Icebreaker Glacier Hat

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Icebreaker's Glacier Hat page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Description of Ice Breaker Glacier HatEye-catching, energetic stripes will make you the centre of attention whether youre biking, hiking, snowboarding or finding some other way to make the most of the outdoors. The Glacier Hat comes in a funky range of colours and is made from single layer sport yarn.FeaturesNon itchy Soft and comfortable against the skin Single layer sport yarn hat

- US Outdoor Store

The Icebreaker Glacier Beanie is a lightweight merino wool hat that will keep your noggin warm when you're cross-country skiing in the high country, or spending a summer night camping with your good friends.

- Backcountry.com

On Sale. Icebreaker Glacier Hat DECENT FEATURES of the Icebreaker Glacier Hat Slope style with bomber warmth Extra-insulating merino layer Non-itch/odour resistant

- Moosejaw

Discontinued . What's not to love about Icebreaker's Glacier hat? Not only is it comfortable, it's also made of itch-free, temperature-regulating merino wool that's breathable and won?t retain odors. Available Colors: BLACK/GRAVEL/PEARL, ROCKET/INK/BONE, BELIZE/BONE, STEALTH/SAIL, HORIZON/PETUNIA, JET/BLACK, BRONZE/BONE, CERISE/SNOW, GULF/ECLIPSE, HAT MANDARIN/CHERUB, COBALT/METRO.

- Sierra Trading Post

Icebreaker Glacier Hat

previously retailed for:
$15.39 - $27.95

The Icebreaker Glacier Hat is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 18, 2013 at Backcountry.com.

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