Mountain Hardwear Nova Stretch Visor

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

With a special cooling lining fabric and a wide brim, the Mountain Hardwear Nova Stretch Visor keeps you comfortable and shaded from the sun when you're out for a run.

- REI

On Sale. Mountain Hardwear Nova Stretch Visor FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Nova Stretch Visor Cool Q Zero provides an immediate and ongoing cooling sensation Wide brim provides full face coverage Stretch fit for comfort High-visibility reflective print for running at night SPECIFICATIONS of the Mountain Hardwear Nova Stretch Visor Average Weight: 2 oz / 52 g Body: running Jacquard (100% polyester)

- Moosejaw

Mountain Hardwear: Men's Nova Stretch Visor: A minimalist approach to running headwear with lightweight Cool.Q ZERO technology lining the forehead for added cooling and comfort. Stretch fit design comfortably fits anyone’s head, and the reflective logo keeps you visible during evening or early morning training. Cool.Q ZERO provides an immediate and ongoing cooling sensation Wide brim provides full face coverage Stretch fit for comfort High-visibility reflective print for running at night

- Mountain Hardwear

Whether you are running, hanging out down on the river, or hitting the town, Moutnain Hardwear's Nova Stretch Visor will keep you cool and protected from the sun. Made from Cool.Q fabric, it provides a cooling sensation that starts immediately and never wears out.

- Mountain Gear

Mountain Hardwear Nova Stretch Visor

previously retailed for:
$11.97 - $17.90

The Mountain Hardwear Nova Stretch Visor is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 7, 2014 at REI.

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