Mountain Hardwear Chiller Wide Brim Hat
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There's no reason to lose your cool or get red in the face when paddling your canoe through the many lakes of the Boundary Waters with the Mountain Hardwear Women's Chiller Wide Brim Hat firmly planted atop your head. UPF 25 offers additional protection against harmful solar radiation, the underside of the wide brim is dark to minimize glare, and Cool. Q Zero technology lines the forehead and side panels to give you a cooling sensation akin to eating one of these chocolate-covered peppermint patties. Brrrrr.
Built for both the Sahara and the Himalaya, the Chiller Hat has a wide brim that provides 360 protection from the sun and Cool.QTM Zero lining to continually regulate your body temperature.
Mountain Hardwear Women's Chiller Wide Brim Hat FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Women's Chiller Wide Brim Hat Cool.Q ZERO provides an immediate and ongoing cooling sensation Cool.Q ZERO lines forehead and side panels Lightweight foam brim folds up and packs down small for shoving in a pack Closed cell foam brim allows hat to float SPECIFICATIONS of the Mountain Hardwear Women's Chiller Wide Brim Hat Fit: Regular, Large Average Weight: 2 oz / 66 g Body: Summit Stretch Plainweave (93% nylon, 7% elastane) Panel: Cool.Q ZERO Stretch Softie Jersey (92% polyester, 8% elastane)
Built for both the Sahara and the Himalaya, featuring unparalleled sun protection with 360 degrees of coverage. Cool.QTM ZERO lining around the forehead continually regulates throughout long days, and the foam brim provides durability and easy packing, while also staying afloat in water.
- Mountain Hardwear
Fight off the sun's harmfull rays and stay cool in the heat of summer with the Women's Chiller Wide Brim Hat from Mountain Hardwear. With mesh sides and Cool.Q Zero fabric you won't overheat on the steep climb to your destination. An adjustable drawcord helps keep it glued to your head and the foam brim allows you to fold it up and shove it in your pack when you don't have a need for it.
- Mountain Gear