Patagonia Beanie Hat

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Specs

Weight 2.9 oz / 82 g
Fabric 55% Nylon / 45% Chlorine-Free Merino Wool

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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On Sale. Patagonia Beanie Hat FEATURES of the Patagonia Beanie Hat Made of a Warm, Moisture-Wicking Nylon/Wool Blend 2-Layer Construction for Excellent Fit, Durability and Comfort Polyester Knit Band Liner Prevents Itch, Wicks and is Quick-To-Dry Lightweight and Stuffable Fun Patterns SPECIFICATIONS of the Patagonia Beanie Hat Weight: 2.9 oz / 82 g 55% Nylon 45% Chlorine-Free Merino Wool This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

The Beanie Hat's clean lines and adaptable fabric combination make it the perfect companion to warm up on a chilly morning of bouldering or slide under a helmet or hood on the slopes. The lightweight, compressible 2-layer construction features a moisture-wicking blend of 55% polyester and 45% fine-gauge, chlorine-free merino wool we responsibly source from the grasslands of Patagonia. This combo provides all-day, no-itch comfort and warmth. A polyester band inside adds fast wicking and next-to-skin comfort.

- RockCreek

Everyone needs to have that one beanie that they can count on no matter what the conditions are, and Patagonia's Beanie Hat is just that. This beanie is constructed from a soft and warm blend of merino wool and polyester to keep you as warm as can be, but also to eliminate the use of acrylics, which is a real help to our environment. The Beanie Hat also features a ton of different designs to create a mixture of comfort, warmth, and style that is impossible to beat. PRODUCT FEATURES: Fabric: 45% chlorine-free merino wool/55% polyester

- Appalachian Outdoors

Patagonia's Beanie Hat's clean lines and adaptable fabric combination make it the perfect companion to warm up on a chilly morning of bouldering, or slide under a helmet or hood on the slopes.

- CampSaver.com