Mountain Hardwear Fornax Dome


Weight 2.9 oz / 83 g
Body Fabric 100% Wool
Lining 100% Recycled Polyester Microfleece

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Mountain Hardwear's Fornax Dome page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Crafted with the old mainstay, wool, the Fornax Dome Hat from Mountain Hardwear adds new fibers and ideas to the classic woolen beanie. A soft, full-coverage microfleece ear band at the interior provides added warmth with recycled polyester fibers while the wool exterior insulates when wet and wicks moisture.

- Mountain Gear

The Mountain Hardwear Fornax Dome hat is perfect on days when snow flurries fall and a cold wind blows. Warm, breathable wool knit supplies excellent insulation, even when wet. Recycled polyester microfleece ear band adds warmth and is comfortable next to skin. Closeout.


Once your climbing helmet comes off in the alpine, pull the Mountain Hardwear Fornax Dome Beanie out of your pack and start working on Base Camp. The wool provides the same warmth that the goats traversing the peak above you use, and the recycled polyester ear band offers total ear coverage and breathability while giving the goats a break by reducing the environmental impact of making new synthetics.


CLOSEOUTS . Colorful stripes catch the eye in Mountain Hardwear's Fornax dome beanie hat, but it's the toasty, wool knit and soft fleece headband that catch the warmth and keep it where it counts. Available Colors: STAINLESS, MUDCLOTH. Sizes: R.

- Sierra Trading Post

Mountain Hardwear Fornax Dome


The Mountain Hardwear Fornax Dome is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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