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Recent Cap Reviews

Trailspace Trail Runner Cap

rated 5 of 5 stars Who doesn't want to look fly, feel cool, and represent Trailspace? It's a comfortable, lightweight, and well-fitting hat that drys quickly and wicks sweat very well. Got this awesome hat from Trailspace. I've owned some type of running hat for the last 10 years. This one is by far my favorite. With a sweet TS logo on the front and "trailspace.com" on the back, it's actually a Headsweats brand hat, so you can find it in the store...though you may not look as sharp!   It is very lightweight and is… Full review

Under Armour Armour Stretch Fit Cap

rated 5 of 5 stars Very comfortable hat. It is moisture wicking and keeps the sun off your face. This is a very comfortable hat while jogging, hiking, golfing, or whatever you do on a sunny day that might make you break a sweat. The hat is very durable and wicks away sweat very well and surprisingly doesn't show that nasty sweat ring on the bill. It looks good too. This hat was a gift from a friend that told me he never wanted to see me in a camo hat again, lol. Full review

Trailspace Trail Runner Cap

rated 5 of 5 stars Light, breathable cap your outdoor activities. I like the attractive, subtle colors of this hat and its low profile fit. The Headsweats band around the inside does a good job of keeping the moisture off your face. This hat came along with the Patagonia shoes I won last year. I've worn it many times for hikes and am proud to promote the Trailspace community. The hat wicks moisture well with the open weave material and the Headsweats band keeps it from running down your face. I normally wear visor… Full review

Nike Men's Daybreak Hat

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Athletic hat which can be used for camping, playing sports, or just mowing the lawn. Highly recommended for activities where you want the shade, but prefer wicking and breathability of lightweight fabric. I received a gray model from my friend about 4 years ago. He played tennis in it for a season, just to give you an example of the "genre" of hat this is. It's been my go-to hat for most occasions.   That material is very thin and breathable, but at the same time durable. I have snagged this hat… Full review

Outdoor Research Revel Cap

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Works very well in the rain. I've used this hat for a couple of years now when hiking in wet weather. The hat repels water very well. The thing that I like most about it is that when the rain really starts to come down and you need to pull the hood of your rainjacket up the hat fits really well under the hood and doesn't feel like it's being pushed down on your head or blocking your field of vision. The hat works best in cool weather. Being that I shave my head and don't have the hair to absorb… Full review

Trailspace Trail Runner Cap

rated 5 of 5 stars So light you'll forget it's there. Yes, I'm gushing over this hat because it was a prize. BUT this really is a great hat for ultralight backpacking. I wore this hat for a solid week on a recent backpacking trip. It kept the sun off my face. It wicked sweat. When it rained, it nicely served to keep my rain hood off my face. It weighs next to nothing! The one con is the threads easily snag from normal wear and tear--much like the t-shirts made from the same material. After a week, it looked more "seasoned"… Full review

Trailspace Trail Runner Cap

rated 5 of 5 stars Lightweight, breathable, and offers good coverage. Before receiving this hat, I was using a cotton based visor that I typically paired with a bandana for neck coverage. What I didn't like about my old visor was it never dried fast enough due to the cotton fabric.   Since getting this Trailspace hat, I no longer had that issue. This hat wicks moisture from your forehead effectively and sometimes I forget I have it on due it being so light. Here's a shot of yours truly sporting the Trailspace hat! Full review

Trailspace Trail Runner Cap

rated 5 of 5 stars Lightweight, very breathable My usual hat is a cotton 'radar' cap, which while it's warm in spring, fall and winter is too hot for summer. I'll wear it for the first hour or so, then once it starts getting warm out, it hangs off the strap on my pack. That's when I get that nice sunburn on my forehead, which seems to be a lot higher and more exposed than it used to be! My test run was a 15 km dayhike, through mixed forest with sun getting through about half the time, carrying a 15 lb pack.  The… Full review

Trailspace Trail Runner Cap

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Excellent cap if a little flimsy (see below). Excellent cap if you sweat like me. Took along on many long walks/hikes, but I managed to break the flimsy plastic latch at the back, a big problem since I am from Nepal with no repair facilities that I know of and I paid a good price for my standards. Full review

Top-Rated Caps

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user rating: 5 of 5 (2)
Outdoor Research Revel Cap
$16 - $17
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Outdoor Research Radar Pocket Cap
$12 - $27
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Kavu Synthetic Strapcap
$16 - $24
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (1)
Mountain Hardwear Quasar Running Cap
$30
user rating: 4 of 5 (1)
Outdoor Research Prismatic Cap Rain Hat / Winter Hat / Cap
$36 - $45
Outdoor Research Moscow Radar Cap
$24
Outdoor Research Exos Cap
$18 - $19
Outdoor Research Swift Cap
$18 - $24
Outdoor Research Radar Storm Cap
$16 - $31
Outdoor Research Pub Cap
$40
EMS Thunderhead Rain Cap
$14
Patagonia Roger That Hat
$22 - $29
Marmot Twill Cap
$14 - $25
Outdoor Research Knit Radar Cap
$32
Mountain Hardwear Hardwear Cap
$5 - $27
Mountain Khakis MK Trucker
$20
Sunday Afternoons Eclipse Hat
$15
Marmot Mdot Twill Cap
$26
Arc'teryx Bird Cap
$29
 
DaKine Emily Hat
$15
Mammut Lhasa Cap
$25
The North Face Better Than Naked Hat
$22 - $28
Outdoor Research Radar Visor
$21
Outdoor Research Inversion Radar Cap
$36 - $45
Patagonia Interstate Hat
$29
The North Face Horizon Hat
$20 - $25
Marmot Huntington Cap
$13 - $27
Canada Goose Merino Ball Cap
$60
RailRiders Adventure Hat
$28
Outdoor Research Echo Cap
$13
Kavu Strapvisor
$19 - $24
Ibex Coppi Merino Cycling Cap
$40
Patagonia Logo Hat
$22 - $29
ExOfficio BUZZ OFF Cotton Classic Hat
$25
Outdoor Research Eclipse Cap
$11
Mountain Hardwear Canyon Sun Hiker
$12 - $24
Marmot PreCip Baseball Cap
$29 - $34
Arc'teryx Big A Cap
$29
Marmot Wool Emma Cap
$30
Patagonia Duckbill Cap
$29
Patagonia Trucker Hat
$25 - $29
Mountain Hardwear Chiller Ball Cap
$12 - $30
Arc'teryx Embroidered Bird Cap
$29
Patagonia Vented Spoonbill Cap
$45
The North Face Illuminated Hat
$35
Outdoor Research Ferrosi Cap
$13
The North Face Breakaway Hat
$15 - $28
National Geographic Gore-Tex Waterproof Wool Driving Cap
$98
Sunday Afternoons Sprinter Cap
$11 - $22
Marmot Name Dropper Hat
$14 - $25
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