Mountain Hardwear Ravi Flap Cap


Weight 2.8 oz / 80 g
Body Fabric Summitâ„¢ Stretch Plainweave

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The perfect companion for all your safari adventures. Mountain Hardwear's Ravi Flap Cap is a stretch nylon sun cap with a wicking finish. Built-in neck gaiter provides protection from the sun.


Protect your face, neck, and ears from the sun while you're on the water or pounding the trail with Mountain Hardwear's Ravi Flap Cap that shields you with soft, cotton-like stretch fabric gaiter with a UPF of 25 and a sweat-wicking finish. Your forehead stays dry with the Coolmax sweatband and an adjustable drawcord headband keeps your hat in place just in case those crosswinds at the shore get strong.

- Mountain Gear

On Sale. Mountain Hardwear Men's Ravi Flap Cap DECENT FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Men's Ravi Flap Cap Brushed stretch nylon fabric with a soft, cottonlike hand and a wicking finish Adjustable drawcord headband Neck gaiter provides protection from the sun Dark, glare-reducing color under brim Extremely lightweight UPF 25 sun protection Imported The SPECS Average Weight: 2.8 oz / 80 g Body: Summit Stretch Plainweave (93% nylon, 7% elastane) Panel: Micro Mesh (100% polyester)

- Moosejaw

Ward off the lobster-job the sun is bound to unload on your neck with the Mountain Hardwear Mens Ravi Flap Hat. This lightweight wicking hat features a stretchy, UPF 25 fabric and a large rear sun cape to ensure your arent raging a painful farmers tan at the end of your hike.


Mountain Hardwear Ravi Flap Cap


The Ravi Flap Cap has been discontinued.


The Mountain Hardwear Ravi Flap Cap is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 30, 2016 at

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