Patagonia Air Flow Visor

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

When we found one of our ambassadors cutting the top off of his well-worn Air Flow Cap, it seemed time: We present the Air Flow Visor. The full-length brim provides shade, the dark underbill reduces glare and the Coolmax(R) headband wicks moisture. And, complimenting the visor's open-top design, the Air Flow fabric is fully breathable and highly air permeable (the top, in particular, is guaranteed 100% air permeable). An adjustable rear buckle with elastic snugs the fit, and this version comes complete with sewn hems - no scissor-cut frayed edges. Reflective logo on front.

- Patagonia.com

It's hard to make good choices when your head's sizzling like an egg on a blistering hot sidewalk. Stop stupidity by saving your face skin with the Patagonia Air Flow Visor. With moisture-managing CoolMax against your skin, you won't accidentally put ketchup in your coffee and creamer on your hot dog. Polygiene tech takes away the fear that you're hot-weather headwear will smell like that fried egg three weeks after.

- Backcountry.com

With the Patagonia Air Flow Visor, the full-length brim provides shade, the dark underbill reduces glare and the Coolmax headband wicks moisture. Complimenting the visor's open-top design, the Air Flow fabric is fully breathable and highly air permeable (the top, in particular, is guaranteed 100% air permeable). An adjustable rear buckle with elastic snugs the fit, and this version comes complete with sewn hems - no scissor-cut frayed edges. A reflective logo sits on the front.

- Mountain Gear

Patagonia Air Flow Visor

previously retailed for:
$19.00

The Patagonia Air Flow Visor is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 12, 2015 at Patagonia.com.

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