Specs

women's
Weight 1.8 oz / 50 g
Body Fabric Deflection™ Wind Fleece

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Mountain Hardwear's Women's Posh Dome page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Description of Mountain Hardwear Posh Dome - WomensWarm, fuzzy and super soft, the Posh Dome coordinates with the coveted new Womens Lynx Jacket from Mountain Hardwears Outerwear and Snowear collections.FeaturesReversible Double layer headband Wind-resistant, breathable, soft and lightweight

- US Outdoor Store refers to the women's version

CLOSEOUTS . Feel like a million bucks in the plush and stylish Mountain Hardwear Posh Dome beanie hat, constructed of Voluptuous Velboa fleece for outstanding warmth and wind resistance. Available Colors: DRAGONFLY, BLACK CHERRY, RUBY, BLACK, BERRY JAM. Sizes: REG, LARGE.

- Sierra Trading Post refers to the women's version

The Mountain Hardwear Posh Dome 2 Beanie for women is plush and wind-resistent, keeping you warm and cozy amidst the snowdrifts.

- REI refers to the women's version

Mountain Hardwear Posh Dome FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Posh Dome Wind-resistant, breathable, soft and lightweight Double layered headband for extra warmth Reversible SPECIFICATIONS of the Mountain Hardwear Posh Dome Average Weight: 1.59 oz / 45 g Body: Voluptuous Velboa (100% polyester)

- Moosejaw refers to the women's version

Mountain Hardwear Posh Dome

MSRP:
$25.00 (women's)

The Mountain Hardwear Posh Dome is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 11, 2015 at Sierra Trading Post.

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