian Outdoors

Dense knit, super soft, extra fine merino wool make the Ibex Renzo Beanie a winter time staple you won't want to be without. Vertical strips and mid-weight insulation keep you looking good on the mountain or around town.

- Altrec Outdoors

Ibex Renzo Beanie

previously retailed for:
$17.48 - $34.95

The Ibex Renzo Beanie is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 18, 2013 at Backcountry.com.

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