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Outdoor Research Rambler Sombrero

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The girls' Outdoor Research Rambler Sombrero Sun Hat features a wide brim and UPF 30 fabric to provide protection from the bright sun. Nylon fabric wicks moisture and dries quickly. Drawcord adjustment keeps the hat secure on blustery days and brim floats in case it does land in the water.

- REI

Outdoor Research made the Kids' Rambler Sombrero with UPF 30+ rated SolarShield fabric and then gave it a full wrap-around brim to shade your little hiker with total sun protection. You'll never have to worry about your young 'un ending the trip with a sunburnt nose or neck thanks to the Rambler Sombrero. Outdoor Research included an external drawcord to ensure a close fit, and an adjustable chin strap keeps this sun hat from blowing away in the wind.

- Backcountry.com

Outdoor Research Kid's Rambler Sombrero FEATURES of the Outdoor Research Kid's Rambler Sombrero Breathable Wicking Protective SolarShield Construction UPF 30 Foam-Stiffened Brim Floats Wicking TransAction Headband External Drawcord Adjustment Break-Away Chin Cord SPECIFICATIONS of the Outdoor Research Kid's Rambler Sombrero Weight: (M): 2.4 oz / 67 g 100% Supplex nylon This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

This hat's wide brim offers shade on bright summer days when the opportunity to explore a mysterious lake shore is too good to pass up. With lightweight, UPF 30+ fabric, sun exposure is kept at bay. A drawcord adjustment keeps this hat secure on blustery days and the brim floats in case Suzy drops it in the water in pursuit of her new pet frog.

- RockCreek